Keep Your Concrete Pool in Top Shape With Professional Maintenance

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If you have a concrete pool, it will eventually develop cracks and bulges as it ages. It is important to repair these problems before they worsen.

The good news is that there are a variety of products on the market that can help you get rid of these unsightly blemishes and keep your pool looking great.

Algae Removal

Algae can make your swimming pool a dirty, slippery, and unpleasant place to swim. It can also clog filters, reduce water circulation and lower the effectiveness of your pool chemicals.

There are several methods that can help to prevent and remove algae from your swimming pool or pond. These include limiting the number of nutrients in your water, using proactive prevention solutions, and using products designed to eliminate algae.

Green algae are the most common type of algae that causes problems in a pool. It forms free-floating clouds that can make the water appear murky with a greenish tinge and can stick to the walls, floors, and steps of your pool.

Use a pool brush to vigorously scrub any surfaces in your pool that are covered in green algae. After letting the water circulate for 24 hours, vacuum or backwash to remove any dead algae. Apply a quality algaecide according to the label directions. This will prevent algae from returning.

Leak Detection

A leak detection system is a sophisticated device that can find and stop leaking water and chemicals before they cause serious damage to your home. Whether it’s a small pinhole leak in your kitchen plumbing or a major spill that can flood the entire house, a leak detection system will identify these problems before they become a big, expensive mess.

Leak detection systems are also a great way to avoid costly plumbing repairs and flooding from frozen pipes. They can detect when the temperature of a pipe reaches freezing temperatures, then cut the water connection to keep it from breaking or bursting.

Many leak detection systems offer real-time tracking of water usage, giving you the ability to observe when your household uses the most water. They also let you know which appliances or fixtures are triggering the most water use, making it easier to pinpoint potential leaks before they become a problem.


The concrete used to create a pool may look durable, but it can be prone to damage. Cracks and other structural problems can lead to leaks and other issues that could end up costing you thousands of dollars in repairs.

A good pool company will be able to recommend ways to protect your investment so that you don’t have to worry about these issues in the future. They can also provide repairs for anything that needs to be fixed.

For example, a concrete pool can be refinished with anything from a plaster finish to aggregate materials mixed with cement for a smooth or bumpy surface.

A quality pool should be able to withstand the test of time, and it is a good idea to get yours inspected from time to time. The newest technology can even help you spot trouble areas before they become larger and more expensive to fix. For the best results, schedule an inspection with a professional pool contractor.


If your pool is made of concrete, it will require more regular maintenance than other types of pools. This is because concrete pools have a porous surface that allows algae to call home.

Fiberglass pools, conversely, have a non-porous surface that doesn’t allow algae to hide. This makes fiberglass pool maintenance much easier.

Algae on concrete surfaces are a lot harder to remove because they embed into the surface and require more chemicals to kill. It’s also harder to maintain proper water chemistry on a concrete pool because it’s so porous.

Commercial Restorations can keep your pool deck and surrounding areas looking clean with regular maintenance services. Our team will use professional-grade cleaners and hot water pressure washing equipment to clean your concrete surrounds, pool decks, liners, cages, lanais, decorative tile, walls and pool furniture.