Coconut Pool and Spa provides expert pool equipment repairs throughout the phoenix area. Your pool equipment is the most vital component in your swimming pool. The equipment in your pool must be professionally maintained by a qualified pool service repair technician in order to adequately function. For basic pool equipment installation and repairs, we are the leading pool service repair firm in the local area. Count on us for expert reliable service.
As the local Pool Equipment Repair professionals in Phoenix, we provide pool equipment installation & repair service in Mesa, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, Queen Creek, Ahwatukee, in Arizona.
Pool Equipment Repairs in Phoenix
Having a pool that is hard to keep clean and is not operating properly is indeed a frustrating experience! A sparkling blue pool can go to a green pond pretty quickly if the equipment that runs it doesn’t operate adequately!
If you’re hearing strange noises from your equipment paid, the worrying part is that something will break or stop working at some point. Most pools require annual inspection and basic yearly repairs and a thorough evaluation of all components on the equipment pad.
Pool Equipment Plumbing Repairs
- Leaks at connections – Bad o-rings
- Suction side leak – Air bubbles in pump head
- Consistent leaking at pipe joints
- Upgrading to a new pump but failing to retro fit new pipe sizing
Pool Filter Repairs
- Cartridge filter elements deformed & totaled
- DE filter fins & internal parts rips & breaks
- Stuck multi-port valve, failures & leaks (DE filters)
- Cracking of internal components (from excessive pressure)
- Leaking at the back near the motor (main mechanical seal failure)
- Water leak occuring from the middle section (gasket failure in the main housing)
- Top pipe outlet leaks (loosened fittings or overheating)
- Does not circulate water (usually indicates a clogged impeller or clogged filter)
Ignition failures can occur for a variety of reasons, but the most common cause of pool and spa heater failure is a lack of use and elements clogging the system.
Pool Control Systems
- Bad circuit boards (automation)
- Failed HV relays (automated systems)
- Timer motor failures (analog & dials)