Pool Management

  • Interview and hire certified and qualified lifeguard staff. Negotiate salaries, set schedules.
  • Instruct staff in water chemistry, filter operation, daily maintenance, and pool regulations.
  • Pay all staff, payroll expenses, and Worker’s Compensation.
  • Provide complete comprehensive liability insurance.
  • Inspect facility on a routine basis.
  • Provide log books, water test kits, and first aid kits.
  • Arrange and pay for water quality inspections where required.
  • Coordinate ordering, delivery, and payment of chemicals and supplies.
  • Adjusting chemicals, stabilizer, calcium chloride, and sodium bicarbonate.
  • Coordinate ordering, delivery, and payment of bathhouse supplies.

Complete Summerization

  • Empty, clean, and acid wash pools. Remove all debris from premises.
  • Assemble filter system and make minor repairs.
  • Fill pool; prime and start filter system.
  • Inspect, clean and start chlorinator.
  • Sweep and clean decks.
  • Install ladders, railings and diving boards.
  • Clean and disinfect bathhouses.
  • Set up tables, chairs, signs, etc.
  • Administer pool chemicals and balance water chemistry.
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Complete Winterization

    • Drop pool water to winter level.
    • Remove and store ladders, railings, and diving boards.
    • Blow all water out of filtration lines and plug inlets.
    • Disassemble filter and drain water.
    • Diassemble and drain chlorinator.

Additional Services

  • Complete in-house service department.
  • Discounts on pool supplies.
  • Personnel on reserve for emergency situations.
  • Preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Off-season inspections.

Family Entertainment

  • DJs
  • Rock Bands
  • Movie Nights
  • Raft Nights
  • Barbeques