Swimming pool equipment can be a lot more complicated than expected although modern pools today are run with equipment that makes swimming a lot safer, healthier, and enjoyable. They're not exempt from failure.
One look at a modern swimming pool and you will see that various machines and contraptions work together in its operation. Pool pumps, pool heaters, and pool filters are just some of the equipment that ensures a pool works as it normally should.
However, it’s a fact that all types of equipment break down, and pool equipment is no exception. Fortunately, we at MurrElls Pool Service are more than qualified to provide the best residential and commercial pool equipment repair Escondido Ca & surrounding city residents like you deserve.
To say that the pool pump is the heart of your swimming pool wouldn’t be too far-fetched. The pool pump, after all, is the primary component of your pool’s circulation system. It is responsible for taking water from the pool through the main drain, pushing it through the filter, and returning it to the main pool.
Your pool pump is so essential to the operation of your swimming pool system that any problem with it must be addressed straight away. Any delay would mean your pool would not be able to pump and filter water properly, which would eventually lead to a filthy pool that would become a hotbed of pathogens that can pose a risk to anyone who swims in it.
Whatever the problem with your pool pump, we can assure you that the pool pump repair service that we at MurrElls Services here in Escondido, Ca can offer will get your swimming pool up and running in no time.
Standard pool pumps can consume as much energy as all other home appliances combined (Microwave, Dishwasher, Washer & Dryer), often costing residential swimming pool owners more than $1,000 per year! Energy efficient pumps can typically cut energy up to as much as 90%, generally saving between $620 to $1,360 in utility costs annually, even more in areas where rates are higher than average.
Another important component of a swimming pool system is the filter. The pump pushes water through the filter, causing the dirt and debris to become confined inside the filter. In the process, it creates clean water that gets put back into the pool. As long as the pool system is turned on, the whole filtering process runs in a circular fashion.
Considering how quickly pool water can get dirty, pool filters need to run anywhere from six - twelve hours daily. While pool filters are built to be sturdy, it’s just a matter of time before they start having problems considering the heavy-duty nature of their job. Almost every pool filter has a pressure gauge that helps tell us when the pool filter needs to be cleaned before it breaks down. MurrElls Service can clean or repair your filter before that happens, Trust us when we say, you really wouldn’t want to take a dip in a pool with a broken-down filter.