Frequently Asked Question on Calcium Cleaning

Looking for information on calcium cleaning? Here’s everything you need to know about this common household issue! Calcium deposits can build up in your plumbing, appliances, and fixtures, causing a range of problems from reduced water flow to corrosion. In this article, we’ll answer some of the most frequently asked questions about calcium cleaning, including what causes calcium buildup, how to identify it, and the most effective cleaning methods. Whether you’re a homeowner looking to prevent calcium buildup or you’re dealing with stubborn deposits already, we’ve got you covered with expert tips and advice. So read on to learn more about calcium cleaning and how to keep your home in top condition!

 In addition to calcium removal and tile repair we also specialize in power washing.  This is a great way to bring life back into an old deck or clean stains off natural stone.  As part of our power washing service we also seal your deck to help preserve and protect that natural luster.  See our gallery for a deck we serviced in Woodland Hills.

For those in fire affected areas these services can be used to treat damaged caused by soot and related debris.

Our operation is 100% safe and there are no harmful chemicals used in our process.  In most cases we recommend letting the system run through one full cycle to remove any leftover debris.  In cases of excessive calcium buildup, it can take several days for the pool to be ready for use.  This is not the norm and we will be sure to discuss follow-up procedures at the end of our service.

The cleaning time can vary from job to job. Typically a cleaning will range from 3-6 hours.  Naturally larger pools or tile with excessive buildup will take longer.

Material used varies based on the type of tile you have in your pool.  For ceramic tile I use a solid media that will be vacuumed out as part of the tile cleaning service.  For glass tile I use a salt media that breaks down naturally in the pool with no ill effect to pool pH.