How to Know When You Need a Pool Filter Replacement
There are several signs that indicate your pool filter is in need of a replacement. One common sign indicating that your filter is going bad is that it requires too much cleaning. Over time, your filter’s media, whether it’s sand, DE powder, or a cartridge, will begin to break down, leading to clogs. If you’re backwashing your filter on a weekly basis, that’s a good sign that the filter needs to be replaced
Another sign indicating that your filter is on its way out is that it’s failing to keep your pool water clear. Cloudy water may indicate that your filter is to blame. Our experienced specialists will evaluate your filter to determine if it’s responsible for this problem. In the event that your filter is the source of your issue, we’ll replace it for you in an effective and efficient manner, so you can get back to enjoying a sparkling, clear pool.
One final sign indicating that your filter is in bad shape is filter media washing back into your pool. DE powder or sand coming back into your pool could indicate that your filter has reached the end of its lifespan. If you notice a deposit of sand beneath your pool return, or a white stream of DE powder entering your pool, give us a call. We’ll inspect your pool and identify any issues. If your filter does need to be replaced, we’ll take care of everything for you, so you don’t have to worry.
Your Go-To Choice for Pool Pump Replacement Services
The pump is an integral part of any pool setup. If your pump is working improperly, it can seriously inhibit your enjoyment of your pool. One sign that your pump may be malfunctioning is a failure to pull water. There many reasons a pump may stop pulling water. Our professionals will figure out what’s going on with your pump, evaluating all potential problems. If need be, we’ll replace your pump entirely.
Another potential pump problem is a motor breakdown. If your pump’s motor isn’t working, or it only works part of the time, that’s a sure sign your pump needs to be serviced or replaced. Your pump may also be making a loud, obnoxious noise. This could mean that your pump is damaged. Get in touch with our pool specialists today to request a pool pump inspection. We’ll put our experience to work for you, quickly identifying any problems with your pool’s pump and replacing it if necessary. Rely on us for friendly and effective pump replacement services.
Contact us for pool equipment services. We serve our customers in Houston, Texas, including the Cypress, Jersey Village, Tomball, Spring, and Magnolia areas.