EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION & REPAIR

When getting the job done right matters, you can count on Fix-A-Pool. Our fully licensed, bonded and insured technicians are prepared to offer residents a complete inspection and written estimate of needed repairs. We are committed to providing superior service and we will never suggest you purchase new parts or equipment unless it is an absolute necessity.

  • POOL PLUMBING

  • AUTOMATIC POOL CLEANERS

  • SALT SYSTEMS

  • REMOTE SYSTEMS

  • ​POOL PUMPS

  • POOL MOTORS

  • POOL HEATERS

  • POOL LIGHTS​

  • SALT CHLORINE GENERATORS

  • ​CHLORINATORS

  • ​POOL VACCUMNS

  • REMOTE AUTOMATED SYSTEMS

  • BLOWERS

  • ​CLOGGED SUCTION LINE BLOW-OUTS

  • TIME CLOCKS

  • POP UP SYSTEMS

  • ELECTRONIC VALVE ACTUATORS                                    

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FINANCING AVAILABLE

PETS AND YOUR

POOL EQUIPMENT

If only your family and friends are using your pool, turning all of its water over once a day is probably enough to keep the water clear and clean. If a pet’s going to be swimming in your pool, though, filtering all of its water every 24 hours likely won’t be fast enough to keep the water sanitary. It’s been estimated that a single dog introduces as many pollutants into a pool as three people would. If you have multiple dogs, that figure must be multiplied. 

To keep your pool free of bacteria and other contaminants, you’ll need to turn its water over more frequently than once a day. A dual or variable-speed pump provides an energy-efficient way of quickly filtering your pool’s water after a pet’s been swimming in it. When Fido goes for a dip, simply increase your pump’s speed so that it filters water faster. Depending on your specific pump, this could cut the amount of time it takes to filter all of your pool’s water in half. When no animals are using your pool, the lowest speed should sufficiently filter the water so you can save on electricity. 

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