1. Be sure to take photos of your pool for any insurance claims. Take more than one and be sure to get all sides of the pool and surrounding areas.
2. Remove all debris from inside and around the pool.
3. Drain excess water from the pool.
4. Before you turn on the pump, check for loose wires. Make sure the motor is dry before you turn it on.
5. Once the filtration pump is on - keep it on for 24 hours, then test the pH. Adjust with chemicals if needed. Then circulate for another 24 hours and retest.
6. Monitor chlorine levels and try to keep it at 1-4ppm. Add chlorinating shock as needed to maintain levels.
7. Clean the filter often. Call us if you need chemicals.
8. After the water is balanced and sanitized, you can resume use of the pool.