Pool Filter Repair
Are you searching for “Pool Filter Repair Chandler” because you believe you have a malfunctioning or broken pool filter? If so, Culligan Pool Care can help!
Is your pool filter broken, making funny noises, or no longer filtering your pool water properly? Call Culligan Pool Care today. We are Chandler’s pool filter repair specialists! To schedule pool filter repair services, give us a call today at 602-419-8164. Take a look at our pool filter cleaning and pool filter repair services.
Your pool filter cleans & filters out all of the algae, grime, and dirt from your pool water. Having a dirty or broken pool filter allows dirty water to filter back into your swimming pool. Don’t you want clean pool water? The whole purpose of a pool filter is to keep your water clean and swimmable.
Furthermore, clogged pool filters do not allow the water to run efficiently through the pool pump, costing your more money in electricity. In addition, clogged pool filters can cause your pool motor to burn out quicker resulting in needing to be replaced. Swimming pool filter repair and cleaning can help you avoid needing to replace your pool filter altogether.
How often should I get my pool filter cleaned? Pool experts recommend cleaning your pool filter at least 3 times a year.
Professional Pool Filter Cleaning
Professional pool filter cleaning at scheduled intervals keeps your pool water clean, electricity bill low, helps your pool equipment last longer, and help prevent future pool repairs.
Before & After Pool Filter Cleaning
Pool Filter Repair & Cleaning Services
We can provide pool filter cleaning or pool filter repair on cartridge pool filters, DE pool filters (Diatomaceous Earth), & sand pool filters.
- Cartridge Pool Filter Repair & Cleaning
- DE Pool Filter Repair & Cleaning
- Sand Pool Filter Repair & Cleaning
Cartridge Pool Filter Repair & Cleaning
Cartridge pool filters clean your pool water by pumping water through the filter tank. This water gets forced through spun polyester. Spun polyester is great for trapping dirt between its woven fibers. The dirt is simply removed from the polyester by spraying off with a water hose.
*Important – Don’t Clean Your Cartridge Filter Too Often: Cartridge filters actually work the best when they are a little bit dirty. The dirt trapped between the polyester actually helps the filter catch more dirt. Furthermore, every time your pool filter cartridge gets cleaned, the polyester fibers become looser, lessening their chance of trapping dirt and algae. How often should I get my cartridge pool filter cleaned? You should get cartridge pool filter cleaning once your pool filter’s pressure gauge reach 8-10 pounds over the clean, 8-10lbs over starting pressure, or when flow pressure is reduced.
DE Pool Filter Repair & Cleaning
DE pool filters do not require much assistance in order to keep your pool water clear. Although, if you are trying to clean up thick or green pool water, DE filters may have a bit of trouble.
*Important – Do Not Add Too Much DE: When you first start up your DE filter, only add the recommended amount of Diatomaceous Earth powder, usually about 1 pound of DEO power for every 5 square feet of surface area of your filter. Backwash your DE filter, and cut that amount in half.
Sand Pool Filter Repair
Sand pool filters use a special grade of sand to trap bacteria and dirt that gets passed through the sand bad. Sand filters are cleaned by backwashing (switching the direction of the water to pump in reverse) to wash out all the bacteria and algae.
*Important – Don’t Backwash Your Sand Filter Too Often: Sand filters also work best when there is a little bit on dirt in the sand, it helps trap more dirt. There is such a thing as your sand filter being too clean. Include backwashing in your regular pool maintenance schedule instead of waiting until your pressure gauge gets too high.
Pool Filter Cleaning Regiments
Cartridge pool filters should be cleaned at least 3 times per year. These types of pool filters do not need to be backwashed (reversing the flow of water in your filter to flush dirt, algae, and grime out), so it is important that you clean cartridge pool filters as often as possible. Best times to clean cartridge type pool filters is during the busiest swimming times in Mar, Jun, & Sep.
Diatomaceous Earth filters (D.E. Filters) need to be backwashed as often as needed (before pressure reaches 10psi or higher than its normal meter level). DE filters should be inspected and cleaned every 6 months.
Sand pool filters can be backwashed as often as needed. Sand filters should have their sand replaced every 3 to 5 years.
Schedule Your Pool Filter Repair In Chandler
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Our pool filter repair professional in Chandler, Arizona are ready to take on any project you can throw at us. Give us a call today at 602-419-8164 to schedule your pool filter repair or pool filter cleaning. Read our 5 star pool filter repair reviews on Google.