Some Sound Thoughts on Inground Pool Automatic Cleaners

September 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Automatic Pool Cleaner Buzz

If you have chosen an inground pool over an above ground pool then you have taken on added responsibility in the pools upkeep. Its just a fact that the plastic sides of an above ground pool don’t require the same level of maintenance that the cement sides of an inground pool do.

This means that when it is time to go out looking for an inground pool automatic pool cleaner you are going to have more to consider then the owner of an above ground pool. This means that you can pretty much forget about one of those cheapo, low functioning suction side pool cleaners that you may have already seen advertised.

Of course, if you also are a cheapo you can bring one home if you like. However; you will also have to bring home some hand scrubbing supplies as well because you are going to be needing them. This is because neglecting the cement sides of your pool can and will lead to long term problems.

Before making the decision between a mechanical inground pool automatic cleaner and and one of the water powered models that run off of the pool pump you may want to go find a pool and spend an hour or so with a long handled scrub brush cleaning the sides. If you don’t mind doing it then you may be able to do without a mechanical pool cleaner.

Hey its good exercise! However; if you are like many people who loath the task then think long and hard about spending the money for a nice mechanical inground pool automatic cleaner with rotating scrub brushes. It is important to bear in  mind that they now come in a wide price range. If you don’t need all of the convenience features, you can find a nice one with a good warranty for around $500-$600.

Written by Jolie Kreppenstein. Now you can learn all you wanted about Inground ground pool automatic cleaners as well as Commercial inground ground pool automatic cleaners

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