Do you have a pool pump that is noisy, leaking, tripping power, not working?
Do you think it may be dead, burnt out, blown up, broken?
Has your pool pump lost suction?
Want to know why your pool pump suddenly stopped working?
Don’t want to worry about changing plumbing around for a new pump?
Have you ever wondered if your pool pump is worth repairing?
What We Offer:
Starting at $290, all our pool pump repairs include new bearings, mechanical seal, capacitor, descale and repaint. We pressure test all pumps, do an electrical test and tag, and all repairs come with 12 months warranty. A $39 inspection and quote fee will be charged when the pump is dropped off, and this will come off the cost of repairs.
We install the highest quality, Japanese made double seal bearings, carbon graphite mechanical seals and good quality parts in all pump repairs requiring a rebuild. Most pumps do not have these bearings installed from new because of the extra costs.
Why Pumps Die:
The main reason that pumps fail, get noisy or start leaking, is simply, age. When the important parts wear out, it affects the pump’s operation, and therefore the quality of your swimming experience. If you service your pump every 4-5 years, the same way that you service your car, this will keep it running at its optimum performance, and keep your swimming pool inviting all year round.
Other reasons that pumps can fail are out of our control – power surges from electrical storms, power outages, flooding etc. Often, we can repair these pumps and will work with you to replace the pump if we cannot economically repair it for you.
Sometimes, when the water level in the pool gets too low, or there is a blockage, or leak, unseen in the system, this can lead to the pump running dry. This is VERY BAD for your pump. One of the common signs of damage from running dry is loss of suction. If you get it in to us early enough, we should be able to repair it, but if you let it run dry for too long, it may get beyond repair and require replacement. If you think that your pump may have been run dry, it is best to bring it in sooner rather than later.
Who We Are:
Conveniently located in Dutton Park, Aquamech Services repair and service all brands and models of chlorinators, pool, spa and tank pumps, sand filters, pool cleaners, pool lights and more in our fully equipped workshop.
Full pump rebuilds start at $290, depending on complexities involved, as every pump is different. Better still; repairing is generally always a lot cheaper than buying a quality made replacement pump.
Aquamech Services Pty Ltd ATF Harper Family Trust are licensed electrical contractors (Lic No 82693) and all our repaired items are electrically tested and tagged in accordance with the Australian/New Zealand Electrical Installation Verification Guidelines.
We give a 12 month warranty on parts and labour for all our pool pump repairs and rebuilds.
Want to know more? Check out our Pump Repairs Page