Perhaps you’ve used the same pool pump for years. It’s been dependable, but there comes a time when your pool pump just isn’t circulating the water the way it should, or maybe it’s inefficient or loud. When you choose to upgrade, you should make sure your pool has a few key elements.
The Keys to a Great Pump
First, do some research on your plumbing and know what kind of pump you’ve used, previously. Your plumbing is important, when it’s time for installation; so keep this in mind as you shop and consider talking to your local Pool Pro. They can guide you to the best pump for your application. When you are choosing a new pump, you should find one that efficiently pumps the water through your filtration system. Pool pump technology has come a long way, and you can expect more from pool pumps, today, especially in terms of energy consumption and efficiency. Your new pool pump should be more energy-efficient than your previous pump. Find a pump like Hayward Pool’s Super Pump or EcoStar variable speed for a dependable, quiet pump that will last.