Manually cleaning your pool is not an easy task. Aside from getting down and dirty to ensure algae and bacteria are at bay, you need plenty of cleaning tools to get the job done. Fortunately, you can now spend more time enjoying your swimming pool instead of cleaning it with the help of automatic pool cleaners. These devices can help keep the water of your pool crystal clear too much time and effort on your part. Automatic pool cleaners come in robotic, suction, and pressure types, so you are sure to find a machine suitable for your needs and budget. Each one performs differently, so it’s essential to learn a thing or two about how each type function for you to end up with the right one. This type also cost less and easy to maintain since it has less moving parts, making it a good option if you’re tight on budget. Suction pool cleaners suck up debris from your pool as they move around it, and then sends them to the filtration system of your pool. They usually pick up medium debris, but there are some models that you can set to suck small debris and residue as well. Although they are on the cheaper side, they need a pool pump to operate and will increase the pressure of the pump...