Pool Maintenance

A routine maintenance visit may include such services as:

  • Emptying skimmer baskets and pool cleaner
  • Brushing and/or vacuuming walls, bottom, and steps
  • Skimming surface debris
  • Water testing and chemical balancing, and
  • Periodically emptying filter baskets, backwashing, and cleaning filters as applicable

One Time Cleanings

Look no further for one-time cleanings! Whether your pool has gotten a bit out of hand and you need some extra help, or you simply want to start the season off right, we can help. Our services are flexible and can be fully personalized to meet your unique needs. We even offer “Pool School” to train you to capably maintain your pool yourself! Need heavy-duty clean-up after extreme weather or a natural disaster? We can do that too! Just call for our reasonable rates.

Equipment Repairs & Upgrades

Are your utility bills getting sky-high? Have you noticed water around pool equipment, loss of suction from skimmers, or pumps losing prime? Perhaps your equipment just doesn’t seem to be doing an adequate job of keeping your pool and spa clean. These and other symptoms can be indicators of broken or outdated pool equipment. As a Pentair warranty station, Carolina Family Pool & Patio is fully trained to inspect, diagnose, repair, and replace all Pentair pool equipment. If you suspect your equipment is in need of repairs or upgrades, call us today!

Pool Inspections

A swimming pool is a great investment for your home. There is a sense of confidence in the quality of the pool if you hired the contractor, selected the materials and design, and were actively involved throughout the project. But what if you are purchasing a home with an existing pool? How would you know if it is working as intended? Are there any repairs needed? Carolina Family Pool & Patio offers residential pool inspection services to put your mind at ease.

We perform a visual and operational inspection of the pool and equipment. After our inspection is completed, we provide a report with repair recommendations and referrals to capable companies.

An average inspection takes about an hour and the fee is due upon completion and submission of the final report.

We do not make any repairs nor do we perform any pressure testing of plumbing lines as part of an inspection. If there is a reason to suspect underground lines are leaking, we will make the recommendation to perform any necessary pressure testing.