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If you have read internet how-to articles about repairing your pool, you probably already know that pool plumbing repair requires a professional. One problem you may run in to is people who have also read internet how-to articles and think they are experts. They may give you a lower bid than a licensed pool plumbing repair professional. They may even have the best of intentions, but they will have a difficult time performing your pool plumbing leak repair without having the proper equipment and training.
Of course, you also need to beware of deceitful outfits who will promise a quick fix at a low price, but not perform any steps or tests to identify the source of the leak or actually perform any pool plumbing leak repair at all. The technicians at Texas Fiberglass Pools are experts have the proper equipment, training and experience in pool plumbing leak repair.
Pool plumbing leaks are more difficult to detect and repair than leaks found on the surfaces of the pool. Leaks on the surfaces may seem easy to repair, but only a true professional can determine if it is a symptom of a deeper problem.
Pool leak detection often involves sending pressurized air through the pipes or sending specialized cameras through the system. Some equipment and techniques make it possible to perform a trenchless repair on leaking pool pipes. Our technicians are well trained in using this equipment and can clearly explain how they will use the equipment in your system and everything they need to do. The technicians at Texas Fiberglass Pools, Inc. will be sure to check the equalizer line, which is often overlooked as a source of pool plumbing leaks. Texas Fiberglass Pools’ technicians use a thorough and efficient pool leak detection process to identify leaking pool pipes.
Texas Fiberglass Pools works to keep your pool plumbing repair cost as low as possible by working efficiently. Our technicians have much experience at pinpointing the source of a leak and dealing with it as cost effectively as possible. Quick and accurate pool plumbing leak detection helps us to reduce your overall pool plumbing repair cost.
Once we identify the source of the leak in your pool, we will explain clearly and honestly whether simple repairs are in order. If the source of the leak is not so simple to access, such as the equalizer line, we will clearly and honestly explain everything that needs to be done. We will not recommend unnecessary repairs. If major repairs are necessary we may recommend renovations or upkeep to extend the life of your pool. In any case, we will clearly tell you the difference between necessary repairs and recommended improvements.
The technicians at Texas Fiberglass Pools, Inc. will be glad to discuss the pool plumbing parts they intend to use. We use well-made pool plumbing parts that will not need to be replaced frequently. We also look for parts that will not contribute too heavily to your overall cost for pool plumbing repair and service.
Is your pool’s skimmer or pump malfunctioning? Is the water looking murkier by the day or does the motor sound loud? If your pool’s health is deteriorating due to old equipment, worn out parts or general damage, call the repair and resurfacing professionals at Texas Fiberglass Pools. Our expert technicians and craftsmen are capable of repairing or replacing all structural, plumbing, decking, electrical, filter and pump equipment. We provide a full service of pool equipment repairs and replacements to protect the investment and life of your pool.
It’s inevitable that your pool will eventually need a bit of repair work to keep it in good working order. Whether your heater is malfunctioning, a light fixture needs replacing, or your filtration system isn’t working right, the expert technicians at Texas Fiberglass Pools can help. You can trust us to give you the right advice, at the right time, before little repairs turn into big ones.
Equipment upgrades can change the way you feel about your pool. With the many high-tech options available, pools are less expensive and easier to maintain than ever before. We have numerous time saving and energy saving upgrades available:
The components inside your pool filtration system have a typical shelf life of about a dozen years. The energy efficiency of these components has come so far in the past decade, replacing them early may actually save you money in the long run. Regardless, if your pool is showing signs of malfunction, it’s better to call a professional sooner than later.
The pump is at the heart of your pool’s plumbing system. Without it, your water will not circulate properly and get the cleaning it needs. If your pump is the problem, air or water will leak, it will fail to pull water, there will be broken baskets, worn seals, clogged impellers or diffusers, or cracked volutes.
If the motor is the problem, symptoms include overheating or a loud screeching or grinding noise, indicating the shaft bearings are bad. If it makes a humming noise, the capacitor might be on its way out.
When you suspect a pump or motor problem, call the professionals at Texas Fiberglass Pools. We’ll diagnose the situation and provide you with solutions. We handle:
The quality and appearance of your pool water depends on a properly working filter system as well as regular filter inspections and maintenance. Your filter works hard to keep your pool sparkling and sanitary but without regular cleaning dirt and debris will build up inside. When that happens, the filter can’t do its job properly or at all. The three types of pool filters—sand, diatomaceous earth and cartridge—each require unique cleaning and maintenance processes.
The repair technicians at Texas Fiberglass Pools can assess your filtration system and make recommendations based several variables, including the age of your equipment. We’ll go over your options, including energy-saving alternatives that run at a lower cost and save electricity.
Skimmers pull floating debris from your pool and into a storage basket. The pool’s pump system uses suction throughout each skimmer to circulate the water. Sometimes the skimmers get clogged or can crack, preventing water circulation. When your pool has a leak, the skimmer is one of the first places we check. A leaky skimmer can cost hundreds of dollars in water bill expenses. Depending on the type of pool, it’s a common area of separation and failing gaskets.
If you have an existing heater that no longer works efficiently or doesn’t fire up, we’ll diagnose the problem and suggest a repair or new installation. The technicians at Texas Fiberglass Pools are highly trained and knowledgeable with years of experience with swimming pool and spa heater repair and replacement. You can rest easy knowing your pool equipment will be repaired properly by an honest, exceptionally trained technician who only has your best interests at heart.
Timers and controllers are a great way to quickly and effectively keep your swimming pool clean and keep track of your maintenance schedule. Timers also save money by reducing how often your pool uses electricity and saving wear and tear on equipment. Many controllers can also be used wirelessly with smart phone and desktop apps.
Salt pool systems provide a continuous regenerating supply of pure chlorine from ordinary table salt. Otherwise known as chlorine generators, pool owners like the system because it eliminates the need to store, buy, transport and handle chlorine. It’s easy to convert your standard pool to a salt system; the price will vary based on features and brands.
Salt chlorine generators do require some maintenance and repair. The salt cell will eventually lose performance and the controller circuit boards can develop problems over time. If your salt system isn’t cleaning like it should or you’re getting consistently poor readings, call Texas Fiberglass Pools at 972-241-6608 for an evaluation today!
Poorly maintained main drains can become an entrapment hazard for swimmers. Texas Fiberglass Pools ensures that your equipment is safe by providing safety covers or by installing a dual main drain safety system.
At Texas Fiberglass Pools, our number one goal is to make you happy and get your pool, spa, fountain, patio, deck or baptistery back to its full working order. Our pool repair technicians are among the most skilled and responsible in the industry. We have years of training and will get to the problem quickly and efficiently. We will always offer clear explanations and alternate repair solutions that will fit your budget. Call us today for a free evaluation and no-obligation estimate at 972-241-6608.