Dallas, Plano, Garland, Irving & Frisco Pool Equipment Repair
Did you know that the State of Texas requires all pool equipment installers and repairmen be licensed? If your pool guy or company does not have their RAIL license (Residential Appliance Installers License) then they are not properly trained, and the equipment manufacturers will not honor their warranty if worked on or installed by an unlicensed technician.
Tropix Pools repairmen are all licensed and ALL that they do is maintenance, diagnose, install, and repair equipment. They don’t do it sometimes or in between cleaning pools, they do it all the time, and are expert at it.
Tropix Pools repair technicians are certified and trained on all major pool equipment manufacturers equipment. Whether you have Pentair, Jandy, Hayward, Raypak, or other pool equipment, we are expert at diagnosing and installing it.
Keeping your pump in proper working condition is one of the most important steps in maintaining and clean and healthy pool. Your pump is responsible for circulating the water throughout the skimmer and the filtration system, keeping your water clean and clear. Without a pump or a properly-running pump, your pool water will not be circulated or filtered, and algae, bacteria, and debris can build up quickly. A good pump should run quietly, efficiently, and smoothly, circulating the water without causing you any disturbance or hassle.
Owning and maintaining a properly-working filter is absolutely necessary for keeping your pool clean and safe. Pool filters remove organic contaminants as well as dirt and debris from your pool water, helping to keep the water clear and inviting. Filters should be run for a full cycle every day, and up to 10-12 hours during summer, when the pool is used frequently. Skimmers and vacuums are great for trapping larger debris, but a good pool filter will quickly eliminate everything else, including microscopic bacteria and waste. There are several different types of pool filters, with the most common being Diatomaceous Earth (D.E.), high-rate sand, and cartridge filters.
Gas Heaters are some of the most effective and powerful pool heaters on the market. These types of heaters work by using either natural gas or propane as fuel to heat the water before returning the warm water to the pool and drawing in more cold water. Gas Heaters are designed to raise the temperature of a pool up to the ideal swimming range, between 78 – 82 degrees Fahrenheit, and because of this, most Gas Heaters are capable of increasing the water temperature 30 degrees or more. Pools come in all shapes and sizes, and require varying amounts of heat in order for the water to reach comfortable temperatures.
Automated Pool Cleaners
Pressure-Side Cleaners work with the pressure side of the pool’s plumbing as clean, filtered water is pushed back into the pool. The cleaner uses the pressure to move around the pool’s bottom and walls, vacuuming dirt and debris into the cleaner’s debris bag and reducing wear and tear on the pump’s filter basket and filtration system.
Timers & Controllers
Swimming Pool equipment timers and controllers allow you to automate how and when your pool equipment operates. A simple timer can turn your filtration system on an off at certain times, or you can have up to full blown automation, controlling all of your equipment, lighting, water features, etc. with your computer, tablet, or phone.
A chlorinator automatically dispenses chlorine from tabs or sticks directly into the plumbing of your pool. Chlorinators are ideal for new and existing pools and work automatically with the system’s recirculation pump. Efficient and maintenance-free, these feeders provide a durable and corrosion-proof means of automatically maintaining proper sanitizer levels. Provides extra pool safety by preventing children from touching chlorine tabs that are floating in pool skimmers.