Most people are beginning to use their swimming pools now that the weather has warmed up. The problem is that your energy bills go up as well. Here are some tips, plus a video that will help save you money and aggravation.
1. How old is your pool timer? If your timer is over 10 years old, it may need to be replaced. The reason is the terminal posts, (particularly from the panel side to the timer), may have aged and worn out through arcing to be efficient. We can replace your pool timer with a better version. There are even digital pool timers available you can control from your smartphone!
2. Do you really need to run the pump on your pool that long? Many studies conclude that you don't. Save money by running your pool timer only a couple hours, three times a day.
Speaking of this, I have included a video that I would like to share about how you can save up to $300 on operating your pool. Just watch the video