My client forwarded me photos of the pool equipment at prospective new account. Notice that the heater is installed under a wooden deck and only three feet from a bedroom window. There is no stack, allowing carbon monoxide to freely waft into the house through the nearby bedroom window.
Sometimes recognition is due. John Huber, an IPSSA member and owner of Sparkling Pools in Brentwood, California went to a residence for what he thought was a routine pump repair today. As he approached the equipment pad he saw a old wood shed housing the pool equipment. Inside was a … Continue reading →
A customer buys a used heater at a great price and he asks you to install it. Would you do it?
Installation of used equipment adds another layer of liability upon the pool service tech. In the event of a heater fire or injury, an issue will be raised as … Continue reading →