Anyone living in Arizona knows the summers are HOT, and the last thing you want to happen is for your pool motor to die out. If that does happen, though, you can trust Run ‘Em Again Electric Motors to diagnose and repair your motor.
Repairing your pool motor instead of replacing it can save you a lot of money. There are many factors that can influence how long you can go until your pool motor needs replaced, including: the size of your pump vs the size of your pool, how often you run your pump, the type of pump, and motor maintenance. Pool motors wear out faster in warmer climates, like we have in Arizona, because the motors are run year round, as opposed to those in climates with more than one season, where the motor is typically only run in the summer. You can expect your motor to last 5-8 years, and you could need a repair within 2-3 years.
While you can expect to need a repair with 2-3 years of buying your motor, this can then extend the life of your motor. You can also extend the life of your motor and the time between major repairs by keeping up with regular maintenance, such as checking for cracks and replacing screws. The amount of time between repairs also depends on the type of repair needed. For example, simply repairing bearings is a fraction of the cost of a new pump, and it can help extend your time between repairs and needing a new pump.
Run ‘Em Again Electric Motors repairs and rebuilds swimming pool motors and is stocked with replacement parts for a variety of motors and brands, including: electric pool motors, defusers, impellers, seals; including brands Goulds, Zoeller, Taco, and Bell & Gossett. Located in Glendale, Arizona, Run ‘Em Again Electric Motors is here to rescue you from the heat when your pool motor gets fried. We also service the areas of Peoria and Surprise.
If you’re having trouble with your pool motor, don’t hesitate; get in contact with Run ‘Em Again Electric Motors today for a test of your equipment, the first step to getting your pool back in running order.