1. Don’t Wait to Get Your Pool Serviced

    One of the few downfalls to owning a pool is that sometimes something is going to go wrong or break. There are so many parts and elements that go into running a swimming pool that there is no avoiding it. Swimming pool repairs are a part of life when you own one. Luckily for you, Universal Pool Service is here for you. We will get the job done and we promise to be competitive in our pricing so tha…Read More

  2. Best Pool Service In Goodyear Arizona: Keeping Pools Blue Since 2002

    Universal Pool Service is the most comprehensive and reliable pool service, swimming pool maintenance, and pool cleaning service in all of Arizona. In business since 2002 I have been working in the pool service industry for many years starting as a lifeguard. It is very important to us to provide a great customer experience. Our pool service is all about making sure you get great service so that y…Read More

  3. Types Of Pool Chemicals

    In these blogs, we have talked a lot about pool maintenance chemicals and thrown around words that you may be unfamiliar with. We thought that we would correct that and give you some explanations on what these chemicals mean to you and your pool. There are six different types of chemicals that you will need for your pool. Sanitizers This is what kills everything living in the pool. Whether that is…Read More

  4. Is Your Swimming Pool Leaking?

    The average in-ground, residential pool in Goodyear, Arizona holds approximately 20,000 gallons of water. With this massive amount of water swirling around in your pool, it can be hard to tell if you’re losing small amounts because of a leak. After all, water is naturally lost from a pool over time thanks to evaporation and the tidal wave that’s created every time your nephew shows off his can…Read More

  5. How Does A Pool Heater Work?

    In previous posts, we discussed the question of whether or not it’s OK to leave your pool open year ‘round here in the Goodyear area. While Arizona rarely sees the cold temperatures and winter precipitation that are common in other parts of the country, the temperature in the later months of the year is still decidedly chillier than the summer. However, with pool services and a little bit of k…Read More

  6. Spring Has Sprung! Time To Schedule Your Pool Services In Glendale

    Winter is officially behind us here in the Glendale area. That means pool owners all over Arizona will soon be thinking about restarting their pool for the summer recreation season. If you’re already planning summer barbecues, pool parties, and graduation soirees, you may be eager to reopen your slumbering pool so that it can provide a sparkling backdrop to all of your festivities. Spring is a v…Read More

  7. Talk To Your Kids About Pool Safety

      All of us at Universal Pool Service have families, and some of us have young kids. We all want our children to safely enjoy pools this summer, and cannot stress how vital pool safety is. As summer approaches, it is the perfect time to sit down with your kids and talk about pool safety. Here are some tips to keep kids of all ages safe this summer: Learn To Swim, and start YOUNG: Did you know hum…Read More

  8. Get Your Pool Ready For Your Labor Day Barbecue!

    Labor Day typically marks the end of summertime fun. The kids are heading back to school, people are getting busier at work, and the weather starts to cool down - even here in Arizona! We know it’s hard to believe after the record-breaking heat we’ve experienced this summer, but winter will be here before we know it, and for some of us, that means putting a tarp on the pool until spring. If yo…Read More

  9. Myths About Owning A Pool You Shouldn’t Believe

    At Universal Pool Service, we’ve heard a lot of myths floating around about owning a pool. Today, we want to bust four of the most common rumors about pool ownership, and get you excited to own your own pool today! Myth: Pools always break and need expensive repairs. Pools that are installed by reputable companies should last for years and years without any problems. The most frequent repairs po…Read More

  10. Learn About Our Pool Heaters, Part 1

    Nine months out of the year, we see average high temperatures above 75-degrees, with many months averaging in the low 100s. However, as we get into the fall and winter months, there is a large disparity between daily highs and lows. While you might be able to comfortably enjoy an 80-degree day at the pool in November, when the temperatures dip into the 40s that night, your guests are going to quic…Read More