[ Introduction ]
[ Pool Inspection for the Home buyer ]
[ Pool Inspection FAQ ] [ Winter Inspection Information ]
[ Selling Your Home With A Pool ] [ Pricing & Sign-up Form ]
[
Safety ] [ Diving Do's & Don'ts ] [ Emergency Help ]
[ Pool Covers ] [ Maintenance ] [ Beppu Mineral Salts ]
[ A Commentary by Stephen Toff ] [ Contact Us ]

Toff's Pool Inspection


Pool Maintenance Tips



EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE EXPERIENCE MAKES


Protecting your Investment



Enjoyable swimming depends on knowing that
your pool is well maintained and that the
water is fresh and clean. Here at Toff's
Pool Inspection
, we have put together some
information to help you get the years of
enjoyment you expect from your pool investment.
It includes information on necessary support
equipment, optional and helpful accessories
and ways to chemically and efficiently care
for your pool. Understanding how to keep the
water free from harmful bacteria and algae and
basic steps of other operations will aid you in
understanding your pools maintenance.

The support equipment circulates, filters and
heats the water in your pool. It also helps to
evenly add and distribute the chemicals you add
to control clarity, sanitation and balance.

Click on the links below for in depth information.

The Pump

The Filter

The Heater

The Surface Skimmer

By adding a sanitizer to your pool water,
you can protect yourself against germs and algae
that might form on the pool's surface or in the
water and also keep it sparkling clean.

The Test Kit

Balancing pH in Pool Water

The Right Chemicals

Automatic controls added to your pool system can
turn the support system on and off, backwash to
clean the filter and maintain the sanitizer level.
Devices on the market can measure increasing
water pressure, a sign of a clogged or dirty filter,
and activate valves to backwash the filtration
system. There are automatic timers (24-hour time
clocks) and dispensers to automatically feed chemicals
into the water and automatic pool cleaners. There are
also various types of pool cleaners: vacuum systems
for the floor of the pool, units that clean the
surface and cleaning systems that use underwater
hoses to direct objects toward the main drain.
Some units are removed for swimming while others
can remain in the water at all times.


Saving Energy

Timers for Heaters

Solar Heating

Be sure to contact Toff's Pool Inspections
for complete and thorough information for all of
your pool, spa and hot tub needs!


Serving all of the State of New Jersey,
Southern NY and Eastern Pa.

Please call us at
732-297-1362
for more information

Or email us at
inspection@poolsrv.com

[ Introduction ]
[ Pool Inspection for the Home buyer ]
[ Pool Inspection FAQ ] [ Winter Inspection Information ]
[ Selling Your Home With A Pool ] [ Pricing & Sign-up Form ]
[
Safety ] [ Diving Do's & Don'ts ] [ Emergency Help ]
[ Pool Covers ] [ Maintenance ] [ Beppu Mineral Salts ]
[ A Commentary by Stephen Toff ] [ Contact Us ]




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