Jim’s Pool Care is part of the trusted Jim’s Group of companies. The Jim’s group has been around for over 20 years and we now have over 3000 Franchisees providing amazing service around the country to thousands of satisfied customers.
About Us & our Mobile Pool Shops
Jim’s Pool Care is a Australian owned pool supplies & services shop and is focused on helping customers get the most from their pool investment by providing professional and timely pool servicing and maintenance through their fleet of mobile pool shops. This helps customers maximise their time in and around the pool rather than maintaining it. So when your pool pump is not working or pool does not seem right, get some expert advice by calling Jim’s Pool Care.
It is worth mentioning that we are a very motivated bunch of business owners who provide a personalised mobile pool shop service & supplies. This means the person who owns the business is usually the person who will do your pool service and this is great news for you.
You will always get amazing service from the people who actually own the business. It is in their benefit to ensure you are happy so you can be assured they will always do their best to ensure your pool is sparkling, your equipment in good order and you are getting charged honest and fair prices.
We look after pools all over Australia. Pool Cleaning, Pool Servicing, Pool Maintenance and equipment in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Townsville, Perth, Adelaide, North Sydney & Sydney Eastern Suburbs. So whatever you want for your swimming pool then give us a call as we would love to help.
Thanks for taking the time to learn more about Jim’s Pool Care and our Mobile Pool Shops. Take the plunge and call us today.
6 Reasons To Choose Jim’s Pool Care
We welcome your questions and feedback. We are here to help!
A one-off pool service charge is usually between $65-$95, depending on the city or state your in and the type of service being offered. This is the service call charge, which is the amount charged to attend the property and usually includes up to one hour of labour. This does not include chemicals, accessories or equipment.
At Jim’s Pool Care, we have very high standards when it comes to training and professional development for our Franchisees. Many of our technicians have joined national and state-based associations and also have either a certificate 3 or 4 in Pool & Spa Care. This ensures that we offer the best service and up to date advice.
- Digitally Test the water. We do not recommend test strips. If your pool company does not use digital testing then ask them why. Digital testing has been around for almost 20 years so all reputable companies should be using this technology. It takes the guess work out of water testing and provides pool technicians accurate results down to the PPM (Parts Per Million).
NOTE: Chemicals always cost extra but you should only be charged for what is required
- Clean Filters. Be it a Sand or Cartridge Filter the cost of your pool service includes this
- Adjust Timers and Clean Chlorinator Cell
- Scoop leaves and debris from the pool
- Brush the pool walls
- Visual Inspection of the pool condition and equipment area
- Empty of all Baskets
Your pool technician will recommend how often they should visit or you can request a certain frequency. At a minimum, we recommend every 4 weeks and in summer more often if possible (every 1, 2 or 3 weeks). This ensures your pool is always ready to swim, is safe and healthy and you get to relax and enjoy your pool.
A regular service program could be between $65-$95 depending on the size of the pool, time it takes to clean and frequency.
This is the question that gets discussed most often and of course we cannot answer. If a digital water test is done and the pool service company tests to Australian Standards, then only what is required will be added to your pool, in the diagnosed amounts.
Some of the variables around chemicals costs with each pool are:
- Size of pool (a larger pool will require larger amounts of chemical)
- Recent rainfall (can have a large effect due to dilution)
- Bather Load on Pool
- Shaded or Unshaded Pool
- Pool Service Water Testing equipment (dip strips versus electronic testing)
- Gardens and Trees around Pool
- Winter versus summer (Temperature)