Have you been thinking about which pool cleaners in Gersham you should get for your pool? If you’ve been reading magazines and advertisements, you may be a little confused about which ones are the best or what you need for your pool. In this article, we are going to help you understand pool cleaners and which ones you should consider for your pool.

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Pool Cleaners – Automatic or Manual?

If you have a decent sized swimming pool, you know it can take quite a bit of time to clean your pool manually. If you do this on a weekly basis, you know that you are looking at hours each month to keep your pool sparkling and clean. Missing one appointment with your manual pool cleaner could send your pool toward the cloudy or green end of things. This is why many people are looking into automatic cleaners.

Cleaning your pool with an automatic cleaner means that you do not have to worry about it yourself. It is a set and forget it kind of thing. Stick your little water robot in the pool and let it do all the hard work. They won’t mind – I promise. Having one of these little cleaners running around helps your filter get its job done so you don’t have to worry about putting too much stress on it and causing it to need a fix before its time. If you are looking into automatic cleaners now, you should know there are 3 different types you can choose from. These types are suction side, pressure side and robotic.

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Suction-Side Pool Cleaners

Since suction-side cleaners are friendly to your budget, many homes have decided this is the option for them. You connect the cleaner to your existing skimmer or dedicated suction line and it travel around your pool getting all the debris and sending it through your pool’s filtration system. Most of these models will pick up medium-sized debris but some models can even pick up small debris like sand. Depending on the model you get, you could have one that will climb your wall.

While this is a good option that will save you time, you are still going to have the wear and tear on your filter system since it is sending everything through your filter to be processed. If that is not a concern for you, this might be the right model for you.

Pressure-Side Pool Cleaners

Pressure-side cleaners use water pressure from a dedicated booster pump or sometimes a pool pump. This is what drives the cleaner around your pool and forces the debris into a filter bag so it is able to be collected and then removed. Since they have their own filter back, you are not adding stress to your filter. These are great for medium to large pools and allow for easy maintenance. You may need a second pump or booster pump and you do need the pool pump to run so it can work.

Robotic Cleaner

These robots pick up any size debris and they do not hook up to any of your pool’s filtration system that you already have. These cleaners are self-contained filtration systems and since this is true, they reduce your overall power costs and consumption. This means it is the most energy-efficient automatic cleaner. If you upgrade your robot, you could get features like remote control, four-wheel drive and even waterline scrubbing.

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Pool Cleaners – Conclusion

The best thing you can do is check your budget and see what features you can’t live without. This will help you get the best results. If you need any help, feel free to reach out to one of our specialists and we would be glad to help you.

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