The pool heater is arguably the most complicated among all pool equipment. The heater requires qualified and certified personnel to troubleshoot any problem and do repairs if need be. Contact us right away if your pool heater is acting up. Be careful with gas pool heaters; they use liquid propane, a highly combustible and hazardous gas.
When should you call for expert heater repairs?
Heater doesn’t switch on – Air supply inadequacy, low pressure of gas or faulty venting could be the cause. Rust or clogging of the heater pilot can be the problem as well.
Heater doesn’t reach proper temperature – If thermostat is set well and not very low, no mix-up with heater input and gas heater has enough gas call pool heater repair right away.
Noisy heater – Grinding, whining and bangs indicate issues in the filter and hose systems. Debris can be the culprit too. We will inspect the heater system for any blockage and faulty pressure switch in case pump still works after turning it off.
Leaking water – Where the sanitizer or chemical damage has occurred pool heater will leak water. A technician should check for winter freeze, gasket leaks, missing O-rings, loose pressure switch or a faulty drain plug.
Dark exhaust emission-Inadequate venting, air supply or low pressure of gas could be the reason for a blackened pool heater top. Debris could be blocking side intake vents or the top exhaust. Qualified pool heater repair experts need to look at it.
Excessive heating-It is not hard to identify a pool heater damaged by overheating. Inadequate venting, air supply or down-drafting could also be the cause.
Faulty pool heaters are dangerous and hazardous. Don’t attempt heater repairs on your own. If the pool heater has problems contact certified pump repairs straightaway. It could save lives, the heater and your pool.