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503 RT 17M
Middletown NY, 10940




Moonstone Above Ground Pool



  • Resin Layered Pool Wall, Extra Protected with Hot Dipped Galvanized Copper Bearing G90 Steel. Epoxy Coated on Inside for Additional Rust Resistance.
  • Deep ribbed Corrugated Wall for Increased Strength and Flexibility.
  • Wall Bar connectors with reinforced Aluminum Bars affixed to wall ends.
  • Pre-Punched thru Wall Skimmer and Return Outlet Openings.
  • All Structural Painted Parts are electrostatically Polyester Dry Powder Coated.

Top Ledge

  • Extra wide 8” Top Ledge, Hot Dipped Galvanized Copper Bearing Steel G90. Bonded with Ruffcoate finish.


  • Extra wide 6” Upright Hot Dipped Galvanized Copper Bearing Steel G90. Bonded with Ruffcoate finish.


  • Extra wide 6” Upright Hot Dipped Galvanized Copper Bearing Steel G90. Bonded with Ruffcoate finish.


  • Extra Wide Polymer Resin Top and Bottom Joiners.

Pool Features

Frequently asked questions

Discover essential insights into our pool sand replacement service, designed to maintain your pool’s optimal performance and clarity.


Sand Replacement General Questions

How often should the sand in my pool filter be replaced?

Sand in pool filters should typically be replaced every 3-5 years. However, this can vary based on the pool’s usage, size, and the type of sand used. Regular replacement ensures efficient filtration and clear water.

What are the signs that my pool sand needs to be replaced?

Signs that your pool sand needs replacement include cloudy water, increased chemical needs, and the filter running longer to clean the pool. Also, if you notice sand at the bottom of the pool, it might be from a broken filter component, not just worn-out sand.

Can I replace the pool filter sand myself, or do I need a professional?

While it is possible for some pool owners to replace filter sand themselves, the process can be complex and time-consuming. Hiring a professional ensures the job is done correctly and safely, preventing potential damage to the pool’s filtration system.

What type of sand is used in pool filters, and is there a difference in quality?

Pool filters typically use a specific type of sand called silica sand, which has particles that are the right size and shape for filtration. High-quality, pool-grade silica sand is recommended for its superior filtering capabilities.

Pool Pump Installation Services in Middletown, NY

Pool Pump Installation Service

The Heart of Your Pool: The Pump

A pool without a functioning pump is like a heart without a beat. It’s essential for moving water through the skimmer, main drain, filter, and heater, efficiently circulating chemicals to keep your pool water in swim-ready condition. A faltering pump can swiftly shift your pool from a source of relaxation to a well of worries and unnecessary expenses.

Types of Pool Pumps We Service & Install

Single Speed Pump

The classic option, these pumps operate at one high speed. While less costly upfront, their operation can be loud and energy-intensive, leading to higher long-term costs.

Dual Speed Pumps

These pumps offer a high and low-speed setting, allowing for more energy-efficient operation compared to their single-speed peers, potentially saving you 50%-70% on energy costs.

Variable Speed Pumps

Allowing for precise flow rate adjustments, significantly reducing energy usage. With quieter operation, minimal vibration, and cooler running temperatures, they’re not just efficient but durable and user-friendly.

Comprehensive Pump Installation and Replacement Solutions

Whether you’re settling into a new home with an existing pool or facing the challenge of an outdated or malfunctioning pump, Pool It is your trusted partner for all your pump installation needs. Unlike other services that rely on third-party contractors, every Pool It technician is a certified member of our team, bringing a level of expertise and commitment unmatched in the industry.

Upgrade or Repair? Pool It Has You Covered

If your pool pump is due for an upgrade or requires attention, Pool It is ready to bring its expertise to your backyard. Offering top-notch installation and repair services, we ensure your pool pump meets your needs for efficiency, reliability, and quiet operation.

Reach out to Pool It today or fill out our contact form to take the first step toward a more efficient, enjoyable pool experience. Let our experienced team handle the technicalities, so you can plunge into the crystal-clear waters of your pool, worry-free and with the assurance of savings in every swim.

Ready for Enhanced Pool Performance?

Take the Next Step with Pool It
If you’re considering a new pool pump or need repairs to your existing pump, Pool It of the Hudson Valley is here to help. Our experienced team can assess your pool’s specific needs, recommend the best pump solution, and provide professional installation or repair services.

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Contact Us Today

Contact Us Today: Ready to improve your pool’s efficiency and operation? Fill out our contact form, call us at 845-342-6680 , or visit us at 503 Route 17M Middletown, NY, 10940 to schedule your consultation or service. Let Pool It ensure your pool pump is in peak condition, so you can dive into a worry-free swimming experience.

Frequently asked questions

If you’re still unsure about whether it’s time for a new pool pump or have other pool-related queries, our FAQs below might hold the answers you’re looking for. For more personalized advice or further assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

Pool Pump
General Questions

What are the signs that my pool pump is failing?

Signs of a failing pool pump include unusual noises like grinding or screeching, decreased water flow or pressure, the pump not priming or starting up, and visible leaks around the pump housing. If you notice any of these issues, it might be time to consider a replacement.

Can a sudden increase in my energy bill indicate a problem with my pool pump?

Yes, a sudden spike in your energy bill can be a sign that your pool pump is working inefficiently. Older or malfunctioning pumps may require more power to perform the same amount of work, leading to higher energy consumption.

How do I know if my pool pump is the right size for my pool?

If you’re experiencing issues like cloudy water despite regular maintenance, or if your pump seems to be running constantly without effectively circulating the water, it might be incorrectly sized. A pump that’s too small won’t circulate your pool’s water efficiently, while one that’s too large can cause damage to your pool’s filtration system.

What does it mean if my pool pump is excessively vibrating?

Excessive vibration can indicate that the pump’s motor bearings are wearing out or that there’s an issue with the pump’s mounting. It can also suggest that something inside the pump, like an impeller, is damaged or obstructed. Vibration issues should be addressed promptly to avoid further damage.