Pool Heater Repair & Replacement

Pool heaters are one of the most sophisticated and complicated aspects of your pool equipment system, and diagnosing and repairing them may be tough. Don’t allow an untrained pool heater repairman to operate on your heater under any circumstances.

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Top Rated Pool Heater Repair & Replacement Services

When a basic pool heater repair is required, you will most likely spend more money or perhaps have to replace the pool heater. We are your pool heater repair experts, and you will not need to contact anyone else to have the job done correctly the first time! A swimming pool heater is an essential component of any pool system. It lets you and your family use your pool all year round. We adore the experience of going into a heated pool on a cool day since we’re both from the northeast. Pool heaters, like other swimming pool systems, may break down or wear out over time. All of your pool equipment requirements will be met by our skilled pool repair professionals. Is it necessary to replace pool heaters on a regular basis? We’ve seen some very old pool heaters that have been unused for years, while others are still in working order. A gas pool heater should last around 6-7 years on average. Some pool heaters are capable of lasting more than ten years.

Pool Heater Repair

Why Do Pool Heaters Stop Working?

Low water flow, which may be caused by dirty filters or damaged valves, can cause a pool heater to malfunction. When a pilot light fails to light, the heater fails to ignite, or the heater rusts out, pool heater issues are common.

What are the most typical issues with pool heaters? A pool heater might cease operating for a variety of reasons. The first is a blocked or damaged filter, which causes low water pressure when the heater is turned on. A defective gas valve is the second most prevalent issue, which results in no gas flow to the heater.

Before turning on the heater, double-check that the valve is turned on. A clogged filter valve is a third typical cause for pool heaters not working correctly. Fourth, defective electrical components might cause pool heaters to fail.

The Pool Heater Isn’t Working- If the filter is blocked or the connections are rusted, your pool heater may not turn on. A display screen on certain contemporary pool heaters shows trouble lights and alerts (error codes).

The signals indicate that your heater is not turning on due to an internal fault, and you may contact us for assistance in resolving the problem. Our specialists have a lot of expertise with heater difficulties, including circuit problems.

After a few seconds, the pool heater comes on and goes off. Flame sensors are included into some of the latest pool heaters to monitor the ignition mechanism. If the gas fails to ignite, the gas valve closes for a brief time before attempting to ignite again. This issue might be caused by a rusted or unclean flame sensor.

The ignition control, particularly if it fails to read the data from the sensor, might be another cause of the issue. In such cases, we employ specialist service tools to determine the true issue and rapidly address it.

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The pool heater comes on and runs for a while, then shuts off before reaching the set temperature. For example, suppose you set a temperature point of 100 degrees Fahrenheit, but the heater cuts off at 95 degrees Fahrenheit. A defective thermal regulator within the heater might be one of the causes of this issue. It might also indicate that water does not flow through the heater due to a mechanical bypass. Another factor might be blocked water jets, which would reduce the pool’s water flow. To minimize further deterioration of the pool equipment, please make a pool service maintenance appointment with an experienced professional as soon as possible. Give Sidekick Pool Repair Columbia a call now


Columbia, SC


(839) 895-4500



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