I wanted to make all of our valued customers aware of a potentially life threatening situation…

This summer we have seen a huge increase in the use of string lights strung over your pools. Most people may not be aware that these are 120 volt; the same as your pool lights. The lights are typically strung 10 – 15 feet above the water and appear to be safe, but if the lights fell down into the pool, with someone swimming, it may kill them. There is usually no GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) on the circuit, which will turn off immediately if a short is detected. I would suggest using a low-voltage string lights (24 volt) with a GFCI protected circuit. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call or email the office.

On a lighter note - Our NEW website is up and running (FINALLY)!!

There is a lot of information, monthly specials etc. on there that we will update regularly. Upcoming information on our Fall Filter Cleans and our famous Winter Heater Service Special are highlighted, as well as some of our New Pool Builds and our Pool Remodel projects. If you are considering a remodel or equipment upgrade, there are plenty of options available for you. If you have any questions on the website please let us know.