Weekly Guide to Pool Maintenance

The swimming season will have clean, safe water thanks to meticulous pool maintenance. The crucial actions to incorporate into your weekly pool care schedule are listed below. There are three primary duties involved in keeping the pool surfaces clean:

  1. Remove the rubbish and the leaves.
  2. Clear pool wall sediment with a brush.
  3. Pool vacuumed.

You have two options for vacuuming: manual or automatic. Automatic pool cleaners/vacuums come in robotic, pressure, and suction. See more below about this.

Water purity and balance maintenance come next on the maintenance list. You can typically maintain healthy pool water by managing the three essential aspects of water care—circulation, cleanliness, and chemistry.

CIRCULATION: Water in motion is clean and clear. To maximise circulation, run your pump and filter each day.

CLEANING: Refer to the three (3) tasks listed above.

CHEMISTRY: Your pool’s health and safety depend on the balance of chemicals in the water. Fundamentals of the chemistry of pool water include:

pH LEVELS: Indicate how basic or acidic your pool water is; low pH values indicate acidity, while high pH values indicate basicity. Your pool should be between a pH of 7.4 and 7.6.

ALKALINITY: Acts as a pH buffer and mitigates the effects of excessive acidity or basicity variations. A range of 100 to 150 parts per million is appropriate (ppm).

SANITISER LEVELS: The amount of chlorine, bromine, and other sanitisers in your pool’s water. Depending on the sanitiser type being used, different levels are considered optimum.


Robotic cleaners use less energy and operate independently of the filtration system in your pool.
Suction cleaners connect to a specific suction port or skimmer using the water flow from your filtration system. They are the least expensive choice.