Many things can go wrong with your pool. As a pool owner, you have doubtless encountered many broken or failing equipment throughout the years. As Murphy’s Law states, “anything that can go wrong will.” Thus, it can be prudent to ensure your pool equipment is working as it should.
Think of your pool as an organism. Much like the human body, the health of its many parts is required to function properly. If one of the parts ceases to function, then you may be looking at a problem that can and will spiral widely out of control.
Fortunately, JR Pool Plastering & Texas Gunite Ltd. is here to help. Our repair services are top-notch and will ensure that your pool equipment is working as well as ever. Keeping your pool in tip-top shape is a lot of work and time-consuming, we know. That’s why it’s good to rely on pool experts such as ourselves to ensure your pool is working as it should.
Our dedication to the health and safety of your pool is incontrovertible. We operate our business with the highest standards of work and customer service. You can count on us to repair and replace your pool equipment if need be. We can also replaster your pool. So don’t hesitate to call us today to get started!
The Problems With Your Pool Equipment
Many problems can arise with almost every part of your pool. Depending on the type of pool you have, however, some pool equipment may be easier to maintain or fix than others. Most in-ground pools, however, have the following equipment you need to stay on top of:
- Tile and coping
- And more
Traditional chlorine pools also have chlorine tablets, granules, or liquid chlorine that are used to sanitize the pool. Chlorine can help kill bacteria in the pool and ward off mosquitos from congregating around dirty, stagnant water.
Saltwater pools are a little different than chlorine ones, often having a salt chlorine generator or a salt cell. They may also have sensors to measure salt concentration and pH levels.
Both types of pools, however, have pumps, filters, and heaters. Pumps circulate water and generally last eight to 15 years. Filters help keep the pool water clean. Depending on whether you have a sand filter or a diatomaceous earth one, you can expect your filter to last you anywhere from three years to five, seven, or even ten. Gas or electric heaters help warm the pool, and they, too, will need to be replaced eventually.
We Are At Your Service!
No matter which part of your pool system is giving you trouble, we can help. We provide repair services to both chlorine and saltwater pools and have tons of experience maintaining both. Our services are fast, thorough, and efficient, leaving you free to take care of the things that matter to you.
So don’t hesitate to protect your pool and hire JR Pool Plastering & Texas Gunite Ltd. Our team is ready and eager to help you keep your pool as clean, beautiful, and safe as ever.