There are many factors that go into choosing who should build your pool. But one added bonus that is often overlooked is the fact that Liquid Assets provides our very own ‘Pool School’ orientation to get new pool owners totally up-to-speed regarding the on-going operation of their new pool.

Class is officially in session with Liquid Assets Pools president, John Jacobsen ready to pass on knowledge.

Whether you intend to service the pool yourself, or hire a pool cleaning service, this introduction to everything associated with your pool is a great way to get a solid overview of all the equipment as well as maintenance issues – from day-to-day operations to monthly to-dos during pool season.

Most sessions take about 1-2 hours that begin with an overview of all the pool equipment and operations. Pump and filter operations are overviewed. We’ll walk you through all the controls, show you how to change filters and what to expect regarding wear and tear. If your pool is heated, you’ll learn all about it. Fountains, lights, water levels, special electrical hook-ups and even controlling many of these functions through available apps are not only explained, they’re demonstrated.

Understanding your filters and knowing how and when to change them is something every pool owner should know.

We then provide as much info as you want regarding pool testing for chemicals as well as cleaning tips – and not just for the pool itself, but also the deck, hand rails, fountains – basically anything associated with your pool – all designed to help assure that your backyard oasis stays that way.

Pool owners learn what needs to be added to their pool … and when.

If you’re going to be working with a pool cleaning service, we like to have them attend as well as they add their own valuable insights into the specific needs of your pool. But nobody will know those particular nuances better than Liquid Assets.

Our goal is to build a pool that will provide years and years of enjoyment – but we also know how important it is for you to understand your pool’s basic functionality. That takes knowledge.

We know that if we can pass along some of our knowledge directly to you, both you and your pool will be better off in the long run. So if you’re still in the decision-making process regarding who will build your pool, remember, a little education from Liquid Assets will become a valuable asset for you in the future.