Keller Pool Electric Needs
Pool Electrical Services in Southlake
Splishin and a Splashin Pools LLC offers a wide range of services for pool electrical needs in Keller, Southlake, and surrounding areas. Our local company has been serving the needs of swimming pool owners in the local area for more than 15 years, including problems with timers, electrical boxes, and circuit boards.
If you are experiencing an electrical problem, call (817) 993-4899 or contact us online for a prompt response.
Pool Electric Repairs & Replacements
A wide variety of equipment and components need to be working together for a swimming pool to function properly. If something goes wrong with any of the components, you may have a problem keeping everything running and your pool water clear. Regular maintenance and acting quickly when you notice a problem can prevent your pool from becoming unusable.
Common pool electrical problems often involve malfunctions in circuit boards. The circuit board is often referred to as the swimming pool’s brain because it connects the various components of the pool. Circuit boards can fail due to age, wiring problems, or water damage.
When something happens with the circuit board, you may have problems with:
- Pool salt systems
- Pool heaters
- Other automated systems
Circuit boards will eventually wear out and need to be replaced. When it is time for a new circuit board, it is worth the money to invest in a high-quality, heavy-duty board because a low-quality board will end up costing more in the long term. There are a variety of options available and a large price range to accommodate the needs of every pool and budget.
Choosing a Timer for Your Pool
Timers are the most basic type of automated controls for pools. The timer is usually post-mounted near the pool equipment and generally used to control the pump. When a timer goes bad, it usually needs to be replaced. There are several options to consider when selecting a new timer for your swimming pool.
When choosing a timer, you should consider:
- Mechanical or digital timers – Mechanical timers are less expensive and equipped with a dial to set the times when you want it to turn on and off. These are being phased out and replaced with digital timers that come with built-in modes.
- Voltage – The voltage of the timer should match your pool equipment, such as 120v or 240v.
- Timer control panels – A control panel provides an electronic control center for you to control a variety of components. This can eliminate the need for junction boxes or service panels, making the installation more affordable.
- Freeze protection – When the temperature drops, you want to make sure the pump and heater still come on to protect your valuable equipment. A freeze protection mechanism on the timer can be helpful in the colder months of the year.
Electrical boxes, or junction boxes, safely house the electrical connections for pool equipment, such as lights and pumps. A properly functioning junction box is essential for preventing electrocution and there are rules about the boxes and where they need to be installed. Faulty electrical boxes or improper installation can be extremely hazardous, so don’t wait to call for service.
An experienced pool technician with the right training and tools is the best-equipped person to handle your pool electrical needs in Keller. Your technician can inspect the components and perform tests to determine the cause of your problem.
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At Splishin and a Splashin Pools LLC, we have the training and experience to handle all your pool electrical needs in Keller. Our technicians will inspect your electrical components to locate the problem and provide fast, reliable repair and replacement services.
You can count on our skilled technicians for all your pool electric needs. Call (817) 993-4899 to schedule an appointment.
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