Hayward’s thoughts are with you and your neighbors as you work together to recover from the hurricanes.
We understand that you will have many things to prioritize in the coming weeks. While it may be some time before you turn your attention to your swimming pool, we’re here to help when you’re ready.
Inspecting Your Pool Equipment
If electrical or gas pool equipment has been exposed to flood water, multiple components could be affected. For your safety and the long-term reliability of the equipment, we strongly recommend that you have it inspected by a pool professional.
After inspecting your equipment, the pool professional will be able to determine whether it needs to be repaired or replaced.
Hayward electrical or gas pool products exposed to flood water are not covered under warranty and Hayward will not be responsible for the cost of repair or replacement.
Cleaning your Pool Following a Hurricane
Floodwater can contain elements you don't want in your pool, such as sand, algae, phosphates, and sewage. When cleaning your pool, you'll first want to inspect for cracks and leaks. Then you can begin to clean debris from the pool water and from the deck area. Next is cleaning your filter. Depending on the debris load, this may need to be done several times.
Click here to continue reading our top 10 tips on how to clean your pool following a hurricane.
Locating a Pool Professional
Hayward offers a responsive network of pool professionals who are ready to assist.
Click here to locate a Hayward pool professional in your area.
Replacing Your Pool Equipment
If your pool professional determines that you need to replace your pool equipment, you can use our rebates to reduce the expense.