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BANGKOK 16 February 2019 07:19
Phil_ne_uk

How much do you pay for monthly pool maintenance in Pattaya?

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I’m just trying to find out the going rate for having a pool cleaned in East Pattaya. Also a bit of gardening work when required?

 

How much are you paying and how many times a month is the pool cleaned?

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Natives are normally around 1500 to 2000 p/mth.

depending on size and who buys the chemicals.

90% know F all about water balance and just act like robots.

 

Salt system pools are streets ahead in keeping clean.

 

I could teach you if ya not too lazy for a couple of grand baht!!

I have company & W/P as well.:jap:

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10 hours ago, Bagwain said:

Natives are normally around 1500 to 2000 p/mth.

depending on size and who buys the chemicals.

90% know F all about water balance and just act like robots.

 

Salt system pools are streets ahead in keeping clean.

 

I could teach you if ya not too lazy for a couple of grand baht!!

I have company & W/P as well.:jap:

Thanks for your reply. Yes I agree about the robots, lol

 

I know exactly how to maintain a pool after maintaining mine for almost 7 years before I saw the light and returned to the UK! 

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I have paid 1500b/month for the past 9 years, which includes maintenance and chemicals.

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how often would they show up for vacuum cleaning in a month for 1500b/month?

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On 12/7/2018 at 10:49 AM, chaihot said:

I have paid 1500b/month for the past 9 years, which includes maintenance and chemicals.

1st must be a small pool. 2nd the only chemicals in that price would be 90% trichlor. How is the grout? No existent I would bet!! I call B/S.  

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On 1/19/2019 at 5:20 PM, Bagwain said:

1st must be a small pool. 2nd the only chemicals in that price would be 90% trichlor. How is the grout? No existent I would bet!! I call B/S.  

Yes, 90% trichlor is acidic and will destroy the grout within a few years. 

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On 1/19/2019 at 4:20 AM, Bagwain said:

1st must be a small pool. 2nd the only chemicals in that price would be 90% trichlor. How is the grout? No existent I would bet!! I call B/S.  

Yes, we drained and re-grouted this year (as well as changed lights).

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On 3/19/2018 at 8:49 AM, Bagwain said:

Natives are normally around 1500 to 2000 p/mth.

depending on size and who buys the chemicals.

90% know F all about water balance and just act like robots.

 

Salt system pools are streets ahead in keeping clean.

 

I could teach you if ya not too lazy for a couple of grand baht!!

I have company & W/P as well.:jap:

Shame you didn't have more respect for the 'natives' of your adopted country. 'Natives' - unbelievable!!

Pith helmets and tiffin come to mind.

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5 hours ago, emptypockets said:

Shame you didn't have more respect for the 'natives' of your adopted country. 'Natives' - unbelievable!!

Pith helmets and tiffin come to mind.

You must have a lisp!! Keyboard warrior comes to mind!! 

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