filter systems

Whether it's a backyard pool party or quiet time at the your pool, we have the filter solutions for you. Elevate your pool experience to the next level with connected, efficient, quality filter systems so you can soak in the magical, wonder-filled moments of your pool.  If you are looking for a filter ONLY

ALL OF OUR FILTERING SYSTEMS INCLUDE 

PUMP & FILTER 

There are three different types of pool filters systems... Sand, Cartridge, Diatomaceous Earth (D.E.)  We strongly suggest that you get an oversized filter because a larger filter will provide you a longer period of time between cleanings. As with everything in life, each type of filter has its pros and cons, so be sure to ask lots of questions!  When used properly, each filter type can do a remarkable job at keeping your pool clean. 

sand systems

A sand filter can capture particles in the 20-40 micron range and it becomes increasingly more efficient as it continues to filter on a regular basis. Your sand filter will have to be backwashed when the gauge shows 8-10 psi over the starting value. Sand filters have the reputation of being the lowest maintenance of all the different pool filter types as it takes roughly 5 years before your first time replacing the sand.

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Pentair SD40 - 19"

1HP and 1.5HP

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Hayward 19' Dreamline 1.5HP & Dreamline Twist Lock Plug

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Hayward 13" for

small pools

cartridge systems

Cartridge filters do not require backwashing, therefore your water balance tends to stay in its proper setting. Cartridge filters can capture particles as low as 10-20 microns, an improvement vs. sand but not quite as fine as D.E. The cartridge element is removed from the filter tank and hosed thoroughly with a high-pressure hose to remove dirt when the gauge falls between 8 – 10 psi over its starting value. A benefit to a cartridge filter is that it saves on the amount of water typically used to backwash the other filters. Cartridge filters are the fastest growing filtration type because it allows  for more energy efficient.

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Hayward 100SQF Xtream 1HP 80gpm

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Hayward 150SQF Xtream 1.5HP 120gpm

 DE systems

Diatomaceous Earth

A D.E. filter is made from fossilized material called diatoms and can filter particles all the way down to 3-5 microns. This is pretty impressive because the width of a human hair typically ranges from 40-50 microns, so this filter will not have any issues cleaning out the smaller particles in your pool. For those who like to go late night swimming in a lighted pool, this is the filter you will want to use. Because this filter type can clean up even the smallest of particles, you will be more likely to see truly clear, crisp water being reflected in your pool. 

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Hayward 20SQF 

 PERFLEX 1HP

filters only

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Pentair SD40 - 19"

1HP and 1.5HP

 
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Pentair SD60 - 22"

1.5MPV

Pentair SD80 - 26"

1.5MPV & 2.0MPV

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