Just like homes and cars, swimming pools need regular restoration to stay in top shape. Try to remember that the improvements you make to your swimming pool can save you money in the long run and stress in the short run.
If a problem is left unfixed, it can cost you a lot more money in the long term to completely replace a piece of equipment rather than just repairing it. Having your equipment checked regularly means technicians will have a better chance of picking up issues with your equipment before they become worse.
It can also help keep maintenance costs down. A regular service and equipment check will give the technician the opportunity to check for unbalanced water or ineffective or broken equipment.