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Swimming Pool Openings:
Leaves and debris are removed off the cover and bagged for garbage pick up.
The winter cover and water tubes are removed.
Pool winter cover and water bags are lightly washed and rinsed off. (*Complete cleaning and power washing of cover is available*)
Pool cover and water tubes are folded and stored at customer’s residence.
The pool area is hosed off (*at customers request*) to help prepare the pool for the busy pool season ahead. (*Complete power washing is available*)
All deck equipment including ladders, handrails, diving boards, and automatic cleaning devices are reinstalled in the swimming pool.
All filtration and skimmer baskets are installed back in their proper place.
All water flow directional inlets are reinstalled into the pool.
Operational filtration equipment that may have been disconnected at winterization is reinstalled. 
All drain plugs that had been removed at winterization are secured back into place for the new season’s operation.
A complete inspection is done of the pump, motor, filter, heater, automatic chemical feeder, automatic pool cleaner, automated controller systems, tile, coping stones and the pool deck.
The system is primed, tested and left running. (*Customers chemicals will be used unless unavailable. Superior Pool & Spa will provide chemicals at an additional charge*).
 Light pilot light on heater (*If system Allows*).
A garden hose can be left filling in the pool at the customer’s request.
A detailed opening checklist is left behind onsite for the customer. (Detailed checklist shows work preformed and also list possible concerns or repairs needed or suggested.)

Pool Opening Return Visit: (*If requested, additional service fees apply*)
Superior Pool & Spa will return to the customer’s site to do the following if needed or requested: (*Water level will need to be midway between the skimmers before we return to site*).
Perform season opening cleaning and vacuuming. (Includes vacuuming with customers equipment [1 hour maximum] or portable filtering system can be supplied by Superior Pool & Spa  for an additional service charge, skimming, brushing of the walls, cleaning of tiles, blowing of deck area, emptying filtration and skimmer baskets.)
Clean and backwash filter element or add and recharge filter media (diatomaceous earth, sand and/or cartridge at additional charge).
Balance water (10 point water analysis, cost of chemicals if needed is additional)
A detailed opening checklist is left behind onsite for the customer. (Detailed checklist shows work preformed and also list possible concerns or repairs needed or suggested.)

Swimming Pool Closings (Winterization):
The swimming pool is spot cleaned and balanced for closing (*Customer's chemicals will be used unless unavailable. Superior Pool & Spa will provide chemicals at an additional charge*).
All water flow directional inlets are removed and stored onsite for the winter.
All filtration and skimmer baskets are removed and stored onsite for the winter.
All water lines are air compressed to remove water from the lines.
Skimmer lines and return lines are filled with anti freeze to prevent freeze damage. (*Customers chemicals will be used unless unavailable. Superior Pool & Spa will provide chemicals at an additional charge*).
Return lines and skimmer lines are plugged to prevent any water from entering the lines.
All deck equipment including ladders, handrails, diving boards, and automatic cleaning devices are removed and stored onsite for the winter.
The winter cover and water tubes are positioned on and around the pool. 
The safety cover is installed. (if applicable)
Operational filtration equipment that needs to be disconnected is disconnected.
Turn off heater pilot light (If Applicable).
 All equipment drain plugs are removed and stored onsite to prevent freeze damage to the equipment.
Customer's cleaning equipment such as telescopic poles, nets or brushes are neatly stacked on the pool deck for winter storage.
A complete inspection is done of the pump, motor, filter, heater, automatic chemical feeder, automatic pool cleaner, automated controller systems, tile, coping stones and the pool deck.
A detailed closing checklist is left behind onsite for the customer. (Detailed checklist shows work preformed and also list possible concerns or repairs needed or suggested.)