Pools are spectacular features used by most homeowners to create a perfect staycation in their backyard. But did you know that there are cables and pipes underneath a pool responsible for the pool’s functioning? Typically, the whole structure of cables and wires is well known as the pool plumbing system. It is essential to get your pool plumbed by reputable pool contractors. The pool plumbing system is the most delicate part of the pool. If installed wrongly, it could lead to serious pool problems like leaks. However, if you are knowledgeable about pool plumbing, you can conduct a DIY project. Do this carefully to protect yourself and your family.
After you excavate your pool, position the pool pump, and filter accordingly. Then, you can start plumbing the pool. Often, pool builders use the 40 PVC pipe for plumbing the pool. Spread the pipe across the whole pool, including all the curved lines of the pool. With the 40 PVC pipe, create the main drain lines, skimmer line, and return line.
The majority of pool state guidelines instruct pool owners to construct two main drains. So, when plumbing, place the pipe in the middle of the two main drains with a Tee fitting. At the tee fitting, run a pipe that reaches the deep section of the pool. Then connect the same pipe to the filter once it gets to the pool wall exterior. It is not necessary to link your main drain line to the skimmer line.
Link the skimmer line to the filter pump. Cover and protect the front hole of the skimmer with Teflon tape. On the skimmer’s back hole, use a PVC pipe connector and place the skimmer line onto the pipe fitting. Then link the skimmer line with the main drain line. This is not advisable since you won’t be able to run the two lines independently.
Use the PVC pipe to create a link between the main pool and the pool pump. Always look for the shortest route that favors the return line. The return line facilitates a clean and healthy-looking pool. Occasionally, you may have more than one return line. In such a case, incorporate a valve on the return side of the pipe. Actually, pool experts recommend using valves on every line. This way, regulating water flow will be much more manageable.
Furthermore, pool plumbing also involves connecting the pool heater to the pool, among other pool equipment. Always hire a dependable pool builder who can get your pool plumbed accurately. In turn, you avoid common pool problems. Alternatively, you can get your pool plumbed by conducting a DIY project. All you have to do is follow all your pool builder’s instructions.
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