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The #1 Choice
In Central FL

Pool Cleaning, Repair, Remodel

Sea Breeze Pools is a veteran owned & operated business with an outstanding Google, Facebook, and BBB business rating. We've been serving the Central Florida community for nearly 20 years with exceptional customer service.

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About Us

a clean pool that is maintained by the Sea Breeze Pool team in Windermere, FL.
The Sea Breeze Pool team that cleans pools in Central Florida.

The benefits of a clean and properly functioning pool are why homeowners all over Central Florida are choosing Sea Breeze as their preferred pool cleaning, pool repair, and pool remodeling company. With nearly 20 years of experience and thousands of happy customers – our team has built a reputation with our White Glove approach to pool maintenance in Orange, Seminole, and Lake counties as the #1 choice for all of your pool treatment needs.


Whether you're looking to replace old pool equipment, hire a weekly pool cleaning service, or remodel your existing pool, our mission is to serve our Orlando community with honesty & integrity every step of the way. We know the importance of trusting the contractors that you hire – that's why Sea Breeze Pools has a customer satisfaction guarantee.

Sea Breeze is the top rated pool maintenance company in Orlando. If you don't believe us, you can read the reviews of our previous and current customers. Our team of dedicated pool experts will work with you to create a pool cleaning routine, equipment diagnostic, or pool remodel that fits your needs.


Did you know that we are also a veteran owned business? Sea Breeze Pools Owner, Sean Flanagan is a retired Navy veteran – so he knows the importance of accountability, organization, and commitment to trust.

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Common FAQ

  • How to Shock a Pool in 4 Easy Steps
    Test your water's pH and chlorine levels using a testing kit. Add the appropriate amount of shock treatment to your pool based on its size and current condition. Distribute the shock evenly across the pool surface using a brush or by pouring it around the perimeter. Allow the shock to circulate and work for several hours or as instructed on the product packaging before swimming.
  • How to get my pool to the proper pH and chlorine level?
    Test your pool water regularly using a testing kit. Adjust pH levels using pH increaser or pH decreaser as needed to maintain a range of 7.2 to 7.6. Add chlorine to your pool using chlorine tablets, liquid chlorine, or a chlorine generator to maintain a level between 1.0 and 3.0 parts per million (ppm).
  • What are the best ways to fix cloudy pool water?
    Ensure proper filtration and circulation by running the pool pump regularly. Shock the pool to eliminate contaminants and organic matter. Brush and vacuum the pool walls and floor to remove debris. Use a clarifier or flocculant to help particles clump together for easier removal by the filter.
  • How difficult is it to maintain a swimming pool?
    Pool maintenance can vary in difficulty depending on factors like pool size, equipment quality, and environmental conditions. With regular testing, cleaning, and maintenance tasks, keeping a pool clean and properly balanced can be manageable for most homeowners. However, it does require consistent attention and effort.
  • Why is my pool always low on chlorine?
    Factors such as sunlight exposure, high temperatures, heavy pool usage, and organic contaminants can deplete chlorine levels more rapidly. Ensuring proper filtration, shock treatments, and maintaining the recommended chlorine level can help address this issue.
  • Can a pool turn yellow from too much chlorine?
    Yes, excessive chlorine levels can cause pool water to turn yellow due to the formation of chloramines, especially when combined with organic matter like sweat or urine. This condition is commonly known as "chlorine lock."
  • How do I maintain my swimming pool after renovation?
    Follow any specific maintenance instructions provided by your pool renovation contractor. Test water chemistry regularly and adjust as needed. Monitor the condition of newly applied finishes or equipment for any signs of damage or wear.
  • How do I know if a pool store is selling me chemicals I don't need?
    Educate yourself on basic pool chemistry and maintenance to understand your pool's needs. Be wary of overselling or aggressive marketing tactics. Consider getting a second opinion or using a trusted testing kit to verify the recommendations provided by the store. Stick to purchasing only the chemicals you know are necessary based on your pool's test results and maintenance requirements.
  • How many types of pool repairs are there?
    Pool repairs can be broadly categorized into several types, including but not limited to: Structural repairs (e.g., cracks, leaks) Equipment repairs (e.g., pump, filter, heater) Plumbing repairs (e.g., leaks, clogs) Surface repairs (e.g., resurfacing, tile repair) Electrical repairs (e.g., lighting, control systems)
  • What are the most common pool repair issues in Orlando?
    Common pool repair issues in Orlando include: Cracks in the pool shell or deck due to ground shifting or aging. Leaks in plumbing or equipment. Malfunctioning pumps, filters, or heaters. Wear and tear on pool surfaces or tiles. Electrical issues with lighting or control systems.
  • What are Tips to Know Before Opting for Pool Heater Repair?
    Determine if the repair is covered under warranty. Consult with a professional to assess the extent of the issue and whether repair or replacement is the best option. Consider the age and condition of the heater to decide if investing in repairs is cost-effective compared to a new unit. Ensure the repair technician is experienced and certified to work on your specific type of pool heater.
  • How do you replace a swimming pool pump seal?
    Turn off the power to the pump. Disconnect the pump from the plumbing. Disassemble the pump housing to access the seal. Remove the old seal and clean the area. Install the new seal, ensuring it is properly seated. Reassemble the pump housing and reconnect the plumbing. Test the pump for leaks and proper operation.
  • What does no flow mean on a pool heater?
    "No flow" on a pool heater typically indicates that there is insufficient water flow through the heater. This could be due to a clogged filter, closed valves, or a malfunctioning pump. It's essential to address this issue promptly to prevent damage to the heater.
  • How do you repair the leaking pump in your pool?
    Identify the source of the leak, which could be a cracked housing, loose fittings, or a damaged seal. Replace any damaged components or tighten fittings as needed. If the leak persists, consider replacing the pump or consulting with a professional for further diagnosis and repair.
  • How do you replace a pool pump yourself?
    Turn off power to the pump. Disconnect the pump from the plumbing. Remove the old pump from its mounting base. Install the new pump, ensuring it is securely mounted and aligned with the plumbing connections. Reconnect the plumbing and electrical connections. Prime the pump and test it for proper operation.
  • Why is my pool pump running dry, but there are no leaks?
    A pool pump may run dry even without visible leaks if there is air entering the system, causing a loss of prime. This could be due to a suction leak in the plumbing, a damaged pump lid o-ring, or a clogged impeller. Inspect the system thoroughly to identify and address the source of the air entry.
  • How to choose a reputable pool renovation service provider?
    Research local pool renovation companies and read reviews from past customers. Verify the company's credentials, such as licenses, insurance, and certifications. Ask for referrals from friends, family, or neighbors who have undergone pool renovations. Schedule consultations with multiple providers to discuss your project and compare proposals. Choose a company with experience, a good reputation, and a commitment to customer satisfaction.
  • Is it Worth Resurfacing a Pool?
    Yes, resurfacing a pool is often worth it to restore its appearance, structural integrity, and functionality. Resurfacing can extend the lifespan of the pool and enhance its value, making it a worthwhile investment for homeowners.
  • What's the Difference Between Resurfacing & Replastering a Pool?
    Resurfacing involves completely redoing the pool's interior surface, which may include removing the old finish and applying a new one, such as plaster, pebble, or tile. Replastering specifically refers to applying a new layer of plaster to the existing surface of the pool, typically as part of the resurfacing process.
  • What is a resurfacing job for a pool?
    A resurfacing job for a pool involves renewing the pool's interior surface to address issues such as cracks, stains, roughness, or deterioration. This can include applying new plaster, pebble, quartz, or tile finishes to enhance the pool's aesthetics and durability.
  • What is the best swimming pool finish?
    The best swimming pool finish depends on factors such as budget, aesthetics, durability, and maintenance preferences. Popular options include plaster, pebble, quartz, and tile finishes, each offering unique characteristics in terms of appearance and longevity.
  • What is the process of a complete pool renovation?
    A complete pool renovation typically involves several steps, including: Draining the pool and inspecting its structure. Repairing any cracks, leaks, or damage. Resurfacing the pool's interior with a new finish. Upgrading or replacing equipment such as pumps, filters, and heaters. Enhancing the pool's aesthetics with features like waterfalls, lighting, or decking.
  • What are the 3 Best Pool Resurfacing Materials?
    Pebble Tec Quartz Glass Bead
  • What are Pool Resurfacing Options That Won't Break the Bank?
    Traditional plaster Vinyl liner Paint

Why Choose Us

Central Florida pool cleaning experts - Sea Breeze Pools

Licensed & Insured

We are your licensed, insured, reliable and affordable option for pool cleaning, repair, and remodel.

Veteran Owned

We are proud to be a Veteran Owned & Operated local Orlando company. 

No Hassle Estimates

We are happy to provide anyone with a hassle-free custom quote for any pool project in Central Florida. 

White Glove Service

We provide an elevated level of care & attention to detail like no other. 

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Areas We Serve

Orange County

Looking for a dependable pool servicing company in Orange County? You've come to the right place!

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Seminole County

We have hundreds of happy clients in Seminole County. We're happy to give you a free consult today!

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Lake County

Serving our neighbors in Lake County with high-quality pool cleaning services. 

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