Looking for pool light niche replacement parts? Need a solution for broken or corroded screw tabs and bottom slots on vinyl liner sealing rings for your underwater pool lights? A damaged pool niche can be difficult to replace and may be costly. Luckily, the team of pool experts at Frank Wall Enterprises has you covered. We have exactly what you need as well as the best advice on what to do.
Let’s dive into one of the most innovative American products to replace or fix pool niches (faceplates) by Light Doctor.
Pool Light Repair
Light Doctor has created a revolutionary pool light niche replacement (repair) kit. Essentially, it is an inground pool light adapter kit. Replace a stripped or damaged pool light niche easily to save time and money. Plus, this revolutionary tool removes the biggest annoyances that make up this common pool service chore.
- Its stainless steel fitting takes the place of the screw and notch connections on your pool (spa) light
- There is no need to remove the liner sealing ring, as this tool secures over it.
- Complete pool niche repairs without removing the light cord.
- A variety of different sizes are available to match up seamlessly for different hole slots.
- Compatible with many name-brand pool lights such as Pentair, Hayward, and more.
Normally, a damaged pool niche leads to a time-consuming repair. Not with this state-of-the-art kit from Light Doctor, exclusively sold at Frank Wall Enterprises.
Pool Light Niche Replacement
It is important to ask yourself some questions before you repair/replace a light niche yourself. Sometimes, even though you want to save money, it is best that a professional pool technician completes the service.
Does the entire pool niche need to be replaced?
In this case, a lower water level is required. The pool water level needs to be 2-3 feet below the niche you are replacing. The entire casket or shell may pop off, and the last thing you want is to electrocute yourself.
What materials or products were used to install the pool niches?
Is your swimming pool one that you had installed, or was it already in place when you bought the property? Here, you want to make sure you are aware of what products were used to install the pool niche to recognize if this is the reason why it is damaged. For example, was epoxy used or another material? If epoxy was used, this is great to use when repairing/replacing pool niches.
For easy pool light niche replacement and pool light repair, check out Frank Wall’s how-to blog.
Pool Light Niche Replacement Parts at Frank Wall
Along with this remarkable Light Doctor pool niche replacement kit, we sell other innovative and custom molded products for both inground and above-ground pools. Show now for pool pumps, filters, strainers, drains, and more at Frank Wall.
Make sure your pool lights are functioning and ready to go for stress-free pool parties without emergency repairs.
Contact the team at Frank Wall today with any questions about the Light Doctor pool niche replacement kit or other products we sell. We can get you set up with the right part and advice on how to properly install it (if it’s possible as DIY).