This is perfect!
Our bump does not work. We just need a call, Jim's pool do all the work, change the new bump, we dont need to anything, just pay the money after he finished and the price not much difference to the retail. Good sevice, good job.
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Excellet! Highly recommend
Theron (from Jim's Pools) was very knowledgeable. I had just bought a house with a green pool and old looking pump and system. Theron had the pool sparking in no time and talked me through what, if anything needed attention in the system (ended up being nothing, much to my surprise).
paid $112 for them to get my pool right two weeks later turned green again what a joke
Paid top dollar for very poor service after calling them to fix it was told to take a sample of water to a pool shop that tells me that they dont know what they are doing
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Questions & Answers
do I still need to check the chlorine & P.H. level myself? or is it enough to leave it to our pool man to check monthly?
If you have a regular service, there wouldn't usually be a need to check the chemistry yourself. The exception would be if there were specific reasons to check, like heavy rainfall, especially if there was run-off from the garden. For your info, there are several other tests that should be carried out during a routine service in addition to chlorine and pH. The basic test should include Chlorine, pH, CNA (or Stabiliser), Total Alkalinity. Additional tests could include Calcium, Copper, Phosphates, as well as salt levels and TDS (Total Dissolved Solids).
Hope this as been helpful.
John - Jim's Pool Care
Thanks, appreciate your reply ! Regards, Gabi
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