Pool Services – Pool Repairs – Lakeland
Pool water is safe for swimming only with the right equipment, including filters and the pool pump. A failed component results in a pool becoming a flourishing environment for algae and bacteria that can be potentially hazardous for swimmers. Some of the most common bacteria found in swimming pools include E.coli, salmonella, and shigella, according to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. The best way to ensure a swimming pool that’s healthy and safe is with expert pool maintenance and making pool repairs, as needed.
Common Types of Pool Repair
The most common pool problems that require immediate attention are when a pool is rapidly losing water or the water becomes stagnant. A certain amount of water loss is typical in Central Florida, where the sunlight causes evaporation to naturally occur. If more than an inch or more of water is lost, there is a possibility of a pool leak. By seeking immediate help from the pool experts at Pool Works, further damage and more costly repairs can be prevented.
Pool pumps need to be checked frequently, since they are crucial to a pool’s operation. If the pump turns off and won’t turn back on or if it begins making very loud noises, contact us at Pool Works. Our trained professional technicians will investigate the problem to determine the source and provide needed repairs.
Other equipment that often needs repair includes the pool heater, chlorinator, and automatic cleaner. Contact us without delay, if any of these issues arise.
We recommend that swimmers stay out of the pool until pool repair technicians have resolved pool equipment issues, for safety and health reasons.
Factory-Trained Pool Repair Experts
All Pool Works pool repair technicians are certified to work on all pool equipment, and they are also factory-trained experts. Our pool professionals can perform every type of pool repair that may be needed, including plumbing, lights, and the most popular brands of heaters and pumps. Technicians perform a thorough inspection of pool equipment during diagnosis of problems, and they are able to trace the cause of the failure. Our Pool Works clients are always provided a complete written cost of repairs needed, which includes the cost of parts and labor. Replacement parts may be recommended, depending on the age of the pool equipment or the type of equipment failure. Pool Works experts always carry a wide range of equipment, parts, and supplies on their trucks, so that most repairs can be made with same-day service, allowing our customers to resume pool activities as quickly as possible.