Hi everyone. I'm a new first-time pool owner and I've got some questions. We built a new house last year and a pool to go with it at the same time. Pool build started in July, but when they went to install the liner, it had a defect. It took a couple months to get a new one, which put us into October, so I just had them close the pool before we ever used it. Anyway, the weather is warming up and they are coming this weekend to help me open it up and show me how everything works. The pool is a 20x40 Cardinal steel wall with a deep end (30,000 gallons). We have a Hayward Universal H-Series 300,000 natural gas heater, Hayward SuperPump, and a Hayward Aqua Rite chlorine generator. As it is right now, each of those pieces of equipment is hard-wired directly to it's own circuit in a 100 amp sub-panel. I want to be able to automate the pump with a timer so it's not running constantly. I'm looking at the Intermatic timers, but I'm not sure which pieces of equipment should be on timers. Should they be on the same timer? Should each have its own timer? Does the heater really need a timer at all? Will the others go into stand-by mode if the pump isn't running? Help me get this wired up correctly.