Robotic Pool Cleaners
Maintaining a swimming pool is easy if you want to pay someone else to do the cleaning. However, this can be expensive so, if you’d rather do the job yourself, a robotic pool cleaner can help make cleaning your pool a doddle.
Robotic pool cleaners are the most popular choice for swimming pool owners everywhere. A robotic pool cleaner comes with its own self-contained filtration system, so they don’t subject your swimming pool equipment to any unnecessary wear and tear, which in the long run will almost certainly save you money.
Note: The robotic cleaner is not able to access the rolo cover pit or very top rail just bellow the covers surface. This will need a quick brush off before placing in the pool to assist it do its job. The robot should not be left in the pool with the cover closed. Stones larger than a piece of gravel should also be removed.
Superb Cleaning Power in the Pool
Compass Pools recommend their revolutionary pool robot for swimming pool owners who don’t want to invest in a full Vantage self cleaning system. Our amazing pool robot is specifically designed for a Compass Pools biluminite surface finish. Like any well-designed robot, the Compass Pools robot can get on with cleaning your pool effortlessly, as often as you want it to. It has no electronic moving parts that could potentially wear out over time, so pool cleaning is hassle free for you and the robot.
Watch with awe as your clever little pool robot moves swiftly around the floor and walls of your swimming pool, cleaning up the dirt and polishing the underwater surface. All you have to do is plug your robotic cleaner into an outlet, put him underwater and press the ‘on’ button, and then let him do his thing. Once he has finished pulling debris from the floor and walls, you empty the pump basket and give it a backwash to remove any residual dirt that might be left inside.
The Advantages of a Robotic Pool Cleaner
The big advantage of using a robotic pool cleaner is that, aside from the fact you don’t have to lift a finger to clean the underwater surface of your pool, a robotic pool cleaner will lift any debris from the bottom and remove it before it ends up being sucked into the swimming pool filtration system. This means you won’t need to clean out the pool filter quite as often.
Please note: The robotic cleaner is not able to access the rolo cover pit or very top rail just below the surface of any pool cover you may have in place. These will need a quick brush off before placing the pool robot in the swimming pool to do its job. The robot should not be left in the pool with the cover closed. Stones larger than a piece of gravel should also be removed to avoid causing damage to the pool robot.
Swimming pool robots are very simple devices and therefore last for a very long time. They are a fantastic investment for any swimming pool owner, but if you are not yet convinced about the benefits of a pool robot, or you would like some more information on how a robotic pool cleaner actually works, give the team at Compass Pools a call today.