Single Speed vs Two Speed vs Variable Speed Pumps

Tampa's Pool Pump and Motor Experts

Here at Hawkins Service Company of Tampa, we have a dedicated team of skilled technicians and electricians who are experts in pool equipment repair. You can trust us to handle your pool pump and motor needs, ensuring that your pool stays clean and comfortably warm throughout the entire year. If you want to learn more about our comprehensive pool services, feel free to give us a call at 813-871-6610.

If you happen to own an older pool, chances are it has a single-speed or two-speed pump. These types of pumps are the traditional models that have been discontinued by manufacturers due to their energy inefficiency and failure to meet the latest guidelines set by the energy commissions for pool equipment. By choosing to replace your existing single- or two-speed pool pump with a variable speed pump, not only will you save a significant amount of money on your electricity bill, but you'll also enjoy a quieter and more enjoyable pool experience. Don't hesitate to contact Hawkins Service Company today and explore the exciting possibilities of upgrading your pool pump.

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Variable Speed Pumps

Variable speed pumps utilize a permanent magnet motor, the same type of motor used in electric cars. These pumps also automatically adjust themselves to the level of water flow necessary for your pool at any given time, which makes for a quieter and more energy-efficient pool pump. Here are some of the main observations our customers make about their new pool pump after installing a new variable speed pump:
  • Quieter
  • More Efficient
  • Longer Lasting
  • Digitally Controlled
  • Big Savings on Electric Utility Bills

Pool Pump Troubleshooting Tips

Pool pumps and motors can last for up to a decade before needing to be replaced. However, depending on your maintenance schedule and a few other factors, you may experience problems with the pump and/or motor much sooner. Either way, here are some tips for troubleshooting some of the most common pump and motor problems.
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