Pool lighting can create a mood to your backyard that completes the look that every homeowner desires. Replacing your pool light may seem like a simple process. However, there are a few things a homeowner should consider before attempting this project.
Does the light need replacing or just the bulb?
Is the light wired correctly to the GFI?
Should I replace just the bulb or the seal?
If the light fixture is bad, what size, wattage and length of run should be purchased? if you follow our safety tips below, you can safely and accurately set up the in-ground lights without being electrocuted.
All of these questions need to be carefully considered before making a decision. A well-qualified Pool Professional Company like Affinity Pools, will be able to provide you with this information so you can make an educated decision.
Attempting this project without proper knowledge of how a pool light works and is wired to your equipment can result in serious injury or death.
Contact Affinity Pools for a no-obligation quote on proper lighting for your pool.