SWIMMING POOL CLEANER SERVICE

Maintenance & Setup

automatic pool cleanerThe automatic pool cleaner is a device that leapt right into the hearts of pool owners and service technicians alike. An automatic pool cleaner vacuums and brushes your pool, while improving pool water circulation and the distribution of heat and chemicals. Some automatic pool cleaners are made specifically for above ground pools, in-ground pools, or for pools with concrete linings or vinyl linings, while others will work well in more than one type of pool.

We service and setup all automatic pool cleaner makes & models. Automatic pool cleaners have achieved wide-spread use and acceptance by consumers and the service industry. They are generally broken into three categories:

SUCTION SIDE

Suction side automatic pool cleaners attach to the suction side of your pool's plumbing.

The suction side refers to the pipes and fittings that bring water out of the pool to be filtered; that water which is being “sucked” out of the pool by the filter pump. Usually this is the pool skimmer, although some older pools have a dedicated vacuum line.

PRESSURE

Pressure side cleaners attach to the pressure side of your pool's circulation system.

Also called booster pump cleaners, water pumped or “pushed” back to the pool propels this type of automatic pool cleaner, which contain its own hydraulic power plants. Pressure cleaners distribute clean, filtered water, and, having their own debris bag means that they don’t compromise the filter system by bringing dirt and debris into the pump basket and pool filter.

ROBOTIC

Robotic pool cleaners vacuum, scrub and filter the water as it passes through.

This style of automatic pool cleaner utilizes on-board debris bags or canisters that collect leaves, acorns, sticks, dust, dirt and algae, automatically! All you do is put the cleaner in the pool and plug the floating cable into the power supply box, then turn it on.

Automatic Pool Cleaner Install

Different pool types and plumbing call for different pool cleaners. If your pool cleaner is moving slower than normal, you may need to clean its debris screen, filter, or pump basket. You may also need to tighten its tires, tracks, or wheel bearings. If it does not move at all, it may have sticks and stones stuck inside it, or it may need a new belt. If you need your automatic pool cleaner serviced, fill out the online quote form for a FREE estimate. If you need a new automatic pool cleaner installed, we’d also be happy to recommend and install a product that will save you time and money.

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