With an average of 40,000 pools on residential properties, and high demand for them in summer, it’s clear that swimming pools add to property value. But what does it cost to build and maintain one? And how much is it to have a pool serviced by professionals?

The good news is that it’s possible to save money by doing some of the work yourself, but it’s also worth considering getting a professional pool technician to look after your pool for you. If you want your pool to be sparkling clean all year round, then regular pool cleaning and servicing is essential. Whether you have a residential pool, or commercial pool, Pool Servicing Auckland can keep your water crystal clear and sanitised.

A swimming pool is a great investment in your family’s health and wellbeing. But a poorly maintained swimming pool can be dangerous, with many pools showing higher than safe levels of bacteria.

If you want to swim in a safe, clean pool, then you need a qualified swimming pool technician to carry out regular maintenance on your pool. A pool technician will test the water to ensure that it meets all the health requirements for swimming, and check the condition of your pool equipment. They’ll also empty and backwash your filter, and give your pool a deep chemical clean.

Premier Pool Care is a family owned and operated swimming pool company providing a comprehensive pool and spa valet service to residential customers in Remuera, Auckland city and Epsom. Their friendly team is experienced in maintaining all types of swimming pools and spas, including commercial swimming pools and public pools. Their services include a free pool maintenance quote, and a free, fast-acting 24/7 emergency call out.

In addition to testing and cleaning your pool, a technician can also repair and replace any equipment such as pumps, filters, and heaters. They can also advise you on the best energy-saving techniques to lower your electricity costs.

Regardless of your pool type or size, it’s important to maintain the correct chemistry balance in order to keep the water safe for swimming and to prolong the life of your pool equipment. A full computerised water test, as carried out at your local Poolwerx store, is the best way to ensure that you get the right chemicals for your pool.

A new pool will require a fencing system to comply with regulations, and prices for fencing vary depending on the material used. For example, treated timber fences can cost $200-$350 per linear metre, while aluminium ones are around $275-$600. In addition to this, landscaping is another important cost to consider, and can add up to $10,000 to the total installation cost.