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.
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A pool tech was recently called to a job to bid a residential swimming pool heater repair. When he arrived he noticed that the venturi pipe for the spa jets was installed very close to the heater creating a dangerous situation in which carbon monoxide fumes could mix with the … Continue reading →
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 →