Whether you’re looking for help cleaning your pool regularly or help to open and close your pool seasonally, we can help! We provide pool cleaning and seasonal maintenance services to most communities across the Greater Denver Metro area. With over 25 years of experience building and caring for residential pools in Colorado, you can count on Laguna Pools to keep your pool looking its best all year round.

We service the Greater Denver Metro area, such as the North Denver communities of Broomfield, Northglenn, Westminster, and Thornton, to the West Denver communities of Golden, Lakewood, and Arvada, to the South Denver communities of Englewood, Littleton, Greenwood Village, Centennial, and Aurora.

Pool Cleaning

If you’re lucky enough to have a swimming pool in your backyard, then you know that keeping it clean is essential for optimal enjoyment in the swimming months. Cleaning a pool goes far beyond skimming the surface for leaves and vacuuming dirt and debris from the bottom. The most important part about keeping a pool clean is maintaining the water chemistry to ensure the water is safe for swimming.

Most commonly, the first questions our customers ask are how often a pool needs to be cleaned, and what does a pool cleaning entail?

At Laguna Pools, we service pools on a weekly basis, which includes the following:

  • Vacuuming the pool floors
  • Empty skimmer baskets
  • Pump baskets
  • Brush walls
  • An inspection of the pool pump(s), and associated equipment
  • Adjustments of equipment controls
  • Testing of water quality, the addition of chemicals necessary to achieve water quality conforming to industry standards and legal requirements

Are there any extra service costs?

Our fees cover all essential maintenance services. We will never do any additional work without providing you with an estimate and getting your approval first. Items that are billed separately may include the following:

  • Additional maintenance
  • Chemicals
  • Repair that may become necessary for the normal operation of the swimming pool
  • Additional cleanings
  • Cover cleaning
  • Cover Box Maintenance
  • Filter Maintenance
  • Equipment troubleshooting

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Seasonal Maintenance

In Colorado, it very common for homeowner to close the swimming pool during the winter time this way they avoid the stress of having to worry about freezing conditions and costly repairs. At Laguna pools, we see the benefits in saving time and money by closing the pool when not in use. But it must be done correctly. Our staff follows a meticulous process to ensure that your pool is primed and ready for the summer season.

Spring Startup

  • Remove winter cover
  • Connect equipment (pump, filter, heater)
  • Water fill
  • Initial Chemistry Balancing
  • Initial Cleaning (vacuum, brush, skim)

Please note this is the basic service pattern for clean, kempt, and properly winterized pools.

Winter Shut-down

  • Drain Pool (below the skimmer)
  • Disconnect equipment (pump, filter, heater)
  • Blow out plumbing lines and equipment using compressed air
  • Add winter algicide and antifreeze
  • Install winter cover (if applicable)

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Frequently Asked Questions

We don’t require a contract and are confident you will want to keep us around.

Our agreement is intended to keep things clear between the company and homeowner it is not intended to lock you in. If for whatever reason, you are dissatisfied with the service, you are welcome to terminate the service.


In the event of rain or freezing weather, we will perform a chemical and equipment check only on the pool, leaving out those items that require the use of a pole. No refunds will be given for such visits.

During certain times of the year, due to leaf fall, it may be advisable for the homeowner to empty the skimmers and traps in between our visits. This will help to ensure that the equipment is not damaged due to lack of water flow.

In the event of freezing weather, water circulation must be maintained
continuously through the equipment to prevent freeze damage. It is also critically important during freezing weather to do whatever it takes to maintain the proper water level. Also during freezing weather, it is the responsibility of the homeowner to ensure the equipment is working properly.

In the event that electricity, were to fail in your area you as the homeowner, must ensure that the system is working properly once the power has come back. Laguna Pools, LLC is not responsible for any problems caused by lack of power.

We understand and appreciate the benefits of salt water chlorination, however, salt is still a corrosive mineral, and Laguna Pools, LLC cannot and does not accept any responsibility for any damage, staining, corrosion, or deterioration of any of the pool equipment or surfaces, that may result from the use of salt in the pool.