A Citrus Heights pool filter repair may at first seem like an easy task. However when doing a Citrus Heights pool filter repair there’s more to it than just looking at the filter. A Citrus Heights pool filter repair also includes back wash valves, manifolds, bulk heads, sand, DE grids, and elements.
When doing a Citrus Heights pool filter repair on DE filters, it’s a good idea to inspect the grids. The grids are what keep the DE from collapsing and possibly preventing filtration. A Citrus Heights pool filter repair needs to be done once a year to insure the DE grids provide consistent filtration and continual operation.
It’s common when doing a Citrus Heights pool filter repair to overlook the o-rings. The first cause of poor filtration is often due to the o-rings. O-rings are often the first cause of poor filtration on a DE or Sand filter.
Different filters can have different problems and the manifolds can be something to check when working on a Hayward brand filter. We have observed when doing a Citrus Heights pool filter repair on a Hayward filter that the manifolds can be crushed from high pressure. When doing a Citrus Heights pool filter repair it’s a good idea to note the pressure before you start. Usually pressure above 30 psi will lead to crushed manifolds.
While servicing a Citrus Heights pool filter repair the bulk heads are another important thing to inspect. The bulk heads are what attach the filter to the plumbing. Bulk heads often break down due to vibration and/or faulty o-rings.
A Citrus Heights pool filter repair is important in maintaining a clean pool. If your Citrus Heights pool filter repair is not done properly it can contribute to other equipment break downs such as your pump, sweep pump, cleaner or solar equipment. Sac Valley Pool Service is the company to call when it comes to needing a Sacramento pool filter repair.
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