Pool Pump Repair

How to Know if Your Pool Pump is Not Working

A malfunctioning pool pump can be an absolute headache.

Fighting the heat in a fresh water heaven in your own backyard is a phenomenal opportunity. Not to mention that staying in as long as you want when you want is a luxury that many only dream of having. It's easy to take this opportunity for granted until you walk out one day and hear growling noises or water spraying from the pump and motor.

There are several ways to determine if the pool pump is not working. Following are some ways to determine if the pool pump is the culprit.

CALL FOR CONSULTATION: Gulfport & Hattiesburg, MS (228-263-4525), Daphne, Spanish Fort, Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL (251-929-8990), and Gulf Breeze & Navarre FL ( 850-530-4085) and neighboring cities.

Loss of Suction of the Pool Pump

Swimming pool pumps are designed to draw in water and pump it through the filter and then return the water to the pool free of debris. Your filter should be equipped with a pressure guage which can be used to determine if the water is moving through the system correctly. If the baseline on the pressure gauge is off, you may have either a clogged pump or the pump motor is worn out.

Water is Leaking Around Pool Pump

The connections to the pool pump all have seals to maintain pressure, these seals will fail over time and may show water dripping out of the connections or pump strainer basket. More often than not, water in these areas will indicate a seal that has failed. Whatever the cause, you need to have the pump repaired before the problem becomes worse, requiring a new pump or motor installation.

Does Your Pool Pump Motor Keep Shutting Off?

Modern variable speed pumps are designed to shut off when problems are detected. If the motor shuts down after a short time, it can be an issue of over-heating or a clog. This is a problem that needs to be corrected and addressed as soon as it is noticed, since it can only get worse requiring more parts and affecting the rest of the swimming pool equipment.

A Noisy Swimming Pool Pump

Nobody, especially your neighbors, wants to hear whining or grinding coming from your pool pump. Your pool pump should run quietly, noises that are out of character are the number one indication of the need for swimming pool pump repair or replacement.

DON'T WAIT! CALL FOR CONSULTATION: Gulfport & Hattiesburg, MS (228-263-4525), Daphne, Spanish Fort, Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL (251-929-8990), and Gulf Breeze & Navarre FL ( 850-530-4085) and neighboring cities.

Sucking Air Into Your Pool System

Fresh clean air is good, but not when it is being sent through your pool system. If you are getting excessive bubblers in the strainer basket or bubbles injected into the pool, this is a good indication that something is leaking or that a seal has failed (see above)

Off Color, Green, or Murky Water

Your pool should always have clean clear water. Green or murky water is an easy indication that something is awry with the swimming pool pump and filtration system. No more exploration need, call our pool service!

If You Need a Pool Pump Repair...

Pool equipment repair is one of our specialties. We'll make sure your swimming pool is up and running as soon as possible. Give us a call at the below numbers or fill out the form for more information.

We service Gulfport & Hattiesburg MS (CALL 228-263-4525).

Daphne, Spanish Fort, Fairhope & Orange Beach AL (CALL 251-929-8990).

Gulf Breeze & Navarre FL (CALL 850-530-4085).



We Provide Services to the Following Cities and Towns in AL:

  • Fort Morgan
  • Elberta
  • Loxley
  • Saraland
  • Semmes
  • Silverhill

The following towns in Florida: Pensacola, Perdido Key, Navarre, Gulf Breeze, Cantonment, Pace, Milton, Pensacola Beach and Innerarity Shores.

The following towns in Mississippi: Hattiesburg, Pascagoula, Ocean Springs, Biloxi, Gulfport, Long Beach, Pass Christian, Bay St. Louis, and Diamondhead.