Cape Town Swimming Pool Services Companies – #1 List of Professional Swimming Pool Services Companies in Cape Town

Swimming Pool Services Companies in Cape Town



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Bluewater has over 35 years experience with pools, from making pools, selling pools, fixing and repairing anything that can wrong with a pool. �We know pools inside out, we know what matters and we take pride in getting the job done right.

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Pool maintenance service includes water quality control, pool vacuum, brushing & cleaning as well as keeping an eye on all of your equipment.


Structural pool repairs, leak detection and repair, pool renovations, fault finding, pumps, filtration, salt water chlorinators, pool heating, heat pumps or solar heating, ultra violet sterilizers, UV lights, bio filters.

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Proudly servicing and renovating pools in Cape Town since 1994 and still servicing many of our original customers! Every facet of pool service all year round from renovations of existing pools to one-off and monthly pool service!

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Swimming pool service

The basic components in every pool are the pool pump, filter and multi valve.

Problems often arise with the multi valve leaking, and these leaks are due to the spider rubber seal inside the valve. Most hardware stores will sell this seal and it is quite easy to replace.

Swimming pool filter sand usually requires changing every 5 years.

Pool pumps circulate water to prevent algae growth, debris build-up and pH changes. As a general rule of thumb, your pool pump should circulate your pools' total water twice a day.

New generation pumps are lower power rated and can be run around the clock. Most pools have pumps with 0.75-2.00 kWh pumps. Newer pumps are rated at 0.10 to 0.28 kWh. Running these pumps will save a significant amount on your electricity bill.

Pool service companies will generally take care of all the maintenance needs of your pool, allowing you to enjoy a crystal clear pool.