1. Can I Repair My Pool On My Own?

    Here at Universal Pool Service, we have been assisting homeowners with pool repairs in Goodyear, Litchfield Park, and Glendale since 2002. During our many years in the industry, we have seen everything from a minor pump clog to much bigger issues, such as a completely failed drain system. For many homeowners, when something goes wrong with their swimming pool, they aren’t sure what to do. Should…Read More

  2. Here are a Few Reason You Need to Call Your Goodyear Swimming Pool Repair Company

    If you own a swimming pool, no doubt you enjoy swimming. But swimming is so much more than just a great way to pass some time, it is an activity with several benefits. Now, maybe you have a swimming pool, but it is in need of repair and hasn't been used in several years. Well, here are a few reason you need to call your Goodyear swimming pool repair company so you can get back in the water. Swimmi…Read More

  3. 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

  4. National Pool Cleaning Service Vs. Universal Pool Service

    When you are looking to hire a pool service for your pool cleaning, you have a long list of choices in the Goodyear, AZ area. How do you know who to trust with your pool? We recently came across an article by Angie’s List that talks about secrets some pool cleaning companies don’t want you to know. We take pride in our services so we want to be open with you. Skipped pool cleanings When you ar…Read More

  5. Getting Your Pool Ready For Spring

    Although it is only January, there is so much to do to your pool to open it up come spring time. At Universal Pool Service, we know that it can be a hassle to get your pool cleaned and ready to go. We have a few tips for you so that when it is time to set up your pool for the spring, you will know just what to do. Don’t empty the pool Unless you have structural damage or there is too much debris…Read More

  6. Getting A Pool Inspection On Your New Home

    Congratulations!  You are about to buy a new house. And, lucky you, it has a pool! But it looks like the owner has let the pool cleaning go. The water looks more green than blue and the amount of debris in that water is gross, but it has potential. At Universal Pool Service, we know all about this and we want to tell you one thing: do not sign any paperwork until you have had us come out and insp…Read More

  7. 4 Signs You Need Pool Repair

    Just because you own a home with a pool in the backyard, doesn’t mean that you are an expert when it comes to pool maintenance. So when your pool is not doing what it’s supposed to do, you may be at a loss. Luckily, pools are pretty simple to figure out if you catch the problem early enough. Here are 4 signs that your swimming pool will need repair. Debris If you have been noticing a lot more …Read More

  8. 4 Reasons You Should Never Attempt Your Own Pool Repair

    Have you noticed some strange sounds coming from your pool pump? Is there a tear in your pool’s lining or a chip in the concrete around it’s edge? As you sit there with lemonade in hand, observing these pool repairs, you’re probably weighing the costs of hiring a professional versus just doing it yourself. On the one hand, you’ve never attempted to repair a pool before, but on the other, y…Read More

  9. Winterize Your Pool To Avoid Costly Repairs

    Although it’s possible to keep your Goodyear swimming pool open all year round, it takes some extra work, and if you’re running a pool heater, it could also cause your energy bills to skyrocket. Even though we don’t get the freezing temperatures of some other states, most swimming pool owners in Arizona choose to close them down for the winter in order to avoid costly repairs. But how does t…Read More