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Sterling Pool Service, Inc., Swimming Pool Service & Repair, Wylie, TX

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Swimming Pool Cleaning and Draining in Sachse, Texas

Pool Cleaning Company in Sachse, TX.

Cleaning and maintaining a swimming pool isn’t always easy. Though there are pool equipment and accessories that can make the job simpler (e.g. pool skimmers and pumps), it’s strongly recommended to have your pool professionally serviced on a regular basis.

Pool experts can clean your pool better because they have the expertise and necessary equipment to get the job done. They can also spot pool damage by draining the water correctly. What’s more, they have the manpower to perform any pool service efficiently and quickly.

When your pool calls for expert repair and maintenance, contact Sterling Pool Service pronto. We’ve been in the full-service swimming pool business since 1986, and we offer quality services that keep your swimming pool in great condition. Our services are far superior to your normal pool care and DIY techniques, as they’ve been developed and perfected through our experience. Our pool specialists also work fast and efficient, so you can enjoy using your pool as soon as possible.

We offer a wide range of pool services that target specific swimming pool problems. These include:

  • Complete pool cleaning and service
  • Leak detection and repairs
  • Equipment repairs
  • Pool renovations
  • Professional pool equipment installation

If your swimming pool in Sachse, Texas requires our professional touch, give us a call at 888-973-0274 today.

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Learn About Sachse, Texas

Sachse is a city located in the Collin and Dallas counties of Texas and is also part of the DFW metroplex. As of the census held in 2010, there are about 20,329 people residing in Sachse. Sachse is generally a suburb that features a number of parks and other facilities. Sachse is where you can find Creek Crossing Park, Muddy Creek Preserve, and Salmon Park. Overall, Sachse is a tranquil community that offers safe and quality living to those who call this city their home.

The city of Sachse was named after its founder, William Sachse. He came to the United States in 1840 and, at the age of 25, secured 640 acres in Collin County. He erected the first cotton mills and gins in the county – events that made the city of Sachse what it is today. The city was incorporated in 1956.

Customer Reviews from Sachse
Bev B from Sachse, TX
5 Stars
Reviewed on Review Central
Jan 31st, 2019
Great service. Did not try to sell us anything that we did not need. Did ask if we had concerns about pool, system, decking. Would definitely use again
K Dry from Sachse, TX
5 Stars
Reviewed on Review Central
Dec 15th, 2017
Sterling Pool Service has always gone above and beyond. I've even had them do my pool renovation. They are prompt, helpful and reliable!!!
Keith L. from Sachse, TX
5 Stars
Reviewed on Review Central
Aug 13th, 2015
Good to find a local company with real people that listen to your concerns and not just a corporate office in Arizona or somewhere. Work was done right and prices were more than fair. You have my business as long as I have a pool.
Charles Michael C from Sachse, TX
5 Stars
Reviewed on Review Central
May 16th, 2015
They are very professional; they explains what the problem is, why the problem occurred, what is required to correct the problem and a cost for correcting the problem. They will then complete the work as quickly as possible. I have been very pleased with the outstanding work Sterling Pool Service provides and the honesty they have in determining my pool problems and the cost for correcting my pool problems.
Steve G from Sachse, TX
5 Stars
Reviewed on Review Central
Mar 25th, 2015
Lauri S. from Sachse, TX
5 Stars
Reviewed on Review Central
Aug 19th, 2014
They are a wonderful company do deal with. We were out of town a long while and they were able to get our pool cleaned up and running while we were away. Wonderful customer service!
Completed Jobs from Sachse
David B.
January 24, 2019
David called asking, what would it take to fix my pool pump motor? My pool pump motor burned out the night before last when the freeze guard kicked on. It just hums when it turns on so I flipped the breaker off in the house to prevent any fires. The owner of the company went to see what could be going on to cause this. Luckily it was a quick diagnosis as the motor capacitor had gone out. He was able to change it with a new one and the pump motor started up and ran smoothly.
Chris B.
December 27, 2018
Chris reached out to us because he was interested in buying a house but needed a pool inspection because the owners had told him the pool may need re-plastering soon. The owner of our company went to his house for the inspection and found the pool to be leaking somewhere unknown. Our crew performed a leak detection service and found a few broken pipe fittings underneath the pool deck. We had to cut through the deck, replace the broken PVC piping and patch the deck back up. After doing this work the leak has subsided and Chris asked us to service the pool weekly.
Terry N.
June 15, 2018
This lady called us because, "when I backwash my filter I notice DE (white powdery stuff) blowing back into the pool." When this happens a filter clean has to be done to know which filter internals are damaged. The owner went to do this work and after finished he found three of the filter grids to be damaged. He replaced the grids and properly started the pool and added DE through the skimmer. She asked him to clean the pool while there. She was so happy that she asked us to service her pool going forward a week later.
Ruth K.
June 14, 2018
Ruth had contacted us years past to do a little work for her pool, like replacing a pool pump motor or capacitor. She called because the spring had caused a lot of stuff to blow into the pool. She was backwashing the filter and adding chlorine and acid but not getting good results. The owner went out to look at her pool and equipment. He noticed the filter pressure was high which caused algae to grow in the pool. Only a filter clean and inspection of the internal components could indicate ongoing issues. This showed the owner that two filter grids and the top manifold were damaged, causing algae to thrive, the bottom to look dirty and the water to not clear. He replaced the affected parts, started the system up and added the proper amount of DE back through the skimmer and the pool began to clear in less than a day.
John W.
July 10, 2017
The timer had come out to the Polaris in pool sweep. We installed a new one and everything works great.
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