Pool Repair Anniston 



Pool Repair Anniston

Pool Repair Anniston serves Anniston AL Oxford AL, Jacksonville AL, Piedmont AL, Talladega AL, Heflin AL, and Sylacauga AL.

One of the true pleasures of life is being able to enjoy your very own fully functioning swimming pool during the long hot days of summer in Anniston and surrounding towns.

Pool Repair AnnistonSwimming is healthful and relaxing after a day at the salt mine. Perhaps for the best enjoyment, one should concentrate more on the relaxing part, and less on swimming. Floating in the warm water, the cares of the day seem to vanish to a tiny little picture far in the distance, the caressing waters dissolving the worries and providing both a soothing balm and a cup of forgetfulness.

Or perhaps your pool brings into sharp focus your precious family and friend time a a little one disturbs your restful pool slumbers with a masterfully tossed splash of water.

However you define pool pleasure, the last thing you need is NO pool. Or a leak. Or a dozen other poolish annoyances. That's where we come in. Pool Repair Anniston is your back yard pool guarantee of swimming pool excellence. A pool in fine repair is one less thing to worry with.

To really enjoy your swimming pool you need the right equipment, and pool equipment in good working condition. Pool Repair Anniston is your pool experts, committed to providing our customers with professional equipment repairs or replacement to maximize the efficiency and capability of your pool. From pool pumps, motors, and filters to timers, lights, and valves, you can rely on the professionals at Pool Repair Anniston. We are experienced and looking forward to serving you for all of your swimming pool needs and swimming pool service.

Pool Repair Anniston works hard for your pleasure.

  • Strive for customer satisfaction by providing excellent service and quality products.
  • Present ourselves as professionals and take pride in our company, as reflected in our work, our appearance and our attitude.
  • We understand the desires and needs of our customers and provide all necessary information in order to insure knowledgeable decisions.
  • Maintain a positive, courteous and caring attitude when dealing with customers and colleagues.
  • Communicate effectively with our customers and with our company’s staff so that all individuals remain well-informed.
  • Continually improve our performance and succeed as a profitable business.
  • Operate with integrity and achieve our mission in an ethical manner.

Swimming pools often become a member of the family, and like little Johnny or Sue, to be enjoyed to the fullest, they require maintenance. There is just no getting around it. Again, that's our job at Pool Repair Anniston...making sure your pool is working for you, and not the other way around. Whether is is an inground pool or an above ground pool, or a patch for your leaky vinyl liner, our service is tops!

Here is a list of some of the many services you will find useful from Pool Repair Anniston:

  • Swimming Pool Motors
  • Swimming Pool Pumps
  • Swimming Pool Filters
  • Swimming Pool Heaters
  • Swimming Pool Plumbing
  • Swimming Pool Valves
  • Swimming Pool Control Systems
  • Swimming Pool Acid Washes
  • Swimming Pool Tile Cleaning
  • Swimming Pool Tile Repairs
  • Swimming Pool Sand Changes
  • Swimming Pool Main Drain Covers (VGB Approved)
  • Swimming Pool Pebble Tec Repairs
  • Swimming Pool Plaster Repairs
  • Swimming Pool Cleaners
  • Swimming Pool Lights (LED and color wheels)
  • Swimming Pool Paint & Label Plumbing and Equipment
  • Swimming Pool Vac Line Installations
  • Swimming Pool Water Leveler Installations
  • Swimming Pool /Spa Draining and much more...

Pool Repair Anniston, the swimming pool company of record here in and around Calhoun County, AL takes care of all of your pool needs, of course, but you'll also want to call us for your spa needs as well. If it holds water and gives pleasure, we're there to make sure it continues do do so. Let us worry with it, so you don't have to.

Pool Repair Anniston is very serious about making sure your pool experience is as good as it can be. We also take very seriously the responsibility that goes along with our work to make sure your pool experience is as safe as it can be. If and when you have a safety issue with your pool, don't hesitate to call us.

Use Pool Repair Anniston with confidence. We're looking forward to your business!

We located a great article that we would like to close with. As a pool owner, you also have responsibilities. We hope you'll take the time to read the information below. See you down at the pool! Pool Repair Anniston.

Pool Safety and Children - Preventing Child Drownings

In some of the nation’s sunbelt, drowning has been the leading cause of accidental death in the home of children under 5 years old. The information below can help parents and caregivers provide young children with the protection they deserve.

Each year, nationwide, about 300 children under 5 years old drown in swimming pools, usually a pool owned by their family. In addition, more than 2,000 children in that age group are treated in hospital emergency rooms for submersion injuries.

Medical costs for submersion victims during the initial hospitalization alone can be quite high. Costs can range from an estimated $4,000 for a victim who recovers fully to $160,000 for a victim with severe brain damage. Some severely brain damaged victims have initial hospital stays in excess of 120 days and expenses in excess of $300,000.

Following are just a few facts uncovered by the U .S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) in a comprehensive study of drowning and submersion incidents involving children under 5 years old in Arizona, California, and Florida.

  • Seventy-five percent of the submersion victims studied by CPSC were between 1 and 3 years old; 65 percent of this group were boys. Toddlers, in particular, often do something unexpected because their capabilities change daily.
  • At the time of the incidents, most victims were being super-vised by one or both parents. Forty-six percent of the victims were last seen in the house; 23 percent were last seen in the yard or on the porch or patio; and 31 percent were in or around the pool before the accident. In all, 69 per-cent of the children were not expected to be at or in the pool, yet they were found in the water.
  • Submersion incidents involving children usually happen in familiar surroundings. Sixty- five percent of the incidents happened in a pool owned by the child’s family and 33 percent of the incidents happened in a pool owned by friends or relatives.

Many communities have enacted safety regulations governing residential swimming pools — inground and aboveground. It’s up to parents to comply with these regulations. Apart from these laws, parents who own pools, can take their own precautions to reduce the chances of their youngsters accessing the family pool or spa without adult supervision.

  • Pool submersions involving children happen quickly. A child can drown in the time it takes to answer a phone. Seventy-seven percent of the victims had been missing from sight for 5 minutes or less.
  • Survival depends on rescuing the child quickly and restarting the breathing process, even while the child is still in the water. Seconds count in preventing death or brain damage.
  • Child drowning is a silent death. There’s no splashing to alert anyone that the child is in trouble.

The following barrier recommendations are the result of identifying key parameters that typically contribute to child drowning in backyard pools. These recommendations are the minimum steps you can take to make your home a safe place for your child.

Pool Repair AnnistonBarriers are not childproof, but they provide layers of protection for a child who strays from supervision.

Barriers give parents additional time to locate a child before the unexpected becomes a reality.


Swimming Pool also may be used to protect children from accessing hot tubs and spas. Use the following recommendations as a guide:


  • Install a fence or other barrier, such as a wall, completely around the pool. If the house is part of the barrier, the doors leading from the house to the pool should be protected with an alarm or the pool should have a power safety cover. Alarm and cover details are below.
  • The fence or other barrier should be at least 4 feet high. It should have no foot- or handholds that could help a young child to climb it.
  • Vertical fence slats should be less than 4 inches apart to prevent a child from squeezing through.
  • If the fence is chain link, then no part of the diamond-shaped or wall, door alarms for Use this as a guide when the release the house, and a power mechanism is located less than 54 inches safety cover over the pool. from the bottom of the gate.
  • If horizontal members are equal to or more than 45 inches apart, vertical spacing shall not exceed 4 inches.

There is a wide variety of fencing construction materials available to compliment your house and pool surroundings. Your local fence company or pool enclosure company can provide you with information and assist you in making a selection.

The weak link in the strongest and highest fence is a gate that fails to close and latch completely. For a gate to close completely every time, it must be in proper working order. Fence gates should be self-closing and self-latching. The gate should be well maintained to close and latch easily. The latch should be out of a child’s reach.


If the house forms one side of the barrier, then doors leading from the house to the pool should be protected with alarms that produce an audible sound when a door is unexpectedly opened.

Install an alarm that can be temporarily turned off by an adult for a single opening of the door by using a keypad or switch that is out of a child’s reach.

Battery and electrically powered alarms are available. The keypad switch can be used by adults who wish to pass through the door with-out setting off the alarm. It should be placed high on all doors leading from the house to the pool. Affordable and easily installed alarms are available. An alarm signal immediately tells a parent that a door has been opened.


Power safety covers over the pool may be used as an alternative to door alarms. A power safety cover should meet the requirements of the ASTM pool cover standard that addresses labeling requirements and performance. ASTM requires that a cover withstand the weight of two adults and a child to allow a rescue should an individual fall onto the cover. The standard also requires quick removal of water from the cover. A young child can drown in just inches of water.

A power safety cover is a motor powered barrier that can be placed over the water area. Motor-driven covers easily open and close over the pool. When the power safety cover is properly in place over the pool, it provides a high level of safety for children under 5 years old by inhibiting their access to the water.


Steps and ladders leading from the ground to the pool should be secured and locked, or removed when the pool is not in use. 

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