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  Senoia, GA 30276

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Dustpan Mop Broom Tool

$69.00
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An automated pool cleaner is a device designed to help maintain and clean swimming pools. These devices are essential for keeping your pool water clean, free of debris, and algae. They move around the pool, using the pool’s pump to create suction, which helps pick up dirt, leaves, and other debris. Suction-side cleaners are generally affordable but may not be as efficient as other types.

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An automated pool cleaner is a device designed to clean and maintain swimming pools efficiently and with minimal manual effort. These devices are popular among pool owners because they help keep the pool water clean, remove debris, and reduce the need for manual cleaning and maintenance. There are several types of automated pool cleaners available on the market, each with its own features and advantages:

1. Suction-Side Pool Cleaners: These cleaners attach to the suction side of your pool’s circulation system and use the pool’s pump to create suction. They move around the pool, collecting debris and dirt into a filter or debris bag. Suction-side pool cleaners are typically more affordable but may require more frequent maintenance.

2. Pressure-Side Pool Cleaners: These cleaners are powered by the pressure from the pool’s circulation system. They use a jet stream of water to move around the pool and collect debris into a separate bag or filter. Pressure-side cleaners can be effective at picking up larger debris but may require a booster pump for optimal performance.

3. Robotic Pool Cleaners: Robotic pool cleaners are self-contained units that operate independently of your pool’s circulation system. They have their own motors and filtration systems. Robotic cleaners are known for their efficiency and thorough cleaning. They can clean the pool’s floor, walls, and even the waterline. They are easy to use and maintain and are energy-efficient.

4. Ultrasonic Pool Cleaners: These are a relatively new type of automated pool cleaner that uses ultrasonic waves to break down and remove algae and other microorganisms from the pool’s surfaces. They are eco-friendly and chemical-free but may not be as effective at removing larger debris.

5. In-Floor Cleaning Systems: These are built-in pool cleaning systems that are installed during the pool’s construction. They consist of a network of cleaning nozzles and pipes embedded in the pool’s floor. The system uses water pressure to move debris toward a central drain or collection area.

6. Solar-Powered Pool Cleaners: Some pool cleaners are designed to be solar-powered, reducing energy costs and environmental impact. These cleaners use solar panels to generate the energy needed for their operation.

When choosing an automated pool cleaner, consider factors such as the size and shape of your pool, the type and amount of debris it accumulates, your budget, and your preference for energy efficiency and ease of use. Proper maintenance and regular cleaning with an automated pool cleaner will help keep your pool water clean and inviting for swimming.

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