Keeping your filter running properly is one of the best ways to maintain a clean and healthy swimming pool. When it’s working properly, a pool filter is able to remove organic wastes and contaminants, as well as dirt, debris, and algae. This not only keeps your water crystal clear and inviting for swimmers, but will also help to prevent bacteria and other harmful substances from building up in your pool. Pool filters come in all shapes and sizes, but the most common are Diatomaceous Earth (D.E.), and cartridge filters. Regardless of the type of filter you have, it will need to be routinely cleaned and thoroughly inspected to ensure that it is working correctly.
To help you keep your filter and your pool clean, Pool Keepers offers a complete Filter Clean and Inspection service for any kind of filter. For each Filter Clean and Inspection, a trained Pool Keepers technician will clean and inspect your filter grids or cartridge elements, washing off all the dirt and debris that could be clogging your filter. After cleaning the grids, your Pool Keepers technician will reassemble the filter and inspect each part, making sure that everything is working properly and efficiently. To maintain a healthy filter and a clean pool, filter cleaning should be done about every 6 months.