Our pool repair technicians are among the most skilled and responsible in the industry. With years of training behind us, we get to the problem in no time. Clear explanations and alternate repair solutions help to fit your budget and feel good about your pool repair decisions. We can bring your pool or spa back to health today.
If you would like to schedule a pool repair or have questions about your pool service, please call us at 512-263-3495
Your pool filter is the primary item that differentiates your pool from a swamp. We, as well as all major equipment manufacturers recommend servicing D.E. and cartridge filters every six months. We offer filter service which includes a complete break down of the filter elements, a full cleaning, inspection, reassembly, and charging of the filter for D.E. systems. If any repairs are needed, our trained technicians will be happy to explain the issue before sending a bid.
We also offer a variety of options for filtration systems should your filter need replacing. We can evaluate your current set up, and make recommendations for the perfect pairing with your existing equipment.
Is your pool starting to look green? Have you noticed some leaks around the filter? Is there debris returning into the pool? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might need someone to look at your pool’s filter. The good thing about pool filters is they are fairly simple when you compare them to other pieces of pool equipment. Even though they are simple, pool filters are essential in keeping your pool’s water clean. Instead of trying to tackle your pool filter repair yourself, you should contact a professional who can take care of the hassle for you.
Not only will O’Neill’s Pools clean your pool filter, we will inspect the filter’s grids/cartridges, and check all o-rings and manifolds. Even a small tear in one of your filters grids or cartridges can significantly reduce the ability to filter the water properly. If you are planning on replacing your pool filter, there are different manufacturers, sizes and types from which to choose. We can assist you in properly sizing the pool filter based on the water capacity of your pool, and the existing pool equipment.
Pool pumps come in a large variety of shapes and sizes. Whether your pump has a slight drip, won’t turn on, or is throwing more sparks than a Fourth of July parade, we can break your pump down and make a thorough recommendation on what’s needed to bring it back to life.
We also can make recommendations on pump upgrades. The technology available for pool pumps has changed drastically in the past 5 years due to ever-increasing technology. From high-efficiency single speed pumps to the newest advances in variable speed technology, we can not only help your pool stay cleaner, but save you money while doing it!
A properly working pool pump will keep your pool’s water circulating properly. This will prevent algae from growing as well as keep your pool’s water looking crystal clear. A pool pump that is working correctly should be quiet, dry, and should not have any air bubbles inside of it. If you are noticing air bubbles coming through the return fittings in the pool, more than likely a there is a suction leak between the skimmer and pool pump. If your pump is leaking water it could be that the mechanical seal, or seal plate gasket has failed. In some situations, replacing your pool pump could be the best solution. By the way – we often discover pools with “energy-hogging” single speed pumps, when an energy-efficient variable speed pump would be more economical. Switching to a more energy-efficient pump will save you hundreds of dollars every year, and possibly qualify for a rebate from your energy provider.
Your pool heater is the most complex item in your pool system. It takes a special level of care and time to properly diagnose and balance a unit that has water, gas, and electricity inside of it. Heater diagnostics are available. Call for details.
Enjoy your spa or extend your swim season by making sure your existing heater is functioning properly or by replacing it with a new one and have a manufacture warranty. If your pool heater has not been inspected in the last 5 years, we strongly encourage you to give us a call, for safety reasons as well as possible energy-saving improvements. We can repair any issues with existing heaters, or recommend the ideal and most energy-efficient heater replacement for your needs.
Whether you need your mechanical timer serviced, or want to upgrade to the latest and greatest in wifi-enabled and phone-app controlled systems, we do it all!
Leaking equipment is a sure sign of a repair need. Cracked pipes, earth shifts, backwash valve leaks, o-ring’s need replacement are all reasons to call for help.
Our technicians are fully trained to repair and install automatic chlorinators, salt water systems, ozonators, and UV-based sanitation systems. If you’re considering adding any of these systems to an existing pool, please feel free to contact us to see what may be the best fit for you.
Most cleaners can be repaired in the store for only the cost of parts, but in some situations it may be best to have a technician come to your house to see just what is going wrong. Whether repairing or considering replacing, we can figure out just what is needed to keep your pool beautiful.
We are trained in all varieties of cleaners, including suction, pressure, and robotic units.
As soon as the weather starts getting warm, we can come out and perform a complete system evaluation to make sure your system will give you a full swimming season with crystal clear water. We will provide a full inspection of the pump, filter, control, and sanitation systems. Contact us for more information.
Most major plumbing damage happens during the winter months. Let our technicians check your equipment for any leaks, make sure your control system is optimized for a winter run schedule, and install and/or test your freeze protection system.
Our professional staff is standing by to help you choose the best cleaner for your pool. Here are the 3 most popular types of cleaners: