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Make sure your pool is getting cleaned properly. A filter that does not clean properly can lead to major issues for your equipment and your water.

Types of Filters

There are numerous types of filters. The most common types you’ll find include: D.E. Filters, Cartridge Filters and sand filters. We repair and replace all types of pool filters on a daily basis. A filter that does not allow proper flow to your equipment can cause damage to your pool pump, pool heater and even the plumbing within your equipment.

It’s like changing the oil on your car.

Filters need to be cleaned and changed out every so often. Depending on the size of your pool, the bather load and the debris surrounding it you may need to clean a filter 2-3 times a week. Although 3 times a week is not common for a residential filter it does happen from time to time. Make sure your filter is working at its most efficient level to allow the best flow and water quality possible. Sometimes the filter elements inside may just need to be replaced. It’s very similar to changing the oil on your car, a regular maintenance that must be taken care of to ensure that your pool is functioning properly. Call us today and get the peace of mind knowing that your filter is the right fit for your pool.

Is it time for a new one?

Maybe, we won’t know unless we take a look at the inside and see what we’re working with. The typical life span of a filter can range from 5-10 years. A lot of that depends on the maintenance and up keep on the pool filter throughout its life span. If you take care of it and service it regularly it will be a long time before you have to replace a pool filter. Not sure if you need a new one?

Call us today at 813-871-6610 and we’ll be happy to discuss the best options for your situation.

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