At Butcher’s Pools, we know how important it is to prolong the life of your pool equipment and protect your investment. Our repair technicians are very knowledgeable, licensed, and have been trained to install, maintain, and repair all makes and models of pool equipment.

Here are some of the services that we provide:

  • Repair or replacement of pool pumps and motors
  • Repair or replacement of pool filters
  • Timers and Controls
  • Automation and Salt Systems
  • Installation or repair of automatic cleaners
  • Installation or repair of Pool and Spa Heaters
  • Repair or replacement of Pool and Spa Lights
  • Leak Detections
  • Plumbing repairs, and re-plumbing of equipment
  • Miscellaneous Equipment repairs 


Equipment Automation & Upgrades

At Butcher’s Swimming Pools, we understand your time is valuable. There’s no reason for any pool or spa owner to use more energy or spend more money than necessary in order to maintain their pool, and that’s why we’re dedicated to giving you the most energy-efficient custom poolscape to enjoy in the most effortless way.

Equipping your pool with energy-efficient equipment proves to be the best way to reduce energy consumption while cutting your utility costs associated with pool ownership, all the while running a low-maintenance pool. Because when your equipment runs effectively and efficiently, you spend more time in the water – where you should be!


Filter Cleanings

Sure, you can think of things more fun than cleaning your pool filter, but this is an important part of pool maintenance that cannot be overlooked or undervalued. You can always hire a service technician to do your dirty work for you, but whether you do it yourself or depend on an experienced professional, it is important to know the proper steps involved. Give us a call today to see how we can help!

Saltwater Pool vs. Chlorine Pool: Which is Best for You?

The Advantages of a Saltwater Pool

Rather than use chlorine tablets, dissolved salt is used to both clean and sanitize your pool. Not only is this way of cleaning the pool more budget-friendly, but saltwater pools also often require less maintenance than a chlorinated pool. What many people don't understand, however, is that saltwater pools don't leave you with the “feel” of just emerging from the ocean. In fact, saltwater pools still have chlorine in it since chlorine is a byproduct of salt! But the major benefit of saltwater is that you're able to reap the benefits of a chlorinated pool without using as many chemicals. Because of this, these pools are thought to be safer for the skin, hair, and less damaging to our bathing suits than chlorine.

The Advantages of a Chlorinated Pool

Many will attest to the fact that chlorine is better at cleaning up any bacteria in the water than a salt water-based pool. It's also faster to act if there are bacteria present, or if the pH levels happen to be off. Clearing up the water is also significantly faster, taking only a day or two versus 3 to 5 days. Here's another advantage that makes chlorinated pools a winner in many households: they're easier to operate. All you need to do is add some tablets to your pool system and your pump or a floating disbursement device will spread it through the water for you – it doesn't get easier than that!