Are you having any of the following pool equipment problems?
Your swimming pool’s water is not circulated properly.
Naturally, the filter could just be dirty, or there could be some sort of obstruction in the suction line. Often, this occurs as a result of a shrunken fitting accessing the pump’s input, causing the pump to draw in air and lose its capacity to prime. This can occur if the pool’s water level drops too low, allowing the pump to run dry and causing the PVC pump fittings and seal to shrink, allowing additional unwanted air to enter. This is the ideal time to contact Poseidon Pool Service, as we can get this corrected promptly to minimize further damage or financial loss.
Your pool pump is making a lot of noise
If the sound is grinding and you have determined that it is coming from the pool pump, something may be lodged in the impellor. Typically, this issue needs disassembly of the pump in order to remove the object.
Typically, the problem is a failing motor bearing. Often, this is the result of water damage caused by moisture entering into the bearings and corroding the inside of the pump. Regardless, your pool pump should be quite quiet, and if it isn’t, there may be an issue. We can diagnose the issue and recommend the best course of action.
Your pool pump will not start
There are numerous variables that contribute to pool pumps not turning on. It might be anything from a malfunctioning home automation system to a faulty protective GFCI outlet intended for safety purposes to prevent electrocution. With all of these variables, we recommend that you engage the local Roseville Pool Service experts at Poseidon to examine and resolve the issue.