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Pool Automation in Palm Beach County, FL

High Voltage Electric has been offering pool automation systems since 1993! We proudly serve Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Boynton Beach, Coral Springs, Hollywood, Palm Beach County, and the surrounding areas.

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Make Your Life Easier With Pool Automation System

Pool automation systems make it easy to adjust your pool pump, control the temperature, turn off or on lights, and handle other aspects of your pool all from your smart device. At High Voltage Electric, we specialize in pool automation installations and upgrades. We’re also happy to provide you with recommendations if you want to upgrade to a more energy-efficient pool automation system.

Pool timers and other facets of a functional pool automation system allow you to sit back and relax. It’s never been easier to schedule and operate your pool’s filtration cycles, landscape lighting, sanitization, water features, and more! With just one system, you get complete control over all of the functionality of your pool. It also allows you to review your current pool settings and check your water chemical balance.

Automate Your Pool Equipment

Pool automation systems act as a wireless network that allows you to automate your pool’s systems through one convenient location. You’ll be able to control nearly any aspect of your pool whether you are a few feet away, inside of your home, or even if you’re away from your property. These systems are incredibly convenient and provide much-needed peace of mind.

  • Pool Pumps

    Pool pumps help to control the water flow of your pool and are how you turn your pump on and off.

  • Lights

    Need to set the mood? Control the color and intensity of your pool lights from anywhere.

  • Pool Heaters

    Control your pool heater to heat your pool before you’re ready to use it.

  • Water features

    Easily turn on laminar jets, waterfalls, or fountains with the click of a button.

  • Chlorinators

    Keep an eye on the salt level and adjust the chlorine output as necessary.

Our Benefits

High-quality pool automation services require great expertise and attention to detail. Let us help you with that, just like we have already helped our numerous clients in Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Hollywood, Palm Beach County, and the nearby areas. Working with our team at High Voltage Electric comes with many benefits, including:

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Free Estimates on All of Our Projects

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1-Year Warranty for Added Peace of Mind

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Highly Experienced Team

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Variety of Services Under One Roof

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Competitive Prices

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How much does it cost to automate a pool?

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The cost of pool automation systems depends on different factors. Generally speaking, a pool automation system is less expensive than other facets of owning and operating a pool. Most systems cost $1,800-$4,000 on average, with some costing more and some costing less.

Is pool automation necessary?

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While pool automation isn’t a necessity, it is a luxury that many pool owners have come to love and appreciate. Since you have already gone through the work of putting in a pool, opting for automation is an added benefit that can help you enjoy your pool experience that much more. Many of our customers wish they would’ve opted for automation sooner!

Can you add pool automation later?

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Yes! Even if your pool has already been installed, you can opt to add in automation after the fact. Whether your pool was installed 5 months ago or 5 years ago, you can add automation.

Is it better to run a pool pump at night or day?

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You may be tempted to run your pool pump at night because it is cheaper. In reality, it is best to run it at least one hour per day per 10 degrees of temperature during the day (during the hottest part of the day). We only recommend running it at night when you are doing a major chemical treatment such as cleaning algae.