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FAQ

At Arizona Home and Pool Services, we seek to provide our online visitors with the most useful and accurate information regarding their pool care needs. This section outlines the most frequently asked questions.

Should you have any additional questions don’t hesitate to give us a call (623) 738-0300 or contact us here.

Does Arizona Home and Pool services provide landscape services?

We specialize in both residential and commercial pool service in Scottsdale and other Phoenix areas. We do have pool customers that also have landscape services as a convenience.

What swimming pool services does Arizona Home and Pool provide?

Arizona Home and Pool also provides swimming pool maintenance and repair services to residential and commercial customers. We offer weekly swimming pool cleaning, equipment inspections, equipment repair and replacement, filter cleaning, tile cleaning, pool draining and cleaning, pebble surface repair, … Continue reading

How do I know I can trust Arizona Home and Pool Services?

Arizona Pool and Landscape Services is a local owned pool repair and maintenance company. The owner manages the business and has qualified pool technicians in the field. Because each pool is different we will provide different types of services, different … Continue reading

Why we are better than other pool cleaning companies?

Many swimming pool companies provide a very good service. Arizona Home and Pool Services is committed to quality repair services and swimming pool maintenance. From weekly pool cleaning, to one time pool service, we offer the services and pricing that meet … Continue reading

How soon can I swim after my pool gets chemicals added?

Arizona Home and Pool Services uses brand name and high quality products making your pool safe for you and your family.  Nevertheless, we recommend you wait about one hour before swimming in you new clean and clear pool. For more questions and advice … Continue reading

What chemical tests are conducted regularly in my pool?

Arizona Home and Pool services tests Chlorine, PH, Alkalinity and Calcium hardness in your pool at every visit  We recommend to keep the chemicals levels in the following range: Chlorine 1.0-2.0ppm, PH  7.2-7.8, Alkalinity 80-120ppm and Calcium hardness 180-220ppm.  We monitor … Continue reading

What is PH?

pH is a measurement that indicates how acidic or basic the water from your pool is. pH balance in swimming pools is one of the most critical element of pool water maintenance. The ideal range for pH in swimming pool … Continue reading

What services are performed at each service visit?

Arizona Home and Pool Services offers one time, weekly, biweekly swimming pool cleaning and services. Your pool service technician will visit on the same day and approximate time to clean and service your swimming pool and spa. Your pool and … Continue reading

How often should I maintain my pool?

Having a pool is not all about having fun. Following a regular maintenance program not only helps to prevent problems but also keeps the water sparkling clean, clear and inviting. Arizona Home and Pool Services is here to clean your … Continue reading

Does Arizona Home and Pool Services use eco-friendly products?

Arizona Home and Pool Services cares about providing a consistent, thorough pool cleaning service. Pool water needs to have certain chemical levels in order for the water to be disinfected and remain ideal for swimming. Chlorine and other chemicals, when … Continue reading

How can Arizona Home and Pool Services help me?

Arizona Home and Pool Services believes that nothing is as important as our customers’ satisfaction, thus we are providing information about pool care needs. We want to educate you as much as we can so that you feel comfortable around … Continue reading

What should I do to get my pool ready for the summer swim season?

Over the years, the number of people who own a pool in Arizona has grown significantly. People have recognized that owning a pool is a source of leisure and great fun. It is important to note, however, that pools require … Continue reading