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6 tips to protect swimming pools in winter

17 Feb
6 tips to protect swimming pools in winter

Posted at 9:01h in How-To by Laurent Teisseyre.

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Are you struggling to protect swimming pools in winters? If your answer is YES, then you are in the right place.  Hardly anyone loves to swim or use the swimming pool during the winter season. In some regions swimming pools…

5  benefits of using swimming pool pump cover

02 Feb
5 benefits of using swimming pool pump cover

Posted at 9:01h in Noise Reduction, Noisy Pool Pump by Laurent Teisseyre.

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Ahh, the backyard swimming pool, is there anything more enjoyable than a dip in the cool, clear water on a hot summer day? If there is, then it might be lying by the poolside getting a tan after that refreshing swim. Having your…

5 Actionable Techniques to Quiet a Noisy Pool Pump

26 Jan
5 Actionable Techniques to Quiet a Noisy Pool Pump

Posted at 9:01h in Noisy Pool Pump by Laurent Teisseyre.

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A pool pump is one of the most important parts of your swimming pool. It facilitates the circulation of pool water. Hence, keeping the pump in good working condition is essential in ensuring that your pool operates optimally. Normally, the pool pump…

4 Effective checklist for maintaining pool – A complete guide

01 Nov
4 Effective checklist for maintaining pool – A complete guide

Posted at 6:55h in How-To by Laurent Teisseyre.

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How can a person function well if he does not maintain himself by watching what he takes in and how he performs? How can he function well if he is not taking medications when he feels part of his body…

Measuring pool pump noise in decibels – the definitive guide

24 Sep
Measuring pool pump noise in decibels – the definitive guide

Posted at 1:34h in How-To by Laurent Teisseyre.

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Ever wondered what it takes to know the level of noise that your pool pump produces? At least, one would like to know how extreme the problem at hand is, before you can decide on the best strategies to tackle…

4 Amazing troubleshooting pool pump motor problems

17 Aug
4 Amazing troubleshooting pool pump motor problems

Posted at 6:48h in Noisy Pool Pump by Laurent Teisseyre.

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A pool pump motor is a mechanical device that is used to pump water from a pool through its filter and then circulate the water back into the pool, thereby making the pool clean and debris free. If properly installed…

4 key tips to figure out what causes your pool pump motor to be noisy

17 Jul
4 key tips to figure out what causes your pool pump motor to be noisy

Posted at 10:16h in How-To by Laurent Teisseyre.

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We know how much of a nuisance a loud swimming pool pump could be to both you and your neighbours alike. Some pool pumps usually make a lot of noise, while other pumps are quieter because they have been innovated…

6 Reasons Why Pool Pump Making Loud Humming Noise

30 Jun
6 Reasons Why Pool Pump Making Loud Humming Noise

Posted at 6:53h in Noise Reduction by Laurent Teisseyre.

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One of the best ways to discover potential damage to your pool pump is by noticing excessive vibrations. These vibrations could be a result of embryonic faults, component failures or poor running conditions. This is why it is important to…

What are the different types of swimming pool pump noise?

22 Jun
What are the different types of swimming pool pump noise?

Posted at 12:33h in Noise Reduction by Laurent Teisseyre.

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Certain pool pumps based on their make, produce a loud noise. While other swimming pool pumps that are manufactured by companies (mostly R&D based) are created or designed to be quieter. The main source of pool noises is the pool…

5 best practices you should try to reduce loud pool pump noise

08 Jun
5 best practices you should try to reduce loud pool pump noise

Posted at 6:57h in How-To, Noise Reduction, Noisy Pool Pump by Laurent Teisseyre.

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During the normal operation of a swimming pool, there’s bound to be some sort of noise by pool pump. This noise isn’t excessively annoying, but when it becomes louder, it means there’s a problem with the pump that should be…