We offer the best swimming pool cleaning services in Nairobi & Kenya, dredging, disinfection and maintenance services in Nairobi, Nakuru, Thika, Eldoret, Mombasa, Kisumu and the rest of Kenya. Call Bestcare Cleaners to get an estimated quote for the best swimming pool cleaning services in Kenya
Our weekly pool service options offer the best services for those who constantly swim and want their pools to be as pristine as possible. From balancing your pool’s pH to checking your Jacuzzi for bad motors, we do it all! We want to make sure that your pool and spa are working just the way you need for the perfect, relaxing experience.
With our weekly services, you’ll receive:
Did you come back home to find that your pool has turned into a swamp? Do you run a real estate agency or property management company and need fast filter cleaning services? pH Balanced is here to help with your filter problems and get your pool looking good as new.
Swamp pools typically have problems with algae and other organic matter wreaking havoc on your pool’s balance. It can also be blocked or infested with insects and animal nests. Our pool filter cleaning services can help you by diagnosing your pool’s condition and providing you with the best cleaning package to get your pool back to its bluest waters.
Do you have a swimming pool on your property and need cleaning, maintenance, treatment and disinfection services for it ? Good swimming pool care is essential to ensure that it does not turn out to be a breeding place for mosquitos and other insects. That is where our Swimming Pool Cleaning and Maintenance services in Nairobi Kenya come in to provide you more than prolonged fun of relaxing on the sun.
We help you to maintain the outer and inner parts of the swimming pool to ensure that you have the maximum utility. Our experience in swimming pool cleaning and maintenance services will help you save time and money. We work to ensure that our clients get the best value for their money.
At Bestcare Cleaners understand the importance of a balanced pool; the things to consider testing water fill. Different types of pools require different pre-opening measures. Our knowledge in pools is our confidence to serve you. In our service, we help you protect your pool in all season.
1. Have You Checked The Water?
Water should be tested regularly, preferably two or three times a week, whether the pH is in balance, whether the chlorine in the pool is in good proportion. Have a good water connection to the pool from an experienced plumbing company. The pH should be just above the neutral value, between 7.2 and 7.6.
2. Have You Balanced The Degree Of Chemicals?
You tried things out and saw that some chemistry needed to be added. Did you do that? The most common bad thing that owners do is to delay things and not adjust the chemical balance of the water. The outcome can be a major problem to clean later.
3. Have You Shocked The Pool Lately?
Even if you regularly adjust the chemical balance of the water in the pool, it is advisable to shock your pool with chlorine shock from time to time. You need to follow the shocking instructions as they are different from the regular use of chlorine. What we are trying to do with the shock chlorine is to remove the organic compounds that have evolved in the pools.
4. Have You Checked The Pump?
First, make sure the pump is running. If the pump pressure reaches 8-10 psi above normal (1-1.5 bar), we perform a Backwash system. It usually takes about 3 minutes to complete the process, so soon we have a clean filter which means that the pump will not overload during operation.
5. Have You Cleaned Or Replaced Your Filter Recently?
The filter should be cleaned every 4 to 6 months. Clean the debris from the filter, rinse the filter, let it dry, return it – and that’s it.
You can also use a cleaning kit to clean the pool. You should have a brush with which you can remove the most stubborn dirt. With the right cleaner you can destroy even the most resistant bacteria, and with accessories – you can retrieve what you couldn’t previously clean. Likewise, there is a wide range of products and mixtures for descaling and organic impurities, located at the edges of the pool and accumulating during the bathing season.