Cleaning isn’t exactly everyone’s favorite activity, but every room and every item in your household needs to be cleaned regularly, including your swimming pool. The good news is you don’t have to spend too much time cleaning your pool when you install an automatic pool cleaner. Thankfully, now you can spend less time scrubbing the pool and more time having fun in it.
Adding a automatic pool cleaner save you time and will extend the enjoyment of your backyard for you and your guests.
Not only will an automatic pool cleaner save you time but also circulate water inside your in-ground swimming pool. Additionally, you can also set a timer on your pool cleaner so you don’t have to watch it the entire time it’s cleaning the pool. Here are some options for automatic pool cleaners.
The in-floor cleaners are circulating nozzles that are built inside the floor of the pool. The nozzles pop up when it’s time to clean. The system uses a unique way to clean the pool by using the pressure of filtered or clean water to provide circulation. The in-floor cleaners are built on a system of return lines where there is a bank of cleaning heads in the floor. The cleaning heads pop up and spray a jet of water. Then they retract, change direction towards the filter and pop up again to spray dirt into the filtration system.
Basically, the cleaner circulates fresh and filtered water, which properly distributes heat and chemical. In-floor cleaners are quite efficient and reduce the overall cost of cleaning. Since heated water is properly distributed, swimmers won’t find cold spots in the pool. You can purchase the in-floor cleaning system as a whole, or buy a bench system that supplement an automatic pool cleaner.
The robotic pool cleaner is quite superior in the way it cleans at a fast pace. The cleaner isn’t connected to your pool’s pump, filtration or plumbing system, and for that reason it operates at a fairly low cost. The robotic cleaner is powered by low voltage electricity as well. The cleaners work in a way such that they filter the pool’s water by collecting dirt and debris internally. Some robotic cleaners are equipped to brush and scrub your pool as well.
The pressure-side cleaner is not independent of your pool’s pump, although you can use a booster pump that is dedicated to the cleaner for more power. This type of cleaner helps in distributing clean and filtered water around your pool. The cleaner has a bag for collecting debris so that the filtration system doesn’t get compromised. The pressure-side cleaner is attached to a dedicated return line with hoses and fittings so that fresh water can be brought into the pool.
The suction-side cleaners work with your pool’s pump and filter. The cleaner is attached to the skimmer with a hose or connected to the pool wall with an intake fitting. The pump sucks in the dirt and debris from the pool water, which is then collected in skimmer baskets and the pool’s filtration system.