SWIMMING POOL REPAIRS IN SURREY & HAMPSHIRE
Proper swimming pool maintenance can be a complex challenge to master, each swimming pool is different and presents its own set of challenges depending on its location, build materials and systems. As the leading swimming pool construction company in Surrey and Hampshire, we understand better than anyone else how to best take care of a swimming pool. We’re able to offer a complete swimming pool maintenance package tailored to suit your needs.
Whether you prefer maintaining your swimming pool yourself, or need to call in the experts, Alan Bettin Swimming Pools of Farnham have pool care options to suit everyone. From pool accessories to pool maintenance plans, our team can offer you the professional advice and assistance you need when it comes to taking care of your swimming pool in Surrey and the surrounding areas.
HELPING YOU SWIM SAFELY
The sanitiser and PH levels of your pool are very important, and at Alan Bettin Swimming Pools, you can access all of the equipment you need to test your pool chemical levels. We also offer a wide range of pool water treatment chemicals.
YOU CAN RELY ON US FOR:
- Pool care accessories
- Pool maintenance plans
- Pool cleaning & equipment
- Swimming pool repairs
- Swimming pool servicing
- Leak detection and repairs
POOL CARE AND ACCESSORIES
We’ve got everything you need to take care of your pool. Decades in the industry has given us access to the best pool care products and accessories. We can show you how to properly maintain your pool, then arm you with the tools to maintain it yourself.
POOL MAINTENANCE PLANS
Our swimming pool experts can draw up a bespoke maintenance plan for your swimming pool. We’ll make our recommendations based on decades of industry experience, so you can feel safe in the knowledge that your swimming pool is getting the best care.
POOL CLEANING AND EQUIPMENT
Cleaning a swimming pool is a necessary task, but not one that everyone has time for. Our team can bring professional-grade equipment and skills to you, making short work of what could otherwise be an arduous task.
SWIMMING POOL REPAIRS
If years of use or lack of maintenance has left your swimming pool in disrepair, then our team can come in to recommend what needs to be done to bring it back to its former glory. We’re certified by The Institute of Swimming Pool Engineers, so you can trust our work.
SWIMMING POOL SERVICING
Sometimes a simple service is all a swimming pool needs. We can perform a complete diagnostic of your pool and identify what components are in need of repair. Our team can then action the tasks needed to get your pool in the best condition possible. Also specialising in swimming pool refurbishments, we’ve amassed years of experience in upgrading and refining swimming pools to provide our clients with revitalised pools using the latest high quality swimming pool supplies.
LEAK DETECTION AND REPAIRS
If you suspect that your swimming pool has leaks, then enlist us to find and repair them. We’ve dealt with all types of swimming pool and know exactly where to look when a leak is suspected. Our team can then set to work making the necessary repairs for you.
SWIMMING POOL EXPERTS SINCE 1957
The team at Alan Bettin Swimming Pools brings over 200 years of combined experience. The business was established over 60 years ago by founder Alan Bettin. Alan spent over 30 years managing the business, before handing over the reins to his sons Nick and Paul.
Paul has spent over 40 years in the swimming pool business. He started out learning the nuts and bolts of the industry, constructing swimming pools and understanding how to service and maintain pool systems. Today, he’s the Managing Director of the business and has expanded the business to include a number of experienced construction and maintenance experts.
Calvin Stapley TnISPE and Tom Fotherhingam are two recent recruits who bring with them decades of experience in the construction and leisure industry. Both have studied with The Institute of Swimming Pool Engineers. Calvin has over 20 years of project management experience, whilst Tom brings his wealth of knowledge from the leisure industry.
We believe the key to our success in the industry is the investment that we place in our engineers. Each member of our team is given in-depth training in the field and are kept up to date with latest innovations in the industry. Many of our engineers have trained and registered with the Institute of Swimming Pool Engineers or the Federation of Master Builders and we ensure that our team is kept safe with regular First Aid and Health & Safety training.
DISCUSS YOUR POOL WITH OUR TEAM
If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to pool care, then speak to our experts. We have years of industry-specific experience, enabling us to offer sound expert advice on the best way to care for your pool.
For more information, contact our team in Farnham, Surrey – we’re more than happy to help.
WHAT AREAS IN SURREY DO YOU COVER?
We cover all the major settlements in Surrey such as Woking, Guildford, Walton-on-Thames, Ewell, Esher, Camberley, Redhill, Leatherhead, Epsom, Weybridge, Ashford, Egham, Staines, Farnham, Horley, Godalming, Reigate, Caterham, Frimley, Cobham, Dorking, Addlestone, Ashtead, Chertsey, Oxted, Haslemere, Banstead, Cranleigh, Warlingham, Lightwater, Hindhead, Witley, Virginia Water, East Horsley, Bagshot, West Clandon, Send, Whitebushes.
WHAT AREAS IN HAMPSHIRE DO YOU COVER?
We cover all the major settlements in Hampshire such as Southampton, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Eastleigh, Gosport, Farnborough, Andover, Aldershot, Horndean, Winchester, Havant, Locks Heath, Warsash, Whiteley, Fareham, Fleet, Totton, Hedge End, Stubbington, Hythe, New Milton, Emsworth, Alton, Romsey, Bordon, Tadley, South Hayling, Lymington, Petersfield, Yateley, Ringwood, Blackfield, Hook, Blackwater, Bursledon, North Baddesley, Liphook, Netley, Bishop’s Waltham, Liss, Marchwood, Denmead, Fordingbridge, New Alresford, Oakley, Headley Down, Kings Worthy, Four Marks, Hamble-le-Rice, Whitchurch.
How do you restore a pool?
- Restore a swimming pool in six stages:
- Remove as much debris as possible using a net.
- Drain the pool completely.
- Inspect and clean your filter system.
- Scrub your pool thoroughly to remove grime and algae
- Inspect pool for cracks, leaks or damage.
- Make any repairs needed then fill up and enjoy.
How do you maintain a swimming pool?
Maintain a pool by paying close attention to the pool water, the pool’s interior wall (or liner), the filtration system, and the skimmer and returns system. By monitoring your swimming pool’s circulation, employing a cleaning schedule and understanding the chemistry of your water, you can maintain your pool for safe use.
Is it difficult to maintain a swimming pool?
Maintaining a swimming pool can seem difficult, but by understanding the core concepts that contribute to a properly functioning, clean pool you can better form the habits to do so with ease.
How often do you need to clean a swimming pool?
You should have your pool cleaned and decontaminated at least once a week during summer when it is in frequent use. Maintaining the cleanliness of your pool is just one aspect of swimming pool care.
What chemicals are needed to maintain a pool?
The chemical needed to maintain a swimming pool are:
- Alkalinity increaser
- Calcium hardness granules
- Alkanity decreaser
- Chlorine pool shock
- Cyanuric Acid
- Stain and scale remover
How often should you put chlorine in your pool?
Put chlorine in your pool as often as is necessary to keep the chorine value at 1 and 1.5 ppm. You should check the chlorine level of your pool at least twice a week during the swimming season to ensure that you stay within these levels.
What happens when you put too much chlorine in a pool?
Putting too much chlorine in a pool can make the water unsafe to swim in, as exposure to the chemical can cause skin and eye damage, and also provoke lung irritation and asthma. Chlorine also increases the acidity in your pool, which can lead to corrosion of pool walls.
Does too much chlorine make your pool cloudy?
Using too much chlorine in your pool can lead to the water becoming cloudy. Pool water can also become cloudy if pH levels or alkalinity levels are too high, or if there’s too much calcium hardness in the water.
What happens if you swim in a shocked pool?
Swimming in a shocked pool puts you at risk of skin or eye irritation at the very least. At the worse, the high exposure to chlorine could lead to lung irritations or an asthma attack to those vulnerable.