Installation and Repair

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Pumps are the heart of your pool system. They have the tiresome job of moving tens of thousands of gallons a day of water though your filter, cleaner and water features. Eventually internal parts and seals will wear out and motors will fail. When that happens, Aquamaid is here to help. Pumps are the #1 component that we repair. Whether it’s a relatively simple seal failure or a more severe motor failure, we have the parts and skills to get your pump back up and running in no time. If your pump is an older inefficient model or the repair is extensive, you are better off replacing it with a new pump. The latest technology variable speed pumps will save you several hundred dollars a year in electric cost and are super quite and durable.
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Typical pump repair & replacement cost

Bad or Leaking Seal – $125
Replace bad motor – $450-$600
Air leaks – $100 – $250
Outlet piping leaks – $125 – $250
Running but no flow $100 – $250
Humming and not running $140
New single speed pump $850-$1000
New variable speed pump $1700
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DIY Quick Fixes

Pump Won’t Run
Pump Runs but Low Pressure
Pump Runs but High Pressure

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Should I Repair or Replace

When your pump needs repair it is the perfect time to ask this question.  Here are our recommendations to help with your decision.

  • If your pump is less than 10 years old and the repair is less than $400 then you might want to consider just fixing it.  Although an upgrade to a variable speed pump is always a good option to consider.
  • Is you pump is old technology.  Most metal pumps are open impeller pumps that likely have a lot of internal wear.  These pumps are extremely inefficient by today’s standards and are good candidates to be replaced regardless of the cost of a repair.
  • If your pump is more than 10 years old and the cost of the repair is more than $400 then you should replace it with a new single speed pump or a variable speed pump.
  • Always consider an upgrade to a variable speed pump for your filter pump.  Variable speed pumps will save you $700 or more in electricity cost per year over a single speed pump and they run cooler and quieter which is good for the pump as well as the filter.