What are the signs that my pool pump needs repairs?
Some common signs that your pool pump may need repairs include reduced water flow, strange noises coming from the pump, leaks, motor issues, or high energy bills. If you notice any of these issues, it’s important to have your pump inspected by a professional.
How often should I have my pool pump serviced?
We recommend servicing your pool pump at least once a year to ensure it runs efficiently and prevent any potential issues from developing.
Can I install a pool pump myself?
Installing a pool pump can be a complex process that requires specialized knowledge and tools. It’s recommended to have a professional handle the installation to ensure it’s done correctly and safely.
How much does it cost to install or repair a pool pump?
The cost of installation or repair can vary depending on the scope of the work needed and the type of pump you have. Contact us for an estimate based on your specific needs.
How do I know if I need a new pool pump or if repairs will suffice?
Our expert technicians can assess your pool pump and help you determine if repairs will suffice or if a replacement is necessary. Factors such as age, wear and tear, and damage’s extent will be considered.
How long does a pool pump last?
The lifespan of a pool pump can vary depending on factors such as usage, maintenance, and the quality of the pump. Generally, a well-maintained pump can last between eight and 12 years.