Spring is here and it is the time to get your swimming season back in full swing. Once (or even before) your pool is opened, it should be checked over for any off-season damage that may have occurred. Leaks are common in the Springtime. Leaking pools can waste a tremendous amount of water and should be repaired as soon as possible. To test for leakage, mark your pools’ water level (accuracy is a must), we use a piece of tape so the bottom of it just touches the water (any auto fill device must be off). Check it again in 24 hours. If the level has dropped more than 1/4 of an inch (with the heating system off) then you may have problems and should contact us for more information.
Dear Lenny and Rick, Thank you for your wonderful service this year. Luis kept my pool in wonderful condition all summer and Ivan and Kevin just finished closing the pool. They were very professional and did their job quickly with proficiency and great care. Ivan was very observant and corrected a problem with the anchors that I was unaware of by simply and efficiently drilling two missing holes. I could not have found more professional and proficient service then you provided. I look forward to May and the opening of my pool in the same manner in which you have provided so well.
“Rick Pinto Swimming Pools did an outstanding job with the construction of our swimming pool. From design through execution, Rick and his team were professional, focused on the task at hand, and incredibly pleasant to deal with. Those traits, by the way, are also exemplified in the group that services the pool on an ongoing basis. In addition, when we discovered a major error on the part of the general contractor on our project, Rick and his team figured out a way to solve the problem, efficiently and effectively. We heartily endorse the services of Rick Pinto Swimming Pools.”
We provide pool maintenance and construction services to Fairfield County and Westchester County.
- Monday-Friday: 8am to 430pm
- Saturday-Sunday: Closed