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Pool Masters Pool Service are the leading pool service technicians to call in the Riverside / Corona area. If you are looking for a reliable expert to help you manage your pool maintenance and keep your inground pool in ready to swim condition year round, we are the company to call.

  • Weekly Chemical Service
  • Water Testing
  • Skimmer / Pump Baskets / Pool Sweep Bag Emptied
  • Skim Pool Surface
  • Pool Brushing & Vacuuming
  • Clean Filters

Our expertise and reputation as the leading pool service company in the local area has led to a long list of satisfied customers. Find out for yourself just why homeowners love our inground pool service. Pool Masters is the preferred company for all your pool service needs.


Servicing Corona, Norco, Eastvale, Riverside, Norco Hills, Fontana, Inland Empire, Pomona, Yorba Linda, Jurupa Valley, Ontario, Mira Loma, San Bernardino, Chino, and Bloomington

Expert Pool Service and Pool Equipment Installation / Repairs / Upgrades.


Weekly Pool Service

Hiring a weekly pool service company with specialist training to maintain your pool protects a major investment in your home! The durability of your pool investment is ensured by keeping the water chemistry regulated and the pool equipment in good working order.

What’s Included:

Our expert pool technicians will balance the water chemistry in your swimming pool, clean and skim the surface for any debris, vacuum the pool floor, empty the skimmer, pump basket and pool cleaner bag.


Chemical Service

  • On each pool service visit will test and adjust the chemistry in your pool for Chlorine, pH, and Total Alkalinity.
  • A pool service technician will test for calcium hardness quarterly
  • Test and monitor Salt levels (if you have a salt water pool)
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Pool Cleaning Service

  • Skim the pool surface removing leaves and debris.
  • Brush and vacuum pools steps, seats and walls as needed.
  • Inspect pool equipment is operating properly

Filter Cleaning Service

  • A pool service technician will monitor and record the filter pressure
  • Pool filters are backwashed on a quarterly basis
  • We handle DE / Cartridge / Sand Filters

One-Time Pool Cleaning

Some of our customers just need a one-time pool cleaning to help them get their pool back in shape. Many inground swimming pools can be serviced in two to three hours, however some may require several visits. Our pool service technicians will typically complete the job in 1 to 3 visits within the same week if your needs can be met with this service; however, “Green” or “Neglected” pools will need a complete drain and clean service.

What’s Included:

  • Vacuum Pool
  • Skim pool surface
  • Brush tile & walls of the pool
  • Empty pump basekt, skimmers, and pool cleaner bag
  • Adjust water chemistry in pool (chemicals included)
  • Backwash the pool filter (Cartridge / DE / Sand)
  • Adjust water level in the pool if needed

Pool Equipment Installation / Repair

We offer pool equipment installation and pool equipment repair services. Whether it’s installing a pool cartridge filter, variable speed smart pump, salt system or automated controller, Pool Masters can help you reduce yoour regular pool maintenance. New pool equipment installation services including efficient heaters and LED lighting.

You can save money by replacing your pool/spa equipment with energy-efficient pumps and pool automation. New pool equipment upgrades save you money while still being environmentally friendly and convenient. Variable speed pumps that are energy efficient will save you money on your monthly energy bills.

Upgrading your pool equipment may mean many things. Adding a new upgraded filter improves the circulation system’s overall energy efficiency. We can also handle adding new filters, such as cartridge filters and quad D.E. filters. At the same time, we can update several pool equipment items. During the installation of new pool equipment, additional equipment may be installed to help improve operation of your pool.

Pool Inspections

Our swimming pool inspection report is perfect for real estate agents or homeowners who want a quick snapshot of their pool’s current condition. Our knowledgeable pool inspector will inspect your pool and equipment and provide you with a comprehensive report.

When required, we will recommend fixes and improvements to keep the pool running smoothly and looking its best. We also have an estimate for any specified repairs or upgrades so you can decide whether or not to have the pool work completed.


Pool Service FAQ

The method of salt-water chlorination uses dissolved salt (2,500–6,000 ppm) as a storage medium for the pool’s chlorination device. The chlorine generator (also known as a salt cell, salt generator, or salt chlorinator) produces hypochlorous acid (HCIO) and sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) by electrolysis in the presence of dissolved salt or sodium chloride (NaCl) in the presence of dissolved salt or sodium chloride (NaCl). As a result, a saltwater pool is not necessarily chlorine-free; it merely uses a chlorine generator rather than adding chlorine directly.

An organic compound called a chlorine stabilizer protects chlorinating materials from the light. It’s also known as cyanuric acid, and it’s also known as “conditioner.” Pool owners who use balanced water have a distinct advantage over those who use unstabilized water. For example, if a pool is exposed to the sun for 35 minutes, the water will lose half of its HOCI (the hypochlorous acid that forms when chlorine is dissolved in water and that is responsible for the disinfecting power of chlorine.)

Absolutely. Dirt, pollen, and algae can naturally accumulate in your pool’s crevices, so use a pool brush regularly to break them up. Routine churning of the water (from cleaning or swimming) allows the filter to absorb the debris until it settles.

The single most critical factor in maintaining the cleanliness of your swimming pool is your pool filter. For full circulation and debris removal, a filter should be running at all times. It is strongly recommended that you exercise for at least 8 hours a day during the summer and 4 to 6 hours a day during the winter.

With a smartphone you can control pool and spa service, as well as heater and blower control, with a push of a button. There’s no need to go out to the pool equipment to switch on the heater or the spa! These and other operations can also be controlled remotely from your smartphone or tablet.

Algae in swimming pools is mostly caused by phosphate. All living organisms, including algae, require phosphorus and nutrients to survive and thrive. Rain, runoff from lawns and gardens, fertilizers, birdseed, plant material, dust, suntan oil, and leaves are some of the sources of phosphate in pool water. Both of these sources will eventually build up and raise the phosphate concentration in the water, promoting progressive algae development. Phosphate removers are available to lower the phosphate level in your swimming pool water below 100 parts per million (ideally, you want it as close to a zero reading as possible).

The total alkalinity (TA) of water is a measure of its resistance to pH changes. The TA of a pool shows how much alkali (not to be confused with alkaline) is present in the water in the form of bicarbonates, carbonates, and hydroxides. A proper TA level aids in the control of pH bounce, surface staining, and pool equipment corrosion.
By automating all labor-intensive tasks including sanitization, pH balancing, washing, and filtration, automation takes the work out of pool and spa ownership. There are a variety of systems available, some of which can be controlled using your smartphone.

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