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ParagonPool&Supply

Member Since 20 Feb 2008
Offline Last Active Jul 21 2008 04:23 PM
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In Topic: Dimmer On Pool Light

02 June 2008 - 06:25 AM

Jandy's onetouch aqualink has light dimmers

In Topic: Checking Cost On Pool Changes

30 May 2008 - 03:33 PM

now I say this with all due respect like ricky bobby...

how can you say an intellitouch is easy to use...an easytouch is better but still bad....it is the biggest pain in the ass to program...i used to be an ace with those and it would take easily take 30-45 minutes to set up a basic shared equipment setup....oh yea and bump setting up lights on those things...i wanted to throw that gay ass remote of theirs into a brick wall...their user manual was written by someone who things the number 7 comes before the number 2...i'll go on for days....

the FIRST jandy setup I did was a dual equipment with about 10 other circuits, and also was a onetouch....meaning I had alot more to setup than your basic shared equipment which most people have....

it took me 15 MINUTES!!

not to mention the homeowner (who is probably legally retarted) has never had a problem figuring out how to use it meanwhile a ton of a homeowners with the Pentair always are getting lost...even those who have had several pools in the past

after that I told Pentair to suck it and stopped remembering how to program their backwards ass automation systems...

I guess everyone's got their opinions and we'll always argue pentair vs jandy, ford vs. chevy, cowboys vs. redskins.....but i just wanna have a timed match with programming those things and then handing them to the average joe homeowner to settle the score

In Topic: Pvc Cracked Behind Jet Underground

28 May 2008 - 08:07 PM

pics would probably be most helpful here man....try to get some up and we'll see what we can do

In Topic: Blue Haven Pools?

28 May 2008 - 07:58 PM

do your homework....find some respected residential pool guys and ask them their honest opinion...shoot, tell em you'll pay them for an hour of consultation just so you've got a local opinion...good luck

In Topic: Checking Cost On Pool Changes

28 May 2008 - 07:49 PM

my opinions are formed totally upon experience...80% of my business is high end automated residential pools...aka I am in daily contact with this equipment

I used to be a fan of Pentair...mainly cause it worked fine at the time, and I had not been exposed to alot of the other manufacturers....

then **** started malfunctioning...and Pentair equipment is a p.i.t.a. in general....its like working on my ford vs my honda....everything on the ford is a pain to get to and fix vs. the honda which, when rarely malfunctions...is easy to diagnose and repair

in any event...I have found Jandy equipment to be the most reliable and easiest to use in general...their stuff is right on Pentair with cost but soars above in quality...and sure it costs more than Hayward crap...but thats exactly what most Hayward equipment is...

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