Top Quality Weekly Pool Service in Dallas

High Quality Pool Service in Dallas

Weber Pools is a certified pool operator and holds all required licenses. We work with HOA boards, property managers, city inspectors, and individual homeowners on a daily basis. Because we have such a broad base of experience and have affiliated relationships around the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, we can do just about everything to keep your pool safe, clean and ready for fun. We also believe in hiring top of the line pool technicians to provide you with a variety of services that will make sure your swimming pool is operating at all times. Whether this is weekly service, maintenance, repair work, pool water recycling or something else, we would love to talk to you about your pool needs, offer you real solutions to meet those needs, while also saving you money. As pools become more advanced and technology-driven, we believe we are a cut above most pool companies, because we stay informed and educated about our industry. This is an important part of the Weber Pools difference.

The goal of this blog post is to let you know we are committed to you, our client and whom we consider being family. We want to earn your trust with all your backyard needs. This includes weekly pool service and maintenance for both residential and commercial pools, hot tub sales and service, new pool construction, pool upgrades, puripool, and inline RO filtration.

What truly sets us apart from other companies is the ability to provide you with excellent water quality. We do this with a revolutionary service that is more convenient, less wasteful, and puts cleaner, safer recycled pool water in your pool without exposing your plaster or pool shell to air. The Puripool Process pulls water from your pool and uses Reverse Osmosis (RO), ultraviolet light and ozone to scrub your water clean and returns pure bottled quality water to your pool. Our Puripool Process removes chemicals and impurities like cyanuric acid, phosphates, TDS, viruses, bacteria, allergens, calcium and other hard water minerals without the use of harsh chemicals that could be dangerous to pets and children and hard on pool components. Our process is so safe, that you can swim while we purify your water and it saves about 85% of the existing water in your pool.

Weber Pools Cleaning Service has many years of experience in servicing pools in and around the Greater Dallas/Fort Worth area. Give us a call today at 817-481-7665 to schedule your pool evaluation to determine the right, most affordable maintenance program for you.

Thankful For All Our Swimming Pool Trusted Customers

Residential Commercial Pool Service Dallas

Quality Pool Service in Dallas, Texas!

Did you know, Weber Pools has been operating in the DFW area and offering excellent pool service in Dallas TX for over 15 years? Our experienced staff has over 75 years of combined experience in delivering quality innovative services for our customers. We are a family-owned and operated member of the Performance Pool Group, a group of sister companies that allows us to take care of your pool needs from A-Z.

This is what Weber Pools prides itself on. Being there for all of your swimming pool needs. With this type of experience, we have been able to help both residential and commercial swimming pool owners with all of their weekly service and maintenance needs. During this time we have also been able to build a variety of swimming pools along with offering a revolutionary Puripool Process the prevents residential and commercial swimming pool owners from needing to drain their swimming pools. During the last 5 years of us offering this service, we were able to conserve millions of gallons of water and support commercial swimming pools by keeping their water chemistry in compliance.

Just this past year we also started offering Inline Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Fill Line Filtration services as well. 

Our staff has an abundance of knowledge, and most of our staff have been with us for ten years or longer. A lot of pool companies have a revolving door of employees and have no experience base. We, however, train our technicians well and pay our technicians at the top of the industry scale, which in turn provides our customers with superior service. If you give us a try, you will notice the Weber difference.

Unlike other companies that just build something and leave, we want you to be a customer for life. The next time you have a backyard or pool need give us a try and experience the difference we offer for quality and reliable Dallas pool service. There are no jobs too big or too small. Give Weber Pools a call at 817-481-7665.

So, from our family to yours we just wanted you to know how thankful we are that you are a part of our team and put your trust in us. If there is anything we can do for you, your family, or friends with, please let us know!

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Importance of Testing For Calcium Hardness

Calcium Hardness Test Kits

As a residential and commercial swimming pool owner in the Dallas area, have you ever heard the term hard water before? Do you know what it means and how it affects your swimming pool’s interior finish? Have you taken the time to learn how it will affect your plumbing, tile, and water features? If you haven’t, you really should because in the Dallas Ft. Worth area, our water is extremely hard! Basically, it means it’s loaded with calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals that can cause major damage to your swimming pool and filtration equipment!

Maintaining the proper Calcium Hardness (CH) level in your pool is essential to you maintaining excellent water quality and reducing the chances of your water corroding the plumbing in your pool or causing the scale to build up on the surface of your pool. In Dallas, we deal with the later and this is what we will focus on discussing in this blog post!

What is Calcium Hardness?

Calcium Hardness (CH) is the measure of how hard or soft your pool water is, and how much calcium is dissolved in your pool water. Ideally, you should strive to have your CH levels between 200 – 400 parts per million (ppm) which is tough to achieve in our area. If you climb above 400ppm which is extremely common, your water will become too hard which could lead to problems down the road like scaling of your water tile line, interior finish, filtration equipment, salt chlorinators, and decorative water features.

What Happens If Your Water Is Too Hard?

If your water has become too hard, it can result in cloudy pool water and ultimately the harder it gets, the more scaling will occur which can be extremely difficult to look at! Not to mention, extremely expensive to remove!

How Often Should You Test Your Pool Water For Calcium Hardness?

Honestly, this test doesn’t need to occur nearly as much as checking for chlorine, pH, and Total Alkalinity but since we live in an area with high levels of calcium in the water we do recommend checking it at least once every couple of months especially during the summer time.

How Do You Lower Levels of Calcium Hardness?

When it comes to hard water in your swimming pool you have two options. You can either drain your pool and refill it but keep in mind our water is already hard (around 400ppm) or you can choose to recycle it using our Puirpool Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration which will leave you with much better water than tap and with water that will not only look better but feel better too.

At Weber Pools, we recommend purchasing a good Taylor Technologies drop test for the most accurate results. This test is much better and far more accurate than using test strips. Trust us when we say you will want to pinpoint the level of Calcium Hardness because keeping it low will definitely prolong the lifespan of your investment. If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact us today!

 

 

Why Recycling Pool Water is The Best Choice

Recycle swimming pool water

Due to extreme use and our hard water in the Dallas area, it poses numerous problems for residential and commercial swimming pools. Calcium Hardness (CH), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), and Cyanuric Acid (stabilizer) will rise quickly and make it challenging to take care of residential and commercial swimming pools. Weber Pools is a Dallas based water purification company that specializes in working with residential and commercial swimming pool properties. We work well with numerous management companies and are also aware of all the current and ever-changing health department swimming pool requirements and processes.

So what happens when calcium levels rise or if TDS levels are above what is normally recommended?  What happens if your CYA levels are high? Typically, commercial swimming pools are larger which makes a drain and refill a several day process, it means downtime for the pool and because of the amount of water, there is always a risk of damaging the interior finish of the swimming pool. That’s why we use the Puripool Process which can help with the following:

  • Water Conservation – Saving a precious, and limited, resource which is water
  • Less Chemical Demand and greater equipment reliability
  • No Down Time – Pool can remain open during treatment which is great for the residents and bathers
  • Interior is not exposed or compromised
  • Soft-water swimming experience
  • Better water quality than a drain and refill

The Puripool Process lowers and removes the following:

  • Calcium Hardness
  • Cyanuric Acid
  • Borates
  • Salt
  • Iron
  • Copper
  • Magnesium
  • Algaecides
  • Sequestering Agents
  • Phosphates
  • Bacteria and Viruses (Waterborne Diseases)
  • Total Dissolved Solids

Just this past week, we have had the opportunity to purify a 22,000-gallon residential swimming pool.  We were able to lower Calcium Hardness, Total Dissolved Solids, Cyanuric Acid, salt and waterborne diseases without draining the swimming pool. By recycling their water, they were left with perfect water chemistry.

Initial Chemistry

Calcium Hardness – 900ppm

Total Dissolved Solids – 4372ppm

Cyanuric Acid – 140ppm

Salt – 3012ppm

After filtering the swimming pool for 32 hours. We were able to lower the above to the following:

Calcium Hardness – 150ppm

Total Dissolved Solids -712ppm

Cyanuric Acid – 0ppm

Salt – 639ppm

To learn more about this process or our refresh service for commercial swimming pools, please contact us today.