Pool and Spa Repair and Installation
Admiral Pools can assist with any pool and spa repair or install, and service any equipment for your pool or spa. Including, but not limited to:
- Chlorinators (including salt)
Call us today to inquire further about a pool and spa repair or installation.
When is it Time for a Repair?
Healthy water is vital for all of us in Scottsdale and Phoenix, as being able to go for a swim is such a necessity most of the year. When your pool’s water is looking more grimey than usual, there is likely a problem with some component of the system that keeps your pool healthy. If your pool water is does not look like its normal blue, crystal clear color, don’t let the problem go unnoticed. When this is the case, some part of your filtering system is probably not working like it should.
Pool filters are vital to keeping a pool healthy for your friends and family to enjoy. Filters remove debris, dirt, and pathogens from pool water that may take over if not handled properly. No matter how hard you try to scrub your pool by hand, a filter is the only way that water is sure to be clean.
There is no doubt how important swimming is to all of us in The Valley, especially when it is too hot to do just about anything else outdoors. On the off chance that the weather is on the colder side, it is still nice to be able to relax in the pool whenever you please. Thankfully, most of our pools are equipped with heaters so that the desire to take a dip in the pool can be a reality 365 days a year.
Because pool heaters are not needed throughout most of the year, they tend to break down and need repair when the time comes to put the heater to use. It’s important to run your heater at least once a year to avoid these seemingly unavoidable problems. This regular maintenance is not always realistic when there are so many other duties around the home that take priority.
You know better than anyone else the way your pool normally looks, sounds, and feels. Because of how often we use our pools in the Phoenix and Scottsdale area, it isn’t uncommon for one or more parts of our pool systems to be on the fritz. If this is the case, your pool water may not be healthy or safe to swim in, regardless of if problems are clearly affecting the water or not. Even if you do not see a difference in the physical quality of your water, it may not be clean as clean as it appears.
Clean water is made possible by your pool’s filtering system. Without a functioning pump or filter, your water may be collecting bacteria and grime at a rapid rate. But the real issue when a pool system malfunctions tends to lie at the heart of the system: the motor.
Keeping a pool in The Valley clean is no easy feat. From dust storms to year round use, our Arizona pools tend to need a little extra attention when it comes to maintenance. As a pool owner it is important to know a little bit about how your pool system runs, but even with some knowledge it is not always easy to determine how clean your pool’s water really is. When water becomes visibly dirty and green, we know something is not quite right. But what about when the water is still looking clear? How can you tell that the water is really as healthy as it looks?
Unfortunately, sometimes there is no way to know how clean pool water is unless you are sure that every part of the filtering system is working properly. In order for this system to be functional, every component must be in good, working condition so that the system as a whole can do its job.