Teddy Bear Pools’ Service Department
Handles openings and closings for in ground and above ground pools, residential and commercial. Teddy Bear Pools’ Service Department also installs and repairs filters, pumps, chlorinators, heaters, automatic vacuums, ionizers, ozonators and solar cover reels. In addition, the Service Department takes care of general repairs for in ground pools, including, but not limited to, leak detecting, pressure testing plumbing, replacement of skimmers, diving boards & underwater lights, installation of drop-in steps & solar covers, and filter cleanings.
Teddy Bear Pools’ Service Department offers custom measured safety covers with professional installation. Our team has years of experience repairing underground plumbing leaks, upgrading existing plumbing, and relocating filtration systems. The service department has even installed and repaired filter and heating systems on everything from Baptismals and Mikvahs to lobster tanks!
To find out more about what we can do for you, please fill out our contact form, or call us at 413-594-2666 ext.123 or ext.140
To view the owner’s responsibilities:
detailing the pool OPENING click here
detailing the pool CLOSING click here
No one likes the chore of pool service, but regular care keeps the water clean and balanced, and your equipment functioning properly. The good news is that pool maintenance is easier than ever, and should take no longer than a few minutes a week.
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Testing The Water
Pool water should be tested 2 times a week to ensure a clean swim environment and a long life for your pool.
Pool Water Level
The level of your swimming pool water can be the difference between fun in the sun and a pool area disaster.
Proper filter maintenance will allow you to enjoy your backyard paradise for many years.
Vacuum your pool
Most pool owners opt for an automatic swimming pool cleaner, but some also choose to perform this task manually with basic cleaning equipment.
Check your Equipment
You can safeguard your swimming pool area with a regular inspection of the equipment pad. Several elements come together at your equipment including water, gas, electricity, and chemicals.
And as always if you need help the Teddy Bear Pools & Spas Service Department is here to help.