Pool Equipment and Parts Replacement Bakersfield, CA
If one piece of pool equipment is not working properly it will throw off the efficiency of all the parts from working together to keep your pool clean and sanitary. Sometimes it's not worth repairing your pool filter, pool pump, or pool heater. If that particular part of equipment is old, or seems to constantly need attention, we advise our clients to replace a pool part or the entire pool equipment. Due to the fact that we've been in business so long, we have relationships with major wholesalers that allow us to purchase pool equipment at highly discounted rates. We're happy to pass that savings along to our customers. That's our competitive advantage. We can handle all your pool's needs with better quality standards and lower prices than if you tried to do it yourself.
Pool Filter Replacement
Whether you use a Sand Filter, Cartridge Filter, or Diatomaceous Earth (DE) Filter, the time will come for it to be replaced. If you see deposits of sand on the bottom of your pool, or you see small pieces of debris that your filter would normally catch, or your pool water just seems to be cloudier than usual, these are tell-tale signs of a filter in need of cleaning, repair or replacement all together. If those symptoms continue to happen even after the filter was supposedly cleaned and repaired, it is more economical to go the replacement route.
Pool Pump Replacement
We in the pool service business call the pool pump, "The Heart of the Pool," because it's responsible for pushing your pool water through the pipes and your filtration system just as your heart pumps blood throughout your body. Within the pool pump, there's a few components working together such as the motor, the impeller, and a basket to catch small debris. Most of the time, we can just replace one of those mechanisms and you're all set. But if your pump has come to a full stop and it's 10-15 years old, it's probably a good idea to replace the pump all together. A good pool pump isn't cheap either. If you were to go to a pool supply retail store, you should expect to spend around $800 for a decent pump that should last at least 10 years. We can most likely get that same pump for half the cost and expertly install it for you.
Pool Heater Replacement
It may sound crazy to some people for a pool to have a pool heater when it's always sunny and hot. Even on the hottest days, some pools stay on the colder side. An icy pool of water may sound heavenly if you've been working outside in the sun all day, but our customers tell us they still can't enjoy their pool when the water is too cold. A functioning pool heater really does make all the difference. Just getting the pool temperature up to 75 degrees will be refreshing from the heat, but not so cold that you can't stay in the water for more than a few minutes. Some of the more common pool heater issues we've run into are rust, corrosion, and rodents chewing through the wiring. Whatever the case may be, your pool technician will thoroughly inspect the heater to diagnose the issue, provide you with pricing to fix or to replace the heater, and let you make an informed decision on how to proceed. Older heaters tend to break down quite a bit so if yours is 10 years or older, it's going to be more cost effective in the long run to replace it. Because you're using a respected and honest pool maintenance service like us you can feel confident you're getting an honest expert opinion, and a fair price for full replacement.
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