We’ve got some amazing pool equipment upgrades and accessories that we think you’ll love! From sleek pool lights to variable speed pumps, we have everything you need to take your pool experience to the next level. So why not swing by and check out our selection? Our team is here to help you find exactly what you’re looking for and answer any questions you may have. Let’s make your pool the envy of the neighborhood!
If you are looking for a way to save money on electricity, a variable speed pump can reduce your energy usage by up to 90%!
In this example, 2 variable speed pumps are running at the same time. Pump 1 is running on its lowest speed setting and using only 21 watts (less than a hallway nightlight!) while pump 2 is running at the only speed it operates, consuming 2425 watts. That’s a savings of over 2400 watts!
Note: to monitor your pump energy usage and much, much more, consider a pool automation upgrade (see below)
We’ve been installing variable speed pumps for years and enjoy helping our customers save money. Contact us for a free estimate!
Newer pool heaters are not only more efficient than their predecessors, but they have been designed in a way to drastically reduce future rust issues. One of our favorite options is an automatic bypass. A heater with this option can automatically bypass the heat exchanger and reduce energy use when the heat is not being used. This makes the system much more efficient.
Whether you already have an existing automation system, or are looking to install one, there are several wireless control options available. We have helped many customers enjoy the ease of wireless controls. There are automation upgrades available to allow pool control and programming from a smart phone app or internet browser.
Imagine turning your spa on when you leave work and having it ready for you when you arrive home!
We have helped many customers transform pool nightlife dramatically by simply changing out the light fixtures to color LED. If your lighting fixtures are bad, or you are looking to revamp the look of your pool at night, we can help you upgrade your pool and spa lights. The LED fixtures are energy efficient too!
Automation systems are not needed to control LED light options.
Most pools are built these days with the option for an automatic pool cleaner. One of the most common versions is a pressure pool cleaner. These cleaners are operated with water pressure, usually from an auxillary booster pump that works with the water being moved from the filter pump. This booster pump sends water thru a dedicated line to the pool, where the pool cleaner is attached to a special fitting by a hose. The water is then distributed within the cleaner for drive power and suction, in order to pull debris into a cleaner bag. These types of cleaners are great for pools with an abundance of nature that makes it into the pool.
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 filter pump basket or leaf catcher. These cleaners are limited with the size of nature that they can pick up. If your pool is smaller and doesn’t have mature nature around it, then this type of cleaner is a great choice because it doesn’t require a separate pump.
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A booster pump is an additional pump used to bolster pressure in the pool’s system. It’s commonly used to provide extra power to pressure cleaning tools.
A variable speed pool pump allows you more control over the filtering process. For example, if you’ve got guests coming over you may want to up the rpms on the filter in order to be ready on time. Also, the amount of time you adjust the rpms up can depend on how fast your pool gets dirty. While one household may need it upped for a couple hours a day, another may need 8-10 hours a day for optimally clean water. If properly managed, a variable speed pump can reduce the filter pump electrical cost by up to 90%.
Upgrading your pool lights is an easy choice. LEDs are safer, use less energy and look better. Another beneficial upgrade is a variable speed pump. These pumps are remote controlled and you can speed up the filtering process as needed. Also, think about a UV sterilizer. Ultraviolet light kills algae forming organisms before they cause problems, keeping your pool sparkly clear. Some sterilizers are even equipped with computers that allow you to manage the process remotely.