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Frequently Asked Questions



Do You Offer Video Consultations?

We do offer a scheduled video consultation for ease of access and to be mindful in current times. 
Please contact us to set up a free consult!

Which Payment Methods Do You Accept?

We accept cash, checks, Venmo, Zelle, ApplePay, ACH deposits, and credit/debit cards at this time (Fees may apply.)

Do You Charge By the Hour?

For anything outside of the Pool Start-up or monthly service, such as a maintenance item or specific task such as an acid wash, tile cleaning, or other service not included in our monthly service, we typically quote a price in addition to a base hourly rate of $125.00/hour.

Why should I use Nautical 7 Pools?

Our company takes great pride in providing exceptional customer service. We recognize that selecting a service provider can be challenging, and we aim to make the selection process as simple and stress-free as possible. Our team is committed to ensuring that every single customer feels heard and understood, and that their needs are met in a timely and competent manner.
Our technicians are highly skilled professionals with extensive industry experience. They have the knowledge and skills necessary to complete any task, regardless of its size. You can rely on them to provide you with accurate and trustworthy assessments of your needs and to collaborate with you to determine the optimal solution for your circumstance.
We value punctuality in addition to our commitment to customer service and professionalism. We recognize the value of your time and make every effort to arrive on time for appointments and complete work within the agreed-upon timeframe. Additionally, we keep you informed throughout the procedure, so you know what to expect and when.
Choosing our company entails selecting a service provider who places a premium on customer care, professionalism, and punctuality. We are committed to providing the best service possible and ensuring that every customer is satisfied with the work we perform.

Do you guarantee your work?

Our company stands by the caliber of its work. All of our services come with a comprehensive guarantee for this reason.
We promise that all of our work will adhere to the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship. If you are ever dissatisfied with the work we have performed, please contact us and we will make it right.
Our warranty covers any defects in materials or workmanship for a period of time dependent on the service from the date of completion. Within this time frame, we will promptly address and resolve any issues that arise at no additional cost to you.
In addition, we promise to perform our services with the utmost care and attention to detail, leaving your property in better condition than when we arrived.
We acknowledge that selecting a service provider can be difficult, and we strive to make the process as straightforward and stress-free as possible. Our guarantee is our assurance to you that we will provide service and craftsmanship of the highest quality, and that we will stand behind our work.

What are the benefits a Salt Pool?

Saltwater pools and chlorine pools are two distinct types of swimming pools that sanitize their water in different ways.

Traditional chlorine pools use chlorine tablets or liquid to sanitize the water, which can result in a strong chlorine odor and irritate the eyes, skin, and hair. In addition, the chlorine levels in the pool must be routinely monitored and adjusted to maintain the proper balance.

In contrast, saltwater pools use an electrolysis process to convert salt into chlorine. This is accomplished by passing the saltwater through a salt cell, which employs an electrical current to convert the salt into chlorine. This type of pool requires less chlorine to maintain a proper chemical balance, resulting in less chlorine odor and irritation to the eyes, skin, and hair.

Among the advantages of a saltwater pool over a chlorine pool are:

Less chlorine smell
Reduced irritant effects on the eyes, skin, and hair
Reduce chlorine content
Less maintenance
a water with a more natural feel
Notably, a saltwater pool still requires maintenance, and the salt cell must be replaced periodically. In addition, the salt levels in the pool must be monitored and adjusted as necessary.

Why do I have a calcium line in my pool?

As a pool service company, we recognize that calcium lines can be a frustrating issue for pool owners. We wish to reassure you that this is a common problem that can be easily remedied by taking the appropriate measures.

A calcium line in a pool is the result of high calcium concentrations in the water. This can be caused by hard water, high pH levels, or high levels of total dissolved solids (TDS) in the pool water, among others.

To address this issue, we suggest the following measures:

We will regularly test your pool water and adjust the pH levels as necessary to prevent further accumulation.

Total dissolved solids (TDS) levels will be lowered by draining the pool and refilling it with fresh water.

Using the Langlier Saturation Index (LSI): The LSI is a method for measuring the relative calcium carbonate saturation of water. By monitoring the LSI, we can prevent the formation of a calcium line by maintaining the water within the appropriate range to prevent calcium precipitation.

Using a calcium sequestrant, this chemical will be added to your pool water to prevent calcium from forming deposits.

Scrubbing the deposit: We will use a brush with stiff bristles to scrub and remove the deposit.

Following the manufacturer's instructions to the letter, we will use this chemical to dissolve the calcium deposit.

It is essential to remember that preventing a problem is always preferable to attempting to fix it. As part of our services, we will test and balance the water chemistry of the pool, as well as ensure proper filtration and circulation, in order to prevent the future formation of a calcium line. By monitoring the LSI, we can ensure that your pool water has the proper level of saturation to prevent calcium accumulation.

Our team is committed to providing the best service and maintaining the highest level of customer service. You can rely on us to maintain your swimming pool in pristine condition.

In certain instances, a tile cleaning may be required if the calcium line is too severe to correct.

What can I do between Service visits to keep my pool looking clean?

Here are a few things you can do between pool maintenance visits to keep your pool clean:

Use a pool skimmer to remove floating debris from the water's surface, such as leaves, insects, and other debris.

Use a pool brush to remove algae and other deposits from the pool's walls and floor.

Using a pool vacuum, remove dirt and debris from the bottom of the pool.
If you do not own a Vacuum Robot, you are missing out! 10 out of 10 customers find that having one makes their pool cleaner.

Determine the water level: Ensure that your pool's water level is sufficient.

After a heavy rain or windstorm, you should examine your pool for debris and remove it as necessary.
Check your skimmer and pump baskets immediately!

By following these steps, you can keep your pool clean and clear in between service visits. It is essential to keep in mind, however, that regular professional pool service is necessary to ensure that your pool is properly maintained and to prevent problems from arising. If your filter requires cleaning, please contact a pool service professional if you require assistance.

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