This page discusses two speed pumps that we offer.
Are two speed pumps still relevant?
With the development of highly efficient variable speed pool pumps, two-speed pumps have largely been superseded.
Two speed pumps do offer considerable cost savings for the pool owner. In low speed, the pump runs at half speed (1725 RPM) and uses only 1/4 of the electricity. Over the course of a year, this can save the pool owner a LOT of money.
What are the benefits of a variable speed pump over a two speed pump?
- Greater speed control – the two speed pump has two settings – high (3450 RPM) or low (1725 RPM). The variable speed pump offers exact speed control between 1100 RPM and 3450 RPM.
- Longer lasting motor – a two speed pump still has a standard style motor that will typically last only 3-5 years, and a replacement two speed motor is $700 or more installed. Variable speed motors are permanent sealed magnet motors and usually last 10 years or more.
- Full AquaLink integration – with an iAquaLink system, you can set up to eight different speed settings for various operations (spa, cleaner, circulation, heating, freeze, etc).
See our variable speed pump page for more information on the features and benefits of variable speed pumps.
Why should you use Pool Stop for your pump installation?
State Licensing – our technicians carry the proper state licensing for your safety and peace of mind.
Experience – we have considerable experience installing variable speed pumps and optimizing the pool for maximum savings.
Our Reputation – Pool Stop has an established reputation for great service and value.
Extended Warranty – with Pool Stop you get a full three year parts/labor warranty when installed by our professional technicians.
NOTE: If you purchase pool equipment online and install it yourselves, most manufacturers either void your warranty or drastically reduce it to only 60 days.
NEED HELP? Having problems with your pool pump? Need a new one but you’re not sure what type to get? Contact Pool Stop today! Give us a call at 972-772-4545 to ask questions or set up an appointment OR hit the “Request Service Quote” button and fill out a service request form so we can schedule your service call. Our team of experienced, licensed professionals is available to help you with expert advice, repairs, and installation.