Automatic pool cleaners are incredibly hard working for you. They clean up dirt, debris, even scrub away algae which will reduce the time you spend cleaning your pool, and can reduce chemical costs too.
The key is finding the right cleaner for you and your in-ground pool or above-ground pool. Some cleaning attributes you may want to consider.
- Do you only need it to clean the bottom of your pool?
- Is your pool prone to algae–will the cleaner need to climb and scrub walls too?
- Does your pool have a beach entry?
- Are you looking for an effective but energy efficient pool cleaner?
- Would you like a remote control feature for quick cleaning?
How about all of the above or some combination?
Types of cleaners:
In-ground Pool Cleaners
Above-ground Pool Cleaners
Robotic Pool Cleaners – can save you up to 94% on energy costs compared with most pressure cleaners
Suction Pool Cleaners – perfect for pools in tropical and desert climates, where cleaners must be capable of handling finer debris like sand.
Types of jobs your cleaner can perform: Some examples
Designed for beach entry pools
Energy efficient robotic pool cleaners
Scrub and vacuum walls and floors: TigerShark, SharkVac XL
Shuts itself off: TigerShark,
Remote control operation: TigerShark Plus
Floor only cleaners that can scrub tough dirt away: SharkVac
For periodic care and maintenance – helpful “How to” Videos
Pool cleaners may need periodic maintenance. Check out these How to videos for remedies to the most common cleaner issues. You’ll find tips for some of these more common issues: cleaner hose gets tangled, cleaner stops moving or is moving slowly, cleaner is not climbing walls, etc.