When renovating your pool, the first thing to check is whether the pump is in good order or whether it needs repair or replacement. A reliable pool pump is essential if your pool is to stay safe and clean for your family and friends to enjoy.
Here are three sure signs that your pool pump is past its sell-by date.
When carrying out pool renovation work, it's essential that you have a fully functioning pump before you attempt to open your pool. If your pump has not been used for a long time, you may find that it presents one of the problems outlined above.
Although it may be possible to have the pump repaired by a qualified pool equipment repair contractor, you might be better cutting your losses and replacing the pump altogether with a brand new one. For more advice and guidance on the best course of action, have a chat with the helpful experts at your local pool supplies company.
It used to be relatively easy to design pools for blocks, as you'd just look at the backyard and figure up which rectangular or kidney shaped pool could fit in the yard. With all sorts of new block shapes occurring when people subdivide old blocks, it can be more challenging to fit a traditional pool into a yard. However, some innovative pool designers and homeowners have come up with great pools that fit on unusually shaped blocks and make the most of limited space. This blog highlights some of the pools I have seen online and in real life that have impressed me with great design. I hope you like it.