Whether you are planning on opening your pool for the summer or completely renovating your swimming pool, let Rising Sun Pools be your go to resource for pool services!
Keep reading to learn about the kind of service and maintenance Rising Sun Pools can provide, and fill out the Service Request form to request service for your pool or spa!
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Rising Sun Pools is committed to helping our customers feel as safe as possible around their pools. In April 2016, the electrical code changed to include new regulations for independently bonded electrical equipment and GFCI protection for all aspects of your pool system.
To help ensure that all our customers are up to code, Rising Sun Pools is offering continuity tests with licensed electricians. This test will ensure that your ladders, rails, water, lights, and any other conductive electrical pool equipment meets new standards.
For more information, click the image to download our electrical safety guide or schedule your appointment below today!
One of the most stressful parts of owning the pool of your dreams can come in the form of cleaning and maintenance. Regular pool maintenance not only keeps your water clean, but can extend the life of your pool as well! Rising Sun Pools can complete pool maintenance on a regular basis, or help get your backyard oasis looking perfect before your next party or event!
With Rising Sun Pools, you don’t have to lift a finger to keep your pool maintained! Choose from weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or one-time pool cleaning services. Our complete pool maintenance services include:
Did you know that the media in filters should be changed every 4-5 season when opening your pool? Or that the salt cell should always be cleaned before the first swim of the season? Opening your pool is the most important maintenance activity you will do all season, make sure you get it right by letting Rising Sun Pools take care of the hassle for you!
As a part of our pool opening services, our Raleigh-based Rising Sun Pools will:
When cold weather’s around the corner, it’s time to call Rising Sun Pools. Our seasonal pool closing services will keep your swimming pool protected through the fall and winter so when the temperature warms back up, you’ll be ready. During our pool closing visit, our Raleigh-area technicians will:
Don’t see the pool service you’re looking for? Our Garner and Raleigh, NC pool maintenance pros provide many specialty services, including:
Did you know that your motor is the most likely part of your system to break? Do you know what to do if your hot tub starts leaking? Rising Sun Pools is proud to not only sell hot tubs, but be your trusted partner in repairs and maintenance should any part of your tub break. Our team of experienced technicians have years of experience working with a wide variety of tubs, so they are uniquely prepared to quickly diagnose your issue and make repairs!
Rising Sun Pools is proud to offer repair services for all types of hot tubs and spas (excluding jetted indoor tubs). Repair services include:
If you’re considering a new vinyl liner for your in-ground pool, let Rising Sun Pools help with this transition. With over 45 years of experience, Rising Sun Pools specializes in making vinyl in-ground liner replacements as painless as possible.
Vinyl in-ground liner replacement includes the following:
Contact us today to request a quote - all quotes are based on the features of your individual pool so please be ready with:
Call us at 919-851-9700 and let one of our pool specialists help you find the perfect liner to bring your project together!
If it’s time to test your water, let Rising Sun Pools make the process simple with our Drop & Go program. Drop & Go is the Triangle’s easiest pool treatment and testing service, featuring 24/7 convenience and no need for an appointment!
Here’s how it works:
It’s that easy to ensure that your pool is a clean and well maintained escape!
If you have had your concrete or vinyl swimming pool for over 15 years, it may be time to upgrade pool shape, features or equipment. Even simple changes like a salt system upgrades, new equipment, plumbing, and lighting can change the look and feel of your pool and return your backyard escape!
Contact Rising Sun Pools today to find out how we can keep you swimming for years to come!
Although we have not had severely cold weather yet, in North Carolina cold weather can strike at any time! We hope this is a guide you can save for when that cold weather pops up unexpectedly.
Here at Rising Sun Pools, we wanted to go over how to best protect your pool during thesefrigid winter months. Winterizing and covering your pool for the winter months is the only way to truly protect your equipment from freeze damage. If you chose to leave your pool open and your equipment operating over the winter then under normal winter conditions, water moving through pool equipment should not freeze. If your equipment is freeze protection enabled then it should perform as advertised to protect your system from freezing. Freeze protection will not protect lines that are not open and running such as lines for water features, sheer decent, slide lines and patio jets. These lines can be winterized independently from the rest of your pool equipmentand is strongly recommended.
Our normal recommendation, if you keep your pool running during the winter, is to set your timers so that the equipment runs overnight and is off during the day when temperatures are more likely to be above freezing. If you have freeze protection it will turn your equipment on during any times it is set to be off if the temperature drops below freezing (the freezing temperature your system is typically set to is 36-38). If staying open and running freeze protection should be set to highest speed when prolonged (sub-freezing) temps are forecasted.
We do not usually experience prolonged freezing temperatures like many do in other parts of the country and we do advise customers that this is to be done at their own risk. An unexpected loss of power or equipment failure can be disastrous for your pool and spa equipment during periods of freezing temperatures.
In the event of a deep freeze, like we experienced in years past, we strongly suggest you either cover and winterize your equipment in the fall and open it back up in early spring or simply winterize all of your equipment during our lowest temperatures between mid-December and the beginning of March.
You are never required to cover your pool. But, the longer your pool sits stagnant and exposed to sunlight, the more debris will get into the pool and more likely algae will grow, therefore, causing a more difficult spring clean-up.
At a minimum, we again encourage you to winterize individual lines that are more prone to freeze damage, like water features (sheer descents, rock waterfalls and patio jets), slides and certain types of spillover spas.
If your pool is not winterized, and you experience a loss of power during freezing temperatures, the pool equipment will typically go undamaged if it is not running for a few hours. However, if a power failure is prolonged, or you are concerned the loss of power will result in freeze damage, then we recommend the following:
Please contact us with any questions regarding your pool and our winterization recommendations. To schedule your winterization or repairs, please call 919-851-9700 x225