Best 30 Swimming Pool Equipment And Supplies in Hudson, NH with Reviews - YP.com
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06/23/2016
By: Jon H.
Daigle Servicing Co.
Well, I am a little late in leaving this review, but Daigle was right on time. They replaced our vinyl pool liner, skimmer, and some plumbing and coping prep, and they did a fine job. No nonsense pricing, good advice, and an experienced and efficient crew. All were easy to work with, and everything about Daigle's business shows a high ethical standard. They appear to be a young and competitive company that is trying to grow their business based on quality work and good customer service (unlike some of the other 'legacy' companies in the area that quoted higher prices, and had slower response times). I look forward to working with Daigle Pools in the future, and have recommended them to friends and associates.
02/09/2015
By: J D.
Daigle Servicing Co.
I just can't say enough about Don and his Team. We had a new In-ground Pool installed this past fall. It was important we get it in before the winter to let the ground settle for spring. Don told us it would be a 3 week job from start to finish. His Team took just 1 week and 5 days. My pool is amazing. From the initial meeting at my home, to breaking ground, to all the guys building and completing the project. Everything was exactly how Don said it would be. The customer service is amazing. He was available for me on a sunday when I had a few questions. I have used a lot of contractors he was by far the best. I highly, highly recommend Don and Daigle Pools!!!!
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08/12/2014
By: heatherm731
Daigle Servicing Co.
Liner fell down after one season all wrinkled on bottom ..three dives and still can't find a leak.
05/17/2014
By: N R.
Daigle Servicing Co.
Daigle Servicing Company both closed and opened our new pool which they installed, and we are very disappointed with the work. The pool is full of algae and was not given the appropriate amount of chemicals in the fall. Not only did we spend a lot of money on the pool itself but also on the supposed service. The owner of the company quite frankly did not even seem to care about our concerns and suggested nothing to rectify the problem. We do not recommend their services.
Tips & Advices
Essential pool cleaning supplies include a skimmer, pool brushes, a telescopic pool pole, and a vacuum. A water test kit is also essential, as it allows you to gauge the water quality and add solutions/chemicals as needed to balance the water. If you have a saltwater pool, you won’t add compound chlorine, but it will still require chemicals, as well as needing to be super-chlorinated  (aka “shocked”) once a week.
The primary benefits of a saltwater pool are that the water is less harsh/irritating to skin and eyes than a chlorine-treated pool--and free of the chemical chlorine smell. Also, saltwater pools are less expensive upfront at the time of installation. (However, saltwater pools tend to be more expensive to maintain.) Saltwater pool still require regular upkeep--daily skimming, but they require less complex routines in terms of chemical monitoring and balancing. Weekly monitoring is just for three things: free chlorine, cyanuric acid stabilizer, and pH.
An automatic pool cleaner vacuums debris and dirt from the pool and brushes the surfaces clean. The basic models have a suction nozzle and a hose, and connect to the pool’s strainer basket and filter. These are suction-side or pressure-side pool cleaners. Robotic pool cleaners, which are used to clean larger pools, are self-contained and much more expensive. The appeal of all automatic pool cleaners is that they work with little to no human supervision.
Maintaining a residential swimming pool typically costs $150-$250 per month for DIY maintenance/cleaning. The cost of running the filter pump is additional. This increases by around $100-$200 a month for professional cleaning, and $100-200 if you need to keep it heated. If you only use your pool during certain seasons, it costs a few-hundred dollars to “open” it for the swimming season (a heavy clean and professional water balance).
A swimming pool needs to be cleaned once a week. Some people maintain it much more painstakingly--skimming every other day, brushing algae-prone areas twice weekly, and vacuuming more than once weekly. Do not forget to clean the pool pumps thoroughly every couple months.

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