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Pool Pumps And Making The Most Of It All

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

There is an amazing bit of work done in the world’s largest theme parks. Places like Disney World have vast amounts of property and the reason is very important. There is more unseen property to the tourist than there is seen property.

The full operations that make all of the parks in the world work are hidden by the scenes. The difference between Disney World and your backyard is the fact that they own thousands of acres and you do not.

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This means that the small pieces of equipment that make your backyard paradise work can end up being a little obtrusive. One of those pieces of equipment can be the pool pump. Sitting right there in the midst of everything that you have worked so hard to build is this clunky, non-attractive pumping and churning pool pump.

Is this necessary?

While it is necessary that the pool pump exist, it is not necessary that it be ugly and stand out like the one person that did not realize it was a costume party. There are a lot of options and some of them can be very good looking. If you are not even looking to go as far as “good looking”, but just want to make it to a piece that blends in, then that is an option also.

Just take a look at the options and you will likely be very surprised. No matter the look is that you have worked to achieve in your backyard, there is a pool pump that will look right in the midst of it all. This is not just a dream, it is a stark reality.


Most people give up on the pool pump the moment that they realize it is necessary. They believe that there is just no way to find a pool pump that will look good and resign themselves to the fact without even looking.

Another common mistake is to pick the pool pump from the same company as the pool. Not that there is anything wrong with the pool company, but they often do not give the pool pumps more than a passing thought. They know that the equipment is necessary and they stock a base number of models that serve the purpose.

It is a bit like choosing “steering wheel covers” from the auto dealer and counting on them to have a large selection. Looking in the right place can make all the difference and it does. We want you to be happy with everything in the backyard and we ensure that our stock matches a wide variety of looks and tastes.

The Key

The key is to choose everything else first and then to pick the pool pump to match the rest. This is more than possible, it is actually very easy. There are a large number of pool pumps that will match a variety of motifs and they can be had at a fraction of the cost that most people would imagine.

You worry about putting together backyard paradise and then let us put the necessary equipment in there that makes it all work. Like Disney World, let your backyard be one of those places that makes others wonder how you made it all look so natural. You will have them looking for the wires and the strings that makes it all come together.

Pool pumps can blend right into everything else and one of the things that many people find hard to hide is the sound. Not all pool pumps sound like an oil derrick that is about to die. There are very quiet models and there are models that work on a schedule to keep the pool fresh and not be such a hassle. It all depends on what you want and when you want it.

Take a look, take your time and you will surely be amazed at what can happen. There are pool pumps for all looks and for all occasions. It is just a matter of taking the time to see what is available. Enjoy the summer, enjoy the backyard and pretend that it is all a work of magic.

Author Bio
Bob Quigly is a landscaping and family fun enthusiast who writes on a variety of blogs for above ground pool pumps from BackYardOcean.com.






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15 comments :

Kelli Avery said...

This is perfect timing for reading this post! We are in the market for a new pool and I am glad I read this, it will make my decision making more indepth. Thank you!

Coolmoms Cooltips said...

Where was this post five years ago ;)
Now we enjoy the pool and see the pump
Good read for anyone making plans

Jennifer Williams said...

Luckily the owners of our house hid ours very well. I can understand that it could be an eyesore.

Kim Croisant said...

Beautiful and safe pools need good working pumps...very important! Your posts is great for ones that are planning to install a pool. Pumps are vital part of taking care of a pool and keeping it fresh and germ free.

Jennifer Hughes said...

We grew up with a pool and the pool pumps were definitely annoying! Good advice.

Celebrate Woman said...

Now, I know a lot more about pool pumps! Well done, Michelle!

Andrea said...

Good tips. I would totally have just bought from the pool company.

Cyndie said...

I need to pass this along to my sis who has an inground pool

Melinda Dunne said...

I wish I had a pool! Your post includes really important information for a pool owner.

MzBaker said...

OHHH man that pool looks sooo NICE! We had a pool a few years ago one of them ring around the top pools that fill up with air. I never even thought about the pump or seen it. We placed it behind the pool and hubby maintained.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Having a swimming pool is one thing that my kids want but just the thought of maintenance and stuff seems really expensive.

Healy Harpster said...

Perfect post for those who are planning to buy a new pool pumps!

Mel Cole said...

Wish I have a pool in our backyard too. But at the moment, we are enjoying the huge pool at the YMCA. Pool pumps seemed to be a necessary equipment for huge pools. thanks for this info.

nova hedges said...

I would say, i would invest in a pool. for more privacy and you can do it anytime without spending too much money

Sofia @ From PDX with Love said...

We only own a investment property down in Portland, OR...but we don't own another house for us to put a pool in (besides they kind of scare me because my boys are still very young). I might just have to invest in a pool once we buy a house and my boys are odler

 
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