Cleaners and Controls

Cleaners and Controls

Cleaners and Controls

Pool maintenance has never been easier. With today's technology, you’re able to automate much of the cleaning and operational processes, making maintenance less of a chore and pool ownership more enjoyable.

The first step to taking the hassle out of pool maintenance is choosing the right cleaning equipment — like automatic pool cleaners. They move around the bottom of your pool, cleaning debris, and are available in three types:

Suction Cleaners

Suction Cleaners function as a skimmer and work in conjunction with your pumping and filtration system — these are the most common.

Pressure Cleaners

Pressure Cleaners use water pressure to function and often have replaceable filter bags that trap dirt from the pool.

Electric Cleaners

Electric Cleaners have a self-contained pump and filter system, and usually trap dirt with an internal filter. Also called robotic cleaners, they need to be plugged into an electrical outlet.

Control System

The second step to hassle-free pool maintenance is to add a control system. With remote controls, you can automate most of the operation process — installing remote controls inside your home, where you can control not just your cleaning system, but your spa, heaters, lighting, covers and more.