Pool Equipment Repair

Our Pool Equipment Repair Methodology

Sometimes, pool owners underestimate the chance they take when doing business with underqualified companies or individuals. It makes better sense to have an established, reputable service company to take care of your pool equipment repairs.

Bluebonnet Pools’ repair technicians do work on all makes, models, and brands of pool equipment, both simple and complex. Our level of experience and our dedication to excellence in service and workmanship is unsurpassed!

Whether it’s your pump, heater, filter, or possibly a plumbing leak, our team can help you make sure everything is taken care of.

At Bluebonnet Pools, we commit ourselves to responsive customer service and timely repairs to get your pool up and running again.

We respond to, and repair most issues within 24 hours.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long should my pool pump run?

For the hotter months, it needs to run for at least eight (8) hours during the day.
For the cooler months, at least six (6) hours per day.

Why does my filter have low pressure?

Low filter pressure could indicate a clogged pump, a clogged skimmer basket, a clogged pump impeller, or a clogged suction line.

Does the pool technician add water if needed?

Yes. in most cases, water will be added.

Will I see the same pool technician each visit?

Yes and No. In most cases, we try to keep the same personnel scheduled, if possible. But changes could occur due to weather, holidays, or unforeseen circumstances. Our guarantee is that your pool will be serviced to our high standards, no matter what!

Will the pool technician let us know if we have any equipment problems?

Yes. You will be informed by way of a door hanger, a call from our office, or an email concerning any repairs needed.

Why does my filter have high pressure?

High filter pressure usually indicates that the filter needs to be cleaned or backwashed.

Does the cleaning service include chemicals?

No, not in most cases. As the seasons change during the year, so does your pool’s chemical needs. You are only charged according to what is actually needed.

When should the filter be backwashed?

Your filter should be backwashed at least once a month or when the pressure is ten (10) pounds over normal.