Here at Universal Pool Service, we have been assisting homeowners with pool repairs in Goodyear, Litchfield Park, and Glendale since 2002. During our many years in the industry, we have seen everythin…Read More
Goodyear Pool Repair
Unfortunately, your swimming pool is going to need some repair work done. Pipes break, filters go bad, pumps burn out and so on. We understand that you want your pool to be a sparkling oasis and for it not to cause you to go broke in the process. We strive to be as competitive in pricing as possible while still providing the service, workmanship, and respect as if we were the highest priced swimming pool service and repair company there is. We have been doing this for a long time and sadly to say we still don’t know everything, but we continue to educate ourselves so that we are always up to date on repair techniques, construction codes, and diagnostic techniques to better prepare ourselves to provide you with the service necessary to get the job done correctly and timely. And remember we are licensed, bonded, and insured for your protection.
Here’s just some of what all we can do for you in terms of pool repair:
- Plumbing repairs
- Filter repairs and upgrades (includes cartridge cleans and D.E. teardowns)
- Valve repairs and replacements
- Pump and motor repairs and upgrades
- Light replacement and upgrades (fixtures and or bulbs)
- Heater installs and repairs
- Pool drains
- Acid washes
- Parts sales
- Pool 101
- Pool inspections
- New cleaners
- Cleaner repairs
- Pop-up systems
- Salt systems
- Electrical work
- Timers and switches
If you own an Arizona home with a swimming pool, you’ll want to be aware that the state legislature recently passed Title 44 that requires new energy-efficiency standards for residential pool pumps, pool pump motors, and portable electric spas. This new legislation went into effect on January 1, 2012.
Dual-speed pumps will be the minimum efficiency for pool pump installations moving forward, and inefficient single-speed pumps will no longer be allowed unless they are less than one horsepower and not running the filtration system.
More information about the law regulating pool pumps can be found in Title 44, Chapter 9, Article 19, Section 44-1375 of the Arizona Revised Statutes:
44-1375 — Definitions
44-1375.01 — Applicability
44-1375.02 — Standards
44-1375.03 — Certification and compliance; violation; civil penalty
It’s always easy to forget that things just wear out over time. The equipment is the workhorse for your pool and it is under a lot of stress. It has to deal with the sun, our climate, functioning every day, water with its own destructive properties, and most of all, plain old age. Just like changing your tires on your car, you should expect to change out equipment every now and again with your pool as well.
Sometimes just updating your equipment can help you save money monthly by lowering chemical cost and or electricity consumption. Best of all, not only could you be saving money on the cost of running your pool, but chances are when it’s working more efficiently, it will also be looking cleaner and clearer.
So if your pool is just not looking right or the equipment sounds funny when it’s on, give us a call and we will fix it like new.
Water is what this whole thing is all about. A lot of things affect how your water looks.
Over time, it’s natural for pool water to evaporate, but only the water evaporates leaving minerals and contaminants, such as sunscreen, dust, and pool maintenance chemicals, to become more concentrated than normal. This can make it difficult to balance the chemical levels in your pool, which is why it’s important to periodically drain old water and refill it with fresh water.