Weekly pool maintenance might cost anywhere from $100 to $150 depending on the amount of work that needs to be done each week. That weekly cost includes regular chemical balancing and cleaning.

Hiring a professional pool service is recommended so that you can monitor your water’s pH levels at all times and discover any faulty equipment early.

In this article,  reviews some broad estimates for what a weekly pool service will cost you.

Factors That Influence Weekly Pool Service Costs

Pool Size

A majority of professional pool cleaning companies charge by the hour, so the longer someone takes to clean your pool, the more you’ll have to spend. As a result, cleaning and maintaining a larger pool that requires more work will cost more than a smaller pool.

The average cost of swimming pool maintenance in the United States is $75-100 per hour, depending on where you live and how thoroughly the pool needs to be cleaned.

Take note that cleaning an average above-ground pool takes approximately half an hour to an hour, an in-ground pool of 10 feet by 20 feet takes around an hour and a half to two hours, and a huge 20-foot by 40-foot in-ground pool can take up to three hours.

Chemical Balance

Maintaining the ideal pH level in your pool is one of the most time and money-consuming pool care tasks.

testing water's ph level

Maintaining crystal clear water in a pool might be challenging for first-time pool owners. Pools can turn green in hours due to the intense heat. So, checking your water and maintaining the right chemical balance is almost a daily chore.

The chemical balance of your pool can be affected by pool usage, water quality in your city, and even the weather. A chemical’s price varies depending on where you purchase it.

For example, Amazon charges around $25 for a five-pound bottle of three-inch chlorinating pills used as a pool sanitizer. One tablet can treat 10,000 gallons of water for at least one week.

Extra Services

Maintenance of a swimming pool involves more than just cleaning. Your pool service company may be required to perform additional work, either for the pool or the surrounding environment.

Treatments include a chlorine shock (a chemical process that deep cleans pool water), clarifiers, phosphate removers, algaecide, and backwashing the filtration system are also normally additional which costs $25-$50 per session.

Hire Trusted Pool Experts in Las Vegas

How much you’ll pay for the services of a pool pro depends on how much you have them do and how often you have them come. Basic plans primarily cover cleaning and maintaining the pH balance of your pool on a weekly basis. But hiring a professional company to keep your pool well-maintained is well worth the convenience.

Clark County Pool & Lawn offers high-quality pool repair and maintenance services at a competitive price to keep your pool in proper working condition. Trust us to ensure that your pool is ready and safe for use.

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