South Florida’s most trusted swimming pool service company! Pool cleaning, pool maintenance & expert pool repairs. Give us a call, we’ll be right out.
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4196 S. University Drive, Davie, FL 33328
Servicing & Repairing Pools In Broward County For Over Five Decades. We Know Swimming Pools.
Guardian Pools has been providing weekly pool service, pool maintenance, pool cleaning & expert pool repairs in the Fort Lauderdale, FL / Hollywood, FL area since 1965. That’s over 50 years of solid swimming pool experience ready to go to work for you. We know what it takes to service and maintain South Florida swimming pools.
We service, maintain and repair pools in the following cities every day: Wilton Manors FL, Oakland Park FL,, Sunrise FL, Lauderhill FL, Lauderdale Lakes FL, Plantation FL, Weston FL, Davie FL, Cooper City FL, Hollywood FL, Pembroke Pines FL, Miramar FL, Hallandale Beach FL, Dania Beach FL. Give us a call, we’ll be right out.
You can rely on our highly-recommended service & repair technicians. They are prompt, courteous & professional. Guardian Pools has the knowledge, experience & staff to handle all your pool service, pool repair, and pool maintenance needs.
- American Swimming Pool Institute (ASPI)
- Broward County Certificate of Competency 78-1179-PM
- State Certified Swimming Pool Contractor License RP0024455
- Licensed, Bonded and Insured
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Highly Rated and Recommended on Google and Yelp
- Swimming Pool Service
- Weekly Pool Maintenance
- Automatic Pool Cleaners
- Pool Heaters & Heat Pumps
- Expert Pool Repairs
- Pool Cleaning
- Pool Pumps & Motors
- Leak Locating & Repair
We are proud that Guardian Pools was selected as one of the top swimming pool companies in the Dade/Broward County area, 2018. Check us out: https://www.expertise.com/fl/miami/pool-cleaning-maintenance
HELPFUL INFORMATION & TIMELY TIPS
If your pump is running but the water does not seem to be circulating in the pool, the pump has probably lost its prime.
In order for the pool pump to circulate the swimming pool water, it needs to establish a prime. This is when most or all of the air is removed from the plumbing lines and equipment and a constant flow of water is established. If you do not have a constant flow of water, then it is possible that you have not established a prime. The first thing to check is the water level of the pool. The water line should be half way up the tile bordering the swimming pool. If your water level is high enough then turn off the system and remove the lid of the pump. Fill the pot of the pump with water and before replacing the lid, be sure that the pump lid o-ring or gasket is clean, in good condition and securely in place. Turn on the system. If prime is still not established, feel free to contact us for further assistance.