Pool Pump Repair Phoenix
Aquatic Pool & Service: Expertise in Pool Pump Repair in Phoenix
Common Pool Pump Problems
You might encounter a variety of issues, each of which can disrupt your pool’s ecosystem:
Priming Issues: If your pool pump isn’t priming, it could be due to a range of problems such as pool suction leaks or clogged baskets.
Leaking Water: A worn-out seal or even a cracked housing can cause your pump to leak.
Seizing Motors: The motor bearings may corrode over time, causing your pump to seize.
Electrical Connection Issues: A corroded or loose wire can lead to erratic pump behavior.
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If you’re replacing with the same brand and type, labor costs around $200. Opting for a different brand that requires rewiring or new plumbing can raise the cost to $280-$320.
On average, pool pumps last between eight to twelve years. The lifespan depends on factors such as usage, maintenance, and the quality of the pump.
It’s not necessary to run your pool pump all day. About 8-12 hours of daily operation is typically sufficient for most pools. Continuous operation, like running it all night or for 24 hours, is generally not recommended due to increased energy costs and potential wear on the pump.
Yes, you can replace a pool pump yourself if you have the necessary skills and tools. However, consider the complexity of the task, especially if rewiring or plumbing is required. If unsure, it’s advisable to consult a professional.
Pool pumps can fail due to age, improper maintenance, electrical issues, or mechanical damage. To prevent failure, regular maintenance, proper installation, and not overrunning the pump are crucial. Regular checks for leaks, clogs, and motor health can also help extend its lifespan.