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About Us

At Pool Specialists we strive to provide the best service to our clients. Our commitment to our clients is unparalleled, and it shows in every aspect of our business. We have a dedicated team that work together to ensure your pool is in perfect condition and our quality products set us apart from the rest.

We have repaired, maintained and built numerous pools in Kwa Zulu Natal over the years and pride ourselves on our excellent service. We serve the Zululand and North Coast areas which includes Richards Bay, Meerensee, Empangeni, Mtunzini, Kwambonambi and even as far as Hluhluwe and Pongola.

Give us a call to make your pool part of the Pool Specialists family today.


Call us now and treat your pool the way it deserves!

Pool Services

Swimming Pool Renovations

Marble Plastering & Mosaics

Structural Cracks

Weirs & Inlets

Fibre Lining, Flo Coat

Air Leaks

Tiles Mosaic, Tissues Mosaic, Coping

Epoxy Coating

Water Leaks

We recondition pool pumps

We Sell, Supply, Install & Repair

Weekly & Monthly Pool Maintenance

Once Off Pool Cleaning

Filters & Filter Sand

Automatic Pool Cleaners & Timers

Cleaning Maintenance

Pumps & Motors

All Mechanical Repairs

Green Pool, Black & Green Algae Treatments

Pool Lights

Plumbing, Pipes & Connectors

Swimming Pool Maintenance Tips

  • Vacuum the Pool and Brush Walls and Tile

    Vacuum the Pool and Brush Walls and Tile

    A pool should be vacuumed every week to keep water clear and reduce the amount of chemicals you need to add to it. There are many types of pool vacuums. If you have a manual design, work it back and forth all over the surface of the pool like you would if vacuuming carpet. It's good form to slightly overlap each stroke. Check the filter each time you vacuum, and clean it if necessary. But vacuuming isn't the only maintenance that should be done once a week. Brushing the walls and tile helps minimize algae buildup and calcium deposits so they don't fester and become larger problems. The material your pool walls are made of dictates what kind of cleaning tools you should use. Select a stiff brush for plaster-lined concrete pools and a softer brush for vinyl or fiberglass walls. For tiles, use a soft brush to prevent scratching or degradation of grout. A pumice stone, putty knife or a half-and-half mixture of water and muriatic acid can also work well.

  • Skim Debris and Clean out Baskets

    Skim Debris and Clean out Baskets

    Skimming the pool's surface by hand every few days is one of the fastest and easiest ways to keep your pool clean. Floating debris will eventually sink, becoming harder to remove. Use a long-handled net called a hand skimmer or leaf skimmer to remove leaves, bugs and other unwanted items. Skimming significantly increases the efficiency of the pool's circulation system and lowers the amount of chlorine you'll need to add to your pool. Cleaning out strainer baskets at least once a week also helps circulation and lowers chlorine demands. Locate strainer baskets attached to the side of aboveground pools and in the pool deck of inground pools. Simply remove the plastic basket and shake it out; spraying the inside with a hose can help dislodge stubborn objects.

  • Start The Countdown

    Start The Countdown

    Keeping your pool sparkling clean doesn't have to be as cumbersome as you might think. All pools are different, and so are their maintenance needs. However, they all share one commonality: The secret to pristine pool health is regular, routine care. If you choose to handle common problems like murky water or broken pumps on your own, make sure to always consult manufacturers' manuals before fixing or using equipment. No matter if you rely on a service company to take care of your pool, you still need to do a few things on your own to ensure your pool stays in good condition for years.

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