Triton Pool Cleaning provides excellent care for your swimming pools and hot tubs with regular maintenance plans to suit your needs

With over 35 years of experience of Swimming Pool & Hot Tub care and maintence

We pride ourselves on quality of service and attention to detail. 

What the average daily clean entails:

Full PH & Acid Water Testing & Treatment 

Removal of all debris in and on the surface of the water,

Scrubbing of waterline,

Underwater surface clean,

Skimmer emptying,

Backwash of filtration system,

Water top-up

Plus a full written record of work including times dates & any water treatments used!!

Unlike many Pool Cleaners we provide you with the exact details of what we have done and when we attended providing you complete reassurance that the job has been done to the highest standard

Special Offer

Save 1000.00 euro a year

We can teach you how to clean & maintain your own pool.

Expert Tuition, Advice & Instructions Plus Back-up if things go wrong!

 We currently service pools in Bedar, Vera, Lubrin, Serena, Turre, Mojacar, Los Gallardos, Cortijo Grande and throughout the Cabrerra Valley.

Contact us for a Free, No Obligation Quote

Triton Pool Cleaning - call 634 326 322

 Why Employ Someone To Clean Your Pool?

Professional Swimming Pool Maintenance is a must for ensuring healthy conditions in swimming pools, hot tubs, plunge pools, and similar recreational water venues. Proper sanitation is needed to maintain the visual clarity of water and to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases


Sanitation methods include filtration to remove pollutants, disinfection to kill infectious microorganisms, swimmer hygiene to minimize the introduction of contaminants into pool water, and regular testing of pool water, including chlorine and pH levels.


The World Health Organization has published international guidelines for the safety of swimming pools and similar recreational-water environments, including standards for minimizing microbial and chemical hazards and Triton Pool Cleaning ensure that these guidelines are followed to ensure your safety.

Contaminants and Disease

Swimming pool contaminants are introduced from environmental sources and swimmers. Affecting primarily outdoor swimming pools, environmental contaminants include windblown dirt and debris, incoming water from unsanitary sources, rain containing microscopic algae spores and droppings from birds possibly harboring disease-causing viruses.

Contaminants introduced by swimmers can dramatically influence the operation of indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Sources include micro-organisms from infected swimmers and body oils including sweat, cosmetics, suntan lotion, urine, saliva and fecal matter. In addition, the interaction between disinfectants and pool water contaminants can produce a mixture of chloramines and other disinfection by-products.

Pathogenic contaminants are of greatest concern in swimming pools as they have been associated with numerous recreational water illnesses (RWIs)

Public health pathogens can be present in swimming pools as viruses, bacteria, protozoa and fungi. Diarrhea is the most commonly reported illness associated with pathogenic contaminants, while other diseases associated with untreated pools are Cryptosporidiosis and Giardiasis. Other illnesses commonly occurring in poorly maintained swimming pools include otitis externa, commonly called swimmers ear, skin rashes and respiratory infections.

Maintenance and Hygiene

Contamination can be minimized by good swimmer hygiene practices such as showering before swimming, not swimming or letting children swim with intestinal disorders. Effective treatments are needed to address contaminants in pool water because preventing the introduction of pool contaminants, pathogenic and non-pathogenic, into swimming pools is impossible

A well-maintained, properly operating pool filtration and re-circulation system is the first barrier in combating contaminants large enough to be filtered. Rapid removal of filterable contaminants reduces the impact on the disinfection system thereby limiting the formation of chloramines, restricting the formation of disinfection by-productand optimizing sanitation effectiveness. To kill pathogens and help prevent recreational water illnesses, pool operators must maintain proper levels of chlorine or another sanitizerd swimmers ear, skin rashes and respiratory infections.

Prevention of diseases in swimming pools and spas

Disease prevention should be a priority for every water quality management program for pool and spa operators. Disinfection is critical to protect against pathogens, and is best managed through routine monitoring and maintenance of chemical feed equipment to ensure optimum chemical levels in accordance with regulations. Ideal chemical parameters include disinfectant levels according to regulated pesticide label directions, pH between 7.2-7.8, total alkalinity of 80-120 ppm and calcium hardness between 200 – 400 ppm


Maintaining an effective concentration of disinfectant is critically important in assuring the safety and health of swimming pool and spa users. When any of these pool chemicals are used, it is very important to keep the pH of the pool in the range 7.2 to 7.8-according to the Langelier Saturation Index, or 7.8 to 8.2- according to the Hamilton Index; higher pH drastically reduces the sanitizing power of the chlorine due to reduced oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), while lower pH causes bather discomfort, especially to the eyes. However, according to the Hamilton Index, a higher pH can reduce unnecessary chlorine consumption while still remaining effective at preventing algae and bacteria growth.

To help ensure the health of bathers and protect pool equipment, it is essential to perform routine monitoring of water quality factors (or "parameters") on a regular basis. This process becomes the essence of an optimum water quality management program

At Triton Pool Cleaning we ensure by regular professional maintenance that your water quality is at it's best, preventing diease or irritation, enhancing the visual effects of your pool to ensure total enjoyment of your facilities and extending the life of your pool.

Many people think that Pool Cleaning is a quick whip round with a net and add some chemicals now and again!

Professional Pool Cleaning and Maintenance is a Science!


The Law

The Current Legal Situation for Private Swimming Pools in Spain

The European Parliament have already passed advisory laws governing pool safety products and procedures relating to both public and private swimming pools.
Currently, these have not yet become enforceable Directives throughout the whole of Europe - i.e. there are local Spanish pool safety laws and EU pool safety directives & guidelines, but as yet, there are no EU wide laws in place.
However, the fact that Spanish Law (
Article 34, Decreto 212/2005) governing pool fencing around communal pools is now starting to be enforced throughout the Canary Islands, along with the Spanish Governments commitment to adopt the ECSA's Water Safety Guidelines, it is highly likely that similar laws will soon be put in place with regard to private pools.

Currently under Spanish law, if the unthinkable did happen, a child loses his/her life, you as the owner of the property would be held liable. A full investigation would take place to establish the circumstances surrounding the child’s death and the percentage of liability you carry.
As a swimming pool owner, it is your responsibility to provide a safe, healthy environment for your own family and for people who come into contact with the pool.
If you rent your property out for holidays,

pool safety is something you cannot afford to ignore.

Pool safety starts the moment your guests come through the gate.
Triton PoolCleaning ensures the quality of your Pool water to provide that safe environment, we can also advise and install fencing and gates to ensure legal compliance, just call for a FREE, No obligation quote.

 Spainsh National Regulations 



Recirculation timing
Paddle pools: 1 hour.
Vessel´s depth lower than 1, 40 m: 2 hours.
Vessel’s depth lower than 1, 40 m: 4 hours.
6,8 – 8
Free chlorine
0,4 – 1,5 ppm
Total chlorine
0,3 mg/l
Isocyanides acid
75 mg/l
<= 0,3 mg/l
< 4 mg 02 /l
<= 0,5 mg/l
< 10 mg/l
0,3 mg/l


 Contact Us

Triton Pool Cleaning - 634 326 322 or Email us via our Contact Page

Triton Pools' Staff comply with guidelines provided by the following organisations 


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