COVID-19 UPDATE: HOW PRO LINE IS PREPARING, RESPONDING AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS
We have been able to remain open as an essential service and to provide work for our minimal staff under the Governments list provided on Friday, April 4th, 2020.
We would like to thank all our clients, residents, managers, technicians and support staff for their hard work, and their tireless effort at this trying time. We are wishing everyone all the best throughout this unprecedented time.
At Pro Line Pool & Spa Services we have been as proactive as we could. We began changing our policies and protocols for all our staff specific to each department beginning on March 11, 2020.
Outdoor Pool Maintenance & Lifeguards
With the outdoor pool season upon us we would like to assure our clients and potential new ones that we are prepared to open your pools as normal even if the State of Emergency in place due to the COVID-19 continues on into the season. Whether your pool / hot tub is Maintenance only or Lifeguarded they need to be cleaned properly from winter storage to avoid unhealthy bodies of water as the warm weather develops.
Most outdoor pools need a certain amount of water in it to avoid damage to the structure, it will then need to be maintained to avoid algae or any other unhealthy bacteria. We will personalize your maintenance schedule at a price that can keep costs as low feasibly possible until we are able to open permanently for the season.
If you are contracted with Pro Line Pool & Spa Services for Lifeguards, this summer please note that we are hiring and have lifeguards on notice for when the State of emergency is lifted, we can still guarantee you Lifeguards.
If you have not yet signed up with us, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible to avoid last minute complications. Without a signed contract we cannot guarantee Lifeguards.
Indoor Pool Maintenance & Lifeguards
Since the beginning of the State of Emergency we have been draining hot tubs, lowering heaters on pools and personalizing maintenance schedules for all our clients. Most of our client’s indoor pools need water in them to avoid damage structurally and there still are health codes to adhere to. We recommend no less than two (2) visits a week to maintain water clarity, check equipment and refill product in their perspective places. The feed back from our clients are positive and we are working together throughout this crisis.
Most of our clients are taking advantage of these shutdowns and servicing their facilities for some well needed repairs.
We are open for business and doing our best to service you through these unprecedented times and we wish you and your families all the best and to be safe.
We are now and we will be here when it is over. Please feel free to reach out anytime through any form of communication.