When was the last time you inspected your pool heater?
As professionals in the business of pool repair, too often we get urgent repair calls that a pool heater has suddenly stopped working. Did you know that the pool heater is the ideal place for small animals to build their nest during the winter? On the job, people have seen a built up of branches, leaves, and other debris between the compartment of the pool heater and that is typically the reason why the heater doesn’t immediately start-up.
It is recommended to avoid leaving your pool heater dormant, even during the summer. Run the pool heater for a minimum of 10-15 minutes, once a month to clear out any leaves, debris, cobwebs, and even rodents from the area. Scheduling regular pool maintenance with a professional pool repair company is the best way to keep your pool and pool equipment in tip top shape.
For all other technical issues that may be wrong with your pool heater, call Total Pro Pools in Niagara and they’ll send an experienced technician to diagnose the issue and provide their best recommendation for repairs that fit your budget.