Pool filters keep your pool clean and clear by removing dirt, leaves, grass, and other impurities from your pool water. Hohne Pools in Baltimore has the pool filters Maryland pool owners need to keep their water crystal clear.
Our Pool Filtration Systems
Hohne Pools installs pool filters from major manufacturers, including:
Don’t see your preferred brand listed here? Call us — we may be able to order it. We supply inground pool filters in several styles, including sand filters, cartridge filters, and diatomaceous earth (D.E.) filters.
Pool Filter Parts
Need pool filter parts? We can help! Hohne Pools sells pool filtration parts for several brands and models. Call us at 410.668.1300 for parts orders. From pool filter cartridges to filter sand, let us help you find it.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you install swimming pool filters on existing pools, or just new pools?
Both! As one of Maryland’s top pool builders, we install pool filtration systems on new inground pools. We can also do pool filter installation on existing pools, including as part of a pool renovation.
Can I get a salt chlorination system added to my filter?
Yes. Hohne Pools installs Hayward AquaRite salt systems — a complete pool sanitizing system that uses ordinary salt. The Hayward AquaRite converts a small amount of salt into fresh, pure chlorine, which helps keep your pool water clean, clear and soft.
Do you supply pool filter sand?
Yes. Hohne Pools is the Baltimore pool supply store pool owners depend on for pool filter sand, sanitizing chemicals, and other pool supplies. We’re located at 9000 Harford Rd. — call us to ask if we have what you’re looking for: 410.668.1300.
I need a replacement pool filter cartridge — can you help with that?
Yes. We supply filter cartridges for a range of cartridge filter brands. Please contact us to see if we can supply the specific filter you’re looking for.
What type of swimming pool filter should I install?
Swimming pool filtration systems come in three main types: Sand filters, D.E. filters and cartridge filters.
Sand pool filters use sand (surprise!) to trap tiny debris. The sand must then be backwashed to remove impurities. Sand filters can remove debris as small as 20 microns.
Cartridge element filters trap debris as small as 10 to 15 microns. Cartridge filters allow fewer clogs and easier maintenance than sand. They puts less pressure on the pump than sand, too, providing more flow and turnover. Cartridge filters can cleaned by simply hosing off the cartridge element off.
D.E. filters use the fossilized exoskeletons of tiny creatures called diatoms to trap debris as small as 2-5 microns. They provide the highest level of pool filtration.