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Aloha Desert Pools – Disclosure & Check List
Pool Draining & Chemical Service (Acid Wash or Chlorine Bath)
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MUST READ – CUSTOMER ASSUMES ALL LIABILITY ASSOCIATED WITH POOL DRAINING AND CHEMICAL CLEANING SERVICE. By allowing Aloha Desert Pools to drain and acid or chlorine wash your pool, you, the customer is agreeing you have read the disclosure below and assume all liability for the outcome of your pool structure and surface.
By allowing Aloha Desert Pools to drain your pool, you have read and agree to the disclosure below. Draining and chemically cleaning your pool comes with risk that you assume all liability for.
Pool Drain, Acid Wash, Tile Cleaning, and Chlorine Bath Disclosure:
Waiver and Release of Liability Draining of Swimming Pool/Spa
Customer acknowledges that by reading the contents of this waiver and release of liability, CUSTOMER is aware that certain of the following problems can arise from draining a swimming pool/spa and is accepting responsibility of the potential issues that can arise from draining the pool/spa.
POOL WATER DRAIN DISCLOSURE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENT
By allowing Aloha Desert Pools to plug in the submersible pump to start and complete your swimming pool drain, you are agreeing this disclosure in its entirety. This disclosure applies to all pool/spa draining, chlorine or acid washes, tile cleaning and any work done while your swimming pool or spa are empty.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS STATEMENT IS TO PROVIDE YOU, THE CUSTOMER, WITH INFORMATION CONCERNING THE DRAINING FOR MAINTENANCE OF
SWIMMING POOL WATER. DURING THIS PROCEDURE, THERE ARE CERTAIN RISKS THAT ARE NOT NORMALLY ASSOCIATED WITH DAY-TO-DAY POOL
MAINTENANCE, AND WHICH ARE NOT WITHIN THE CONTROL OF THE PERSON DRAINING YOUR POOL. THIS LETTER IS DESIGNED TO INFORM YOU
OF SOME OF THE RISKS AND POSSIBLE RESULTS OF THE POOL DRAINING PROCESS. DRAINING: Periodic draining of swimming pool water is a common maintenance practice. It is routinely performed to remove water that has become hard or laden with excessive minerals, or to perform needed maintenance, cleaning or repairs to a pool. Normally, removal of water from a pool causes no problems. However, there are a few things that can happen of which you should be aware. When the water is removed, the pool is exposed to the heat of the sun and air, the pool may rise out of the ground, a condition often caused by hydrostatic pressure (i.e., too much water in the soil). Once exposed to the air, tile may loosen or fall off; the pool surface can shrink, expand, crack, blister, flake or pop off, etc. These problems can occur, and are beyond the control of the person who has simply “drained the water”. Customer agrees to accept all consequences of having drained the pool regardless of why the pool is being drained. Original pool builder could void warranty. The discharge water remains the property and responsibility of the Customer along with all consequences and effects the water may cause. No warranty is given by the service contractor or the service individual covering any conditions resulting from the pool being drained. Restrictions on disposal of water from swimming pools vary from city to city; it is the customer’s responsibility to approve disposal location and procedures. After draining and/or work has been completed it is the customer’s responsibility to contact your water company to arrange for the refill of the pool with water.
Aloha Desert Pools is not responsible for the drain clean-out overflowing or any flooding as a result of the draining process. It is the customers responsibility to locate the sewer clean outs on the property. Keep pool light OFF until the pool is filled again. (it can explode) Please make sure to keep your pool pump turned off. Please do NOT allow children or others near the pool. It is the customers responsibility to turn off the hose filling the pool to prevent it from overflowing.
BY ALLOWING US TO PLUG IN THE PUMP YOU ARE ACKNOWLEDGING THAT YOU HAVE READ, AGREE AND UNDERSTOOD
THE RISKS AND OTHER INFORMATION DISCLOSED ABOVE, AND THAT THE ABOVE LISTED PROBLEMS MAY OCCUR
By allowing Aloha Desert Pools to start your pool draining, you have read this document in its entirety and agree to its terms and liability.
Once you agree to the above waiver, here is a checklist to help you with the process:
- Customer has read and agrees to the above waiver and assumes all responsibility of draining your pool and/or spa.
- Customer to identify where sewer clean-out is located to use for draining your pool per city recommendation.
- Customer to please ensure clear access to gate and pool equipment for our equipment and technician.
- Aloha Desert Pools will set up the pump to drain your pool in deep end of pool and run hose to your sewer clean-out.
- When pool is nearly empty, drain pump has auto-off. Occasionally it will continue to run, Customer can unplug from outlet, but please leave pump in pool and hose running to clean-out.
- Notify Aloha Desert Pools when your pool is empty
- Please leave all Aloha Desert Pools equipment/pump in place as will use it for clean up.
- Aloha Desert Pools will return to perform cleaning service (chlorine bath, acid wash, bead and/or blasting)
- Once cleaning is complete, Aloha Desert Pools will start pool filling with customers hose.
- Customer to notify Aloha Desert Pools when pool is full and turn off hose.
- Aloha Desert Pools will return for final clean up and start up of chemicals and equipment.
If you have questions during the process you can call/text 480-625-8794 or email Aloha@AlohaDesertPools.com
Aloha Desert Pools provides weekly pool service, pool draining, chlorine baths, acid washes, bead blasting, tile cleaning and repairs in Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Queen Creek, Gold Canyon, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Ahwatukee and East Mesa.
3317 S. Higley Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85297
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