If there’s one piece of pool cleaning equipment can save a pool owner a lot of time on maintenance, it’s investing in an in-floor automatic pool cleaner. Some in-floor pool cleaners are better than the next, but we’ll start by looking at the many benefits that this style of cleaning system offers.
Pool owners have a variety of choice when it comes to automatic pool cleaners, from simple automated cleaning systems to state of the art in-floor systems to even hybrid varieties. In-floor pool cleaners are often the preferred choice for five reasons:
In-floor automatic pool cleaners are efficient and effective, and require less maintenance than other systems. All a pool owners needs to do is empty the strainer basket ever so often and the system will continue to remove smoothly.
The pool and spa industry is an ever changing one, regularly revolutionizing the way that pools function and work. Until recently, most pools have been outfitted with G2 and G3 cleaning systems. However, we at Shasta have been fortunate enough to now be able to offer our clients G4V Venturi Cleaning Heads. Powerful and nearly invisible, this powerful in-floor automatic pool cleaner delivers 23% more cleaning power and 33% wider coverage than any other in-floor cleaning system. This means faster cleaning and less heads being needed throughout the pool to do the job.
See our Service Specials for deals on G4 Venturi Powered cleaning heads and other pool cleaning equipment at http://shastapools.com/specials/.
Shasta Pools is a Phoenix pool builder who provides a variety of services including swimming pool remodeling, commercial pool building, and pool service and repair. Since its establishment in 1967, Shasta has helped over 80,000 families realize their dream of pool ownership. By providing exceptional value, quality craftsmanship and superior customer service, the Shasta team continues to fulfill the corporate mission of astonishing and delighting their customers and exceeding expectations. You can learn more about Shasta Pools & Spas by visiting them online, or by connecting with them on Facebook or Twitter.