Eventually you have to replace equipment. SOmetimes one thing other time more than one thing. It is important to have the right professional installing your equipment. That’s why Cool Pool Guys can find your the best contractor for those large jobs and get the smaller ones done at a very low cost. Installing new equipment takes a lot of care and needs to be done right.
|When are you Ready for New Equipment? Pumps – There are various kinds of pumps to choose from. These days it’s best to go with a good brand which might cost slightly more but will last much longer. Pumps with variable speeds and built in timers can save you a lot of money and various government organizations and energy customers will even give you rebates for installing the right pump. Filters – Depending on the size of your pool you will have to get the appropriate filter. You can get a sand filter, a cartridge filter, or a DE filter. These three major types of filters have various uses. In a system that clogs a lot a cartridge filter is best. In most other cases a DE filter is best for cost and it’s ability to catch very small particles. Sand Filters are mostly used for commercial pools. Chlorinators – A chlorinator will help to keep your pool in good shape by adding chlorine better to your pool than a traditional floater. It only has to be added to periodically. This is a low cost no-brainer for a nice pool. |
Heaters – Most heaters this day use gas. They are expensive and effective. The size of heater you get depends on how hot you want your water. Are you going to heat the entire pool or just the spa?
Salt Water Systems– Salt water systems put a small amount of salt into the pool. This salt is converted into chlorine by splitting the salt molecule into atoms. You can keep a lower level of chlorine in these pools an most say that it’s combines with the salt to make the water very easy on your eyes.
Vacuums – An automatic vacuum will allow your pool to stay free of leaves and dust on the floor as long as the vacuum is running. This is highly recommended if you clean your pool less than every week. These will protect fro algae and add the the general quality of your pool circulation.
Timers – One of the most important parts of the pool system is the timer. Some pools have control systems but all that is usually needed is a simple timer. Even the most disciplined will not be there every day to circulate and filter the pool water for the right amount of time. With a pool consistency is key if you want o avoid algae. Always keep your timer running well.
Control Centers – More complex pool systems with remote controls use complicated control centers. They can control everything from your water temperature to the jets in your spa. With electronics seamless control and programming of functions is available.
|Cool Pool Guys will find you the proper pool professional in your area for and installation. If we can’t do it we know someone who can and we will make it happen for you.|
|Links Pool Guy – Wikipedia.org||FAQ Frequently Asked Questions Can I install a pump myself ?|
Yes you can, the question is do you want to risk messing something else us an having to install new parts elsewhere? That is us to you. You can call us and we will give you advice. Maybe help you find out if you are ready to do it yourself. How do I get a free quote?
Call Matt at (619) 312-4440. You can also send us an e-mail at email@example.com. We will get back to you as soon as possible to set up a time to look at your pool .
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