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Most Recent Finished Jobs by Sterling Pool Services

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Jim P.
3801 Hollander Way, TX
July 28, 2017

This homeowner had reported the swimming pool was losing lots of water. We drain the pool then cut the plaster at exposed rebar. We sealed the rebar, patch plaster, and started to refill with water. The customer decided they would be balance their pool chemicals.

Jessica C.
417 Ridgegate Dr., TX
July 25, 2017

The light in the pool and spa were out. We found the pool light bulb and gasket needed to be replaced while the spa light fixture had to be replaced.

Jenny K.
6120 Widgeon Court, TX
July 19, 2017

We removed and replaced expansion joint also known as deck-o-seal between the coping and deck.

Beau C.
1413 Pecan Creek Dr., TX
July 18, 2017

A piece of pool equipment pipe and come loose at the equipment and flooded his backyard. We replaced the hose assembly on the discharge side of the pool sweep pump.

Sheridan S.
5241 Terrace View Ln., TX
July 17, 2017

This new pool owner contacted us stating her pool had become very cloudy. Another Company had replaced all of the filter grids but that did not help. DE was still in the bottom of your pool and on the pool steps. The filter had not been properly cleaned and re-charged with the proper amount of DE. We also found two bad filter grids and we had to repair the backwash valve, which is another way that DE gets into a pool.

Mike J.
3600 Brookside Dr., TX
July 17, 2017

The equipment has power but the pool pump was not working. He checked all breakers and tested the time clock box and found the wires are hot. There has also been air in the system for about six weeks. He clean the filter grids and he bled out the pressure release valve on top of the filter but nothing helped. We replaced the pool pump capacitor on the motor and repair the leak on the O-ring on the pool pump.

Charles C.
5312 Heritage Circle, TX
July 13, 2017

This customer postponed filter cleans for over a year. Filter should be cleaned every 6 to 9 months or as needed depending on the environment. Sometimes filter should be cleaned every three or four months due to foliage, pets, etc. when we clean the filter all of the grids were crushed due to the weight of the old DE. Great packs can weigh 100 pounds when this much time is gone bye. The DE is usually slimy and smells like rotten eggs. We replaced all of the grids and added the proper amount of DE to the skimmer that will then pull it through the filter to coat the grids.

Dale M.
July 13, 2017

He reported his booster pump which is for the pool sweep is making a loud buzzing noise. We replaced the capacitor on the pool sweep pump motor and it works as intended.

Sudipto B.
4404 Galsford Dr., TX
July 12, 2017

Our pool cleaning technician reported there was a pinhole leak in the face plate of the booster pump. We installed a new pool sweep up with plumbing kit.

Paul M.
6309 Chelsea Way, TX
July 12, 2017

The backwash valve was leaking and the pool is losing water. It was a minor repair of a leak on the Polaris pump.

John W.
7722 Meadow Glen Dr., TX
July 10, 2017

The timer had come out to the Polaris in pool sweep. We installed a new one and everything works great.

Kimberly M.
6905 Bailey Rd., TX
July 9, 2017

This homeowner contacted us stating she wanted a one time clean and pool sweep did not work anymore. She also reported the heater was making mini explosion voices when it turned on. We vacuum the pool and spa and adjusted the chlorine. All that was wrong with the pool sweep was that it needed a wall fitting. The heater had to be replaced. We installed a repack 400,000 BTU heater including plumbing, gas, and electrical

Charlie W.
1718 Turnberry Ln., TX
July 8, 2017

Customer wanted a new computer to control their pool and spa. We installed a new Jandy aqua link computer with wireless remote.

George V.
1417 Sunrise Ln., TX
July 7, 2017

Homeowner wanted a bid to remove the tops from all deck expansion strips and replace with a flexible joint. The backwash valve was broken and needed to be replace. We did these items plus we replaced the filter gauge and installed a new pool cleaner plumbing kit on the sweep.

Scott H.
2917 Newburyport Ave., TX
July 7, 2017

Scott's home warranty company sent us a work order for him because the pool motor is making no noise when the switch is flipped. He also noticed the clock that turns it on/off isn't spinning. The owner went to his house and found that the breakers needed to be reset. After that everything started to run properly.

Chad J.
Sachse, TX
July 5, 2017

Homeowner just moved in and wanted a new swimming pool cleaner. We installed a Polaris 280 in pool cleaner custom fit to the pool design. Even with the new models that are available the Polaris 280 is the only model we recommend because it has a larger throat to pick up leaves, it has a larger bag for holding leaves, and the drive unit is far superior. The cost is also much lower and a homeowner does not need to spend more to get the same quality and performance.

Adam K.
2404 geiberger dr, TX
July 5, 2017

The pool would not prime and he thought the lines needed to be blown out. We found the problem was that the O-rings in for suction valves had to be replaced.

Jimmy M.
5012 horseshoe Trail, TX
July 4, 2017

It's frame in bottom of his pool sweep was broken and could not be repaired. We installed a new Polaris 280 in pool cleaner. This has a larger throat to pick up leaves and the bag is also larger for debris from the pool.

Gavin N.
911 Bandera Court, TX
July 3, 2017

Spa water level was low in the pump for the swimming pool and waterfall pumps were not working. We found two bad relays in the computer and replace them and the pool computer works has intended.

Terri M.
3675 Parker Rd., TX
July 1, 2017

This homeowner said she has a crack in her pool and spa and wanted a bid to fix it. After looking at it we discovered the plaster is also hollow and because of this and the crack, we didn't recommend she do anything at this time. The pool was also not losing water.

Jan M.
12515 Cedar Bend Dr., TX
June 30, 2017

We re-plastered the pool with standard white plaster and provide a new plaster care for 10 days.

Bob H.
5809 Bent Oak Court, TX
June 29, 2017

The homeowner set his timer was not working. We found the current timers, freeze guard boxes, and internal assemblies were worn and rusty. We install the new door timer with freeze guard in one enclosure.

Louis M.
6904 Bailey Rd, TX
June 23, 2017

This homeowner contacted us asking a bid to replace her pool heater. The heater had rusted and had rat nests in it. We installed a new Ray pack 400,000 BTU heater which included plumbing, gas, and electrical.

Don D.
1050 Surrey Circle, TX
June 21, 2017

Homeowner reported concrete pad to pool equipment cracked. We removed the equipment from the pad and replaced the equipment pad. We re-installed pool pump and cleaner pump, and installed a new Pentair 28 sf. DE filter.

Larry U.
1144 Bozeman Rd., TX
June 21, 2017

We re-tile his pool and spa with a blue cobalt tile.

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