Repairs

Pool Equipment repair can get complicated with as many working parts that are associated with your pool.  Our desire is to make those repairs as quickly as possible so that you may continue to enjoy your pool and not need to worry anymore.

Repair Services Offered

Filter Cleaning

Having a clean and properly-functioning filter can be the most important thing to maintaining a clean pool.  If your pool filter is dirty and covered in algae, your pump has to work harder to circulate the water.  When this happens, filtration of water is not very effective and can allow algae to grow. A pool filter cleaning should generally be performed twice a year. Depending on the type of filter you have, its size, and if there have been any extreme storms, your pool filter may need additional cleaning.

Salt System Cleaning

At Southlake Pools, we recommend having your salt cell checked at minimum at the time of filter cleaning — at least twice a year.  For best performance of your salt system, the cell should be checked every three months.

Salt systems like the Jandy Pro Series TruClear™ Saltwater Chlorinator have a transparent window design that allows easy visual inspection of blades.  This is a nice feature and aids in preventing unnecessary damage to the salt cell.

Pool Cleaner Repair

With pool cleaner repair, the type of cleaner needs to be determined. Below are the two main types of pool cleaners for a pool:

Suction-Side Automatic Pool Cleaners

Suction is generated by your pool pump, transforming the pool cleaner into an underwater vacuum. Each unit is specially  designed to move around the pool in a specified pre-programmed pattern, cleaning the entire pool and depositing debris into the skimmer basket or leaf catcher.

Pressure-Side Automatic Pool Cleaners

With a pressure side cleaner,  the hose is attached to the return of your pool (where water enters back into the pool after passing through the filter). The force of water is used to both move the cleaner around and create a vacuum sucking up dirt and  debris into a bag that is attached to the cleaner.

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Questions about a cleaning or repair service? Need clarity regarding one of our additional services offered? We can help! Send our technicians a message!

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In need of a pool repair? Ready to reach out to our certified pool repair technicians? Request a free quote today and someone will contact you to discuss a personally tailored assessment of your needs.

Repairs

Pool Equipment repair can get complicated with as many working parts that are associated with your pool.  Our desire is to make those repairs as quickly as possible so that you may continue to enjoy your pool and not need to worry anymore.

Repair Services Offered

Filter Cleaning

Having a clean and properly-functioning filter can be the most important thing to maintaining a clean pool.  If your pool filter is dirty and covered in algae, your pump has to work harder to circulate the water.  When this happens, filtration of water is not very effective and can allow algae to grow. A pool filter cleaning should generally be performed twice a year. Depending on the type of filter you have, its size, and if there have been any extreme storms, your pool filter may need additional cleaning.

Salt System Cleaning

At Southlake Pools, we recommend having your salt cell checked at minimum at the time of filter cleaning — at least twice a year.  For best performance of your salt system, the cell should be checked every three months.

Salt systems like the Hayward Aqua Rite® salt chlorination system have a built-in reminder to check the cell for need of cleaning.  This is a nice feature and aids in preventing unnecessary damage to the salt cell.

Pool Cleaner Repair

With pool cleaner repair, the type of cleaner needs to be determined. Below are the two main types of pool cleaners for a pool:

Suction-Side Automatic Pool Cleaners

Suction is generated by your pool pump, transforming the pool cleaner into an underwater vacuum. Each unit is specially  designed to move around the pool in a specified pre-programmed pattern, cleaning the entire pool and depositing debris into the skimmer basket or leaf catcher.

Pressure-Side Automatic Pool Cleaners

With a pressure side cleaner,  the hose is attached to the return of your pool (where water enters back into the pool after passing through the filter). The force of water is used to both move the cleaner around and create a vacuum sucking up dirt and  debris into a bag that is attached to the cleaner.

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Get Your Question Answered

Questions about a cleaning or repair service? Need clarity regarding one of our additional services offered? We can help! Send our technicians a message!

Request a Quote

In need of a pool repair? Ready to reach out to our certified pool repair technicians? Request a free quote today and someone will contact you to discuss a personally tailored assessment of your needs.