If and when your existing motor stops working, CPS provides and installs new complete pool pumps and motors as well as just the replacement motor. After market motors such as, Century, Emerson, AO Smith are all available. However, installing a brand new pump and motor, such as the Pentair products may be more cost effective in the long run.
Signs of a problem with your pool pump or motor are excessive noise, excessive bubbles around the output jet, or pool pumps that stop working when they get hot. Pumps generally show signs of malfunctioning by making a different noise than usual, such as grinding noises, or higher pitch noises. When a pump and motor is running smoothly, it will be a distinct smooth humming noise. If this noise sounds lowder or different than usual, it's a good sign that you need to give us a call.
Don't wait until your entire pool pump stops working before you call, pool owners can generally save a lot of money by catching a problem early, before extensive damage is done.