Automatic Pool Cleaning Systems
Dirt, bugs, leaves and pebbles in your pool can make for an unpleasant swim and could damage your pool liner. Routine pool cleaning removes this debris from your pool. Automated swimming pool cleaners make the task of cleaning an in-ground pool easier and faster.
The Best Pool Cleaning Systems on the Market
Hohne Pools in Baltimore carries the best automatic pool cleaning systems available. Among Maryland pool owners, the top pool cleaners include:
- Polaris Caretaker99 Automatic Pool Cleaning Systems
- Leaf Trapper Safe Maindrain System
- Polaris VacSweep®
- Tiger Shark®
- Kreepy Krauly®
The Different Types of Automatic Pool Cleaners
Automatic Pool Cleaners come in three varieties:
Suction Pool Cleaners use suction from your pool’s plumbing and filtration system to move around the bottom and walls of your pool. Suction cleaners are good for pools where debris is light.
Pressure Pool Cleaners use the pressure side of your pool’s plumbing and filtration system. Pressure-side cleaners are ideal for pools that are more likely to get larger debris like branches and leaves.
Robotic Pool Cleaners are simple: Plug it in, drop it in the pool, and let it work. The cleaner collects dirt and debris as it moves along the pool bottom and walls. Robotic cleaners tend to be more expensive, but they reduce wear and tear on your pool filtration system and reduce chemical usage.
Many pool cleaning systems require no installation. Others may require initial set-up and configuration. Contact us to discuss the system that best meets your needs.
FAQ About Pool Cleaning Systems
Does my pool cleaning device have a warranty?
Most pool cleaner systems come with a limited warranty. Hohne Pools will provide all warranty details at the time of purchase.
Do I need an automated pool cleaning system?
Automatic pool cleaners are a convenient way to keep your pool clean and ready to use with less fuss and bother. Automatic cleaners help reduce the need for brushing, skimming, and vacuuming the pool, although they won’t completely eliminate manual cleaning and maintenance. An automatic pool cleaner is ideal if you’d like to spend less time cleaning.
Are pool cleaning systems difficult to use?
Automatic pool cleaning systems are typically powered by your existing pool filtration system, so they’ll glide effortlessly across your pool’s bottom.
What pool cleaning accessories do I need?
Depending on your pool, you may need a pool vacuum, pool filter, skimmer, and other pool cleaning tools.
Pool Cleaner Pre-Installation Checklist
Before you install an automated pool cleaner, review the warnings and safety information in the owner’s manual for your device.
Before installing a pool cleaner in a vinyl liner pool:
- Check the vinyl liner closely for signs of deterioration or damage. Contact Hohne Pools for repairs if you discover any damage.
- Remove stones, roots, twigs and other debris from under the liner before installing the cleaner
Before installing the cleaner in a tiled pool:
- Repair loose tiles
- Clean your pool filter system
Before Using Your Automatic Swimming Pool Cleaner
- Chemically balance the pool water.
- Brush pool and let the debris settle.
- Hand vacuum thoroughly.
- Clean filter and pump strainer basket
Pool Cleaners and Pool Damage
Over time, your pool finish may experience deterioration, discoloration and brittleness of due to age, pool chemical imbalance and other factors. Many pool owners worry that automatic pool cleaners will damage their tile or concrete pool. In fact, the opposite is usually true: The pool finish will cause wear and tear on the pool cleaner system.