|Beverly Hills Pool Light Repair Tips
To get the proper illumination for your specific application, consider lumens versus wattage of the lighting fixture in your pool or spa. Standard incandescent light bulbs come in 300, 400, and 500 watts and found in a typical swimming environment. Usually for spa and even smaller 150 watt bulb is used. Choose 2200L/300w, 5000L/400w, 6500L/500w for relative brightness desired. The lens, depending upon brand, will contribute to unique properties of light dispersion. Pentair has a proprietary lens that claims to broadcast more effectively than their previous iteration. Average pools however utilize a mid-range choice, and so you'll find most fixtures to be 400 watts. Whether you live in the Palisades, Westwood or Beverly Hills, pool light repair issues are common for those who illuminate their oases in the evenings. Our repair staff is acquainted with most lighting problems and can be a good resource to discuss upgrades, repair or replacement. You may consider moving into the newer LED technology and extend the life of the bulb as well as lower the costs of operation.