Since installing our first inground pool in 1971, Aqua Pleasure Pools has shown our family business has established our reputation among local homeowners for quality workmanship and great customer service. Tell us about the pool you want for enjoyment, exercise and aesthetic value, and we will design and install a pool that meets your expectations, available space and budget.
And for more than 45 years we have saved current pool owners time, money and worries with trusted inground pool renovation and repair in the Winnipeg area. From a complete reconstruction to a new liner, your existing pool can be rehabilitated to its original condition or renovated with a style update and improved technology.
Aqua Pleasure Pools provides free quotes for our inground pool services, and invite you to call us to book an appointment for a design or renovation consultation at your home. We also welcome your inquiries by email.
Total Maintenance for Your Winnipeg Inground Pool
Our technicians also offer total support for your Winnipeg inground pool after installation or renovations. You get to choose your pool service and maintenance schedule, whether on a one-time, seasonal or regular basis. Our pool services include:
Algae are tiny plants that bloom and grow in swimming pools if the nutrients they thrive on are present and the pool owner hasn’t maintained a sufficient level of free chlorine to control their growth. Maintaining proper water quality and frequently brushing your pool walls will deprive algae of the opportunity to get started. Here are descriptions of the three most common algae problems and the techniques our pool maintenance specialists use to prevent algae growth in your swimming pool:
Full Pool Openings
This service includes pumping, cover removal, and pool opening:
Partial Pool Openings
Full Pool Closings
You have the option of having each of the above steps done individually. Note: You must balance your pool first.
FAQ about Shocking and Balancing
The same water will stay in your pool for years if all goes well. That means you need to keep it clean of any contaminants the weather and people bring into your pool using disinfectants and filtration. You also need to maintain your pool water’s pH so that it is neither too acidic and damages your pool liner, nor too hard and clogs the filtration system with mineral scale. Here some common questions about “shocking” your pool water for sanitation and “balancing” it for the proper pH. Have any questions not answered here? Contact Aqua Pleasure Pools for help.
How often should I shock my pool to maintain the right chlorine level?
A pool should be shocked anytime the chlorine level approaches zero.
Why is my pool cloudy?
A pool could be cloudy for a number of reasons:
I have a sand filter. How often do I need to have my sand changed?
Generally, silica sand should be changed every 5 to 7 years.
Should my solar cover be put on the night after a shock?
No. The night you shock a pool the cover should be left off because the high chlorine levels will be damaging to the cover decreasing the life of the blanket and voiding your warranty.
How often do I need to have my water tested?
You should be testing your own pH and chlorine on a daily basis. And you should have your water tested for alkalinity, calcium hardness, and stabilizer once every two weeks.
General maintenance can help you avoid extra pool cleaning and repairs. To help you keep your pool and equipment in clean and efficient working order, Aqua Pleasure Pools recommends some simple actions:
3- Way Ball Valve
Algon Pool Algae Killer
This turns salt into chlorine. To clean the cell:
*Bring in a water sample at least every two weeks or after any heavy rain fall.