Pool and Equipment Adjustment Chandler AZ
Automatic pool cleaner repairs
Automatic pool cleaners are controlled by minicomputers and are independent of the filter and the pool pump system. Even when your filter and pump are off or dirty, you can use your automatic pool cleaner to vacuum the floor of your pool, even when it is filled to the brim with water. Brands such as Dolphin, Dirt Devil, Aquavac, Aquatron, and Aquabot all help to make life a little bit easier and more convenient for swimming pool owners.
Each device includes a drive motor, a pump motor, an internal motor, and a belt-driven rover. Having an automatic pool cleaner is a quick and convenient way of cleaning your pool anytime you feel like it. All the vacuuming is done by the pump motor and this essential part also connects the suction close to the wall and the floor. The driver motor is connected to the belts and pulleys, propelling the cleaner forward or backward.
Low voltage is what gets your automatic pool cleaner operating. You get the advantages of getting a filter and a vacuum all in one. The fine mesh internal debris bag traps dirt and grime particles as fine as two microns. This reduces the workload for your chemicals and filter. You can usually rely on this nifty little gadget to be up and running the minute you turn it on.
From time to time, automatic pool cleaners will refuse to clean the entire pool upon demand, refuse to turn on, or refuse to move. Our team can repair your automatic pool cleaner and check it for inconsistencies as soon as you let us have a look at it. For any automatic pool cleaner parts and repair that you need, all you need is to give us a call.
Pool light repairs/replacement
Pool lights are both an aesthetic feature and a safety feature. The glimmer of the lovely glowing swimming pool light during the evenings in the summer or the dusk is just as relaxing to watch as the sunset. On the other hand, once you notice random dimness or flickering, you will need to have your pool light checked by any of our expert technicians. Replacing or repairing your pool light is not going to be difficult. There may not need to be a need to drain your entire pool just to repair a fixture or replace a light bulb. There are, however, serious dangers involved in working with water and electricity. Thus, a certified professional pool light expert is highly recommended.
Naturally, your pool will lose water due to evaporation, backwash wastewater, or splash-outs. You will also gain more water each time it rains. A good rule of thumb to find out whether plumbing leaks are occurring is to check and see if you are adding more than two inches of water per week to your pool. If this is the case, you may have a leak that is worth giving us a call for.
Pools are meant to be watertight but with deteriorating sealants, wearing out and pool shifting, pools can leak through any of the plumbing, accessories, fittings, or even right through the shell. It is important to repair a leak as soon as you detect one. This not only saves chemicals, heat, and water but also helps you prevent undermining components of the pool structure and washing away of fill dirt that supports the pool deck and the pool walls.
This highly specialized industry branch is something we are trained to do. While other pool experts claim that they are also leak experts, our years of experience in Chandler, Arizona puts you in good hands. The moment you suspect a leak, check to see if you detect the same leak with the equipment off or just when the equipment is on. If you are feeling unsure, give us a call and we can all the equipment for your convenience.
Pumps and Motors
The heart of your swimming pool's circulation system is a pool pump and motor. It is thus essential that you get the right one for the type of pool you have in Chandler, Arizona. You need a pump and motor that provides you with the energy usage and strength that matches the pool you have. Pumps need to have sufficient horsepower to turn your pool water over within a reasonable time frame. It should, however, not overwhelm the system of filtration. You get more power from a stronger pump and this may be more expensive to maintain. Depending on what size your swimming pool is, bigger may not always be better. A pump and motor are supposed to circulate all your pool water through the system of filtration in around eight hours. If your pump is not doing this consistently or if the pump and motor are emitting a strange sound that was not there before, give us a call and we can send our expert team of technicians to your pool for a thorough check-up and repair.
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