Equipment Repair and Troubleshooting
Your equipment will not last forever. Eventually it will require maintenace or repair and sometimes it breaks down and takes some investigation.
There are all kinds of problems your equipment can have. The best way to avoid problems is to pay close attention to your equipment. The sooner you get a problem the better off you are. If a problem goes on for a long time it can cause a who range of other problems to occour. If you keep all of your equipment in good working order, you should have no problem keeping your water clear.
Repairing Pool Equipment
- The Swimming Pool Pump is the part of the pool that makes the water
flow through the pipes. Without proper circulation, none of the pool
equipment would be any good. You have to run water through the
equipment to make it work. This is what the pump does. Most pool
problems have something to do with the bad operation of a pump.
- The Swimming Pool Filter is the part of the pool system that grabs
particles as the water is flowing through it. This purifies the water
and removes cloudiness. If your pool is cloudy or the water isn't
flowing and your pump is working fine, then you might need help with
Chlorinators - There are many types of Chlorinators. Some float on your pool surface, others remain in your skimmer and more advanced chlorinators are installed directly into the PVC. They are essential to making sure that your pool recieves regular chlorine or disinfectant. Lack of disinfectant will cause your pool to have lots of problems. The water will not stay pure.
Heaters - The purpose of a heater is to heat the water and as a heater gets old and rusted it gets harder for it to do that. SMall parts are easier to deteriorate in hot water so haveing a heater will mean more maintenence will be needed for your pool.
Salt Water Systems - Salt Water systems need to be cleaned regularly and they go out every few yea. It is important to pay attention to your salt level, your PH and the information on yor controls. When it needs service clean it right away
Vacuums - Automaitc vacuums have lots of small expensive parts which need to be replaced from time to time. Usually with about 30 minutes of troubleshooting you can find out which part needs to be replaced. Be careful, if you break a small part you might ahve to pay a pretty penny.
Timers - If the timer goes out on your pool you will not get regular circulation which will lead to chemical problems and algae. Check to make sure your timer is going on correctly from time to time.
Control Centers - Control Centers are the life of a complex pool system. THey require frequent maintenance and if they get water damage replacements can be costly. Take care of your control center.
Pool Equipment RepairCool Pool Guys will help you find the right professional for your kind of equipment. Please call us wth the information and serial numbers for your equipment. If you make our job easier it will end up being cheaper for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Commercial and Residential pool services are available throughout San Diego and San Bernardino Counties and surrounding areas, including pool service to San Diego, North Park, Hillcrest, Point Loma, Old Town, Bay Park, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, PB, OB, UTC, Clairemont, Mission Beach, Mission Bay, The Beaches, La Mesa, Chula Vista, La Jolla, Soledad Mountain, Del Mar, Poway, Santee, Helendale, Silver Lakes, Barstow, Hinkley, Barstow, Oro Grande, Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, Phelan, Mojave, Needles, and other nearby surrounding areas.
Contact Cool Pool Guys to receive a free, no obligation estimate for your swimming pool’s monthly swimming pool and spa maintenance, cleaning, and repair.
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