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Swimming Pool Installation & Maintenance Services In UAE

Displaying 97 companies under Swimming Pool Installation & Maintenance.
Est.
2020
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Emirate
Dubai
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Trade Centre 1
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JVC Business Center, Trade Center 1, Office 1504-42
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+971-4-3395973
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48890
Emirate
Dubai
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Sh Zayed Road
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Sh Zayed Rd, Umm Suqeim Bldg, Nr 3rd Interchange
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+971-4-2958982
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64269
Emirate
Dubai
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Near Clock Tower, Saudi Bldg, Office No. 401
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Call +971-55-2510626

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Email Agrima Est

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+971-2-4452918
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Emirate
Abu Dhabi
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Call +971-6-5320667

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+971-6-5331668
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33867
Emirate
Sharjah
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BMW Road
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BMW Rd, Nr Sedana Signal
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+971-4-2678143
Box No.
48264
Emirate
Dubai
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Ghusais, Damascus St, Opp Al Huraiz Bldg
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+971-4-2978300
Box No.
32124
Emirate
Dubai
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Al Nahda
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Saheel 2 - Al Ittihad Rd - Al Qusais - Al Nahda 1 - Dubai
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Box No.
232796
Emirate
Dubai
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Shop 13, Zaraa center Dubai Plant Market, Warsan3
Call +971-4-3460540

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Email Al Jawaher Swimming Pool Contractors

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+971-4-3460530
Box No.
12377
Emirate
Dubai
Area
Duba
Location
Al Mina Rd, Nr Dubai Real Estate, Satwa
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What maintenance is required for a pool?

Pool maintenance requires regular cleaning and adjustment of the filter. Otherwise, chlorine or other chemicals will be required to keep the pool clean, which can damage delicate equipment and lead to undesirable algae growth. It is also necessary to check the water level periodically and add salt as needed. Finally, it is important to adjust the skimmer heads if they become clogged with debris.

How often should a pool be serviced?

Most pools should be serviced every week, but it is important to check the specific pool equipment and filter system in question to make sure that this is necessary. Some types of filters require more frequent service than others. For example, mechanical filters need to be cleaned on a regular basis while biotic or ultraviolet (UV) filtration systems only need an occasional clean-up.

How do I prepare my pool for installation?

Before you can install your pool, you will need to prepare the ground. This includes removing any existing landscaping and leveling the area so that the pool installation is stable. Next, dig a deep enough hole for the foundation of your pool and set it in place. Make sure to seal up any cracks or gaps around the perimeter of your foundation with caulk or concrete sealant. Finally, pour gravel into your pool's liner before laying down vinyl liners on top.

How often should you put chlorine in the pool?

Chlorine is a vital chemical that helps to keep pools clean and free of bacteria. In order to maintain optimal swimming conditions, it is recommended that you add chlorine at least twice per week. However, check with your pool technician to ensure that the dose being used is appropriate for your pool and situation. Too much chlorine can cause irritation or even eye problems, so be sure to follow the safety guidelines closely.

How long you should leave the chlorine tablet in the pool?

The decision of how long to leave the chlorine tablets in the pool depends on a variety of factors, including water temperature, pH levels, and the type of disinfectant used. Generally speaking, you should leave them in for at least 4 hours (or as specified by your specific disinfectant). However, it is always recommended that you test the water before heading out and make sure that it is safe to swim. If there are any concerns whatsoever, please contact your local pool manager.
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