Pool Supplies and Services

As one of the largest pool maintenance networks in the world, we know what it takes to provide expert advice and support so our customers can maintain healthy pools.

We are not your typical pool store. The satisfaction, health, and well-being of our customers is our #1 priority. Rather than sell chemicals and pool cleaners you may not be familiar with, we’re focused on providing personalized pool service so a fresh, healthy swim can be enjoyed during any pleasant day. Call us or even pay us a visit for advice and service from experienced industry professionals.

Visit us in-store

Bring a sample of your pool water and we will test it for free!

Our store inventory includes a generous selection of chemicals, equipment, and accessories for the spa and pool. If you have questions about maintenance, you can ask our team of pool experts. We’re here to ensure that your pool stays healthy and safe.

Whether you need a new filter or some toys for the kids, you will find what you’re looking for at our pool maintenance and supply store.

A healthy pool is important for the entire family. Germs can proliferate in swimming pools in no time, and they cause eye, ear, chest, throat, and stomach infections. They can make you sick, but testing the water can protect you, your family, and friends.

Our Summer Start-Up Service cleans things up so viruses and bacteria are removed. Healthy hygiene and testing help maintain water quality—just ask any of our experienced technicians for advice on maintenance and the steps to take to stay safe all summer long.

We’ll also advise you on swimming pool supplies and pool accessories to maximize your safety. There is no guesswork when you call on us—we work hard to ensure our customers are informed about pool quality and their maintenance and repair options.

Mobile Pool Servicing – We Can Come to You!

We want to be the company you depend on for high-quality pool servicing. You can rely on our team of pool technicians when you need a pool inspection, pool installation, or repair job. We have the tools and expertise to make your pool seem brand new!

  • Regular & Casual Pool Servicing
  • Holiday & Party Cleaning
  • Services, Repairs & Replacements
  • Pool Chemical Delivery
  • Green Pool Cleaning
  • Beginner Pool School
  • Energy Audits
  • Residential/Commercial Pool Servicing

Locally Owned and Operated

Part of the Poolwerx network, Our franchise partners locally own and operate their pool service company.

From a fully stocked pool supply store to a full service routine, if you need pool repair, we can help get a local repair professional to your home or facility. Clients in residential and commercial markets depend on our award-winning firm, and we’re ready to help businesses in any industry that requires pool service. We’ve been recognized with:

  • 2012 Home Services Franchisee of the Year
  • 2015 Multi-Unit Franchisee of the Year
  • 2016 Established Franchisor of the Year

Homeowners across the US depend on us for their health and safety in the pool. We’re also experienced with serving commercial customers, including realtors willing to partner with us to ensure that landlords, tenants, and home buyers are satisfied.

Our parent organization also works with Home Owners Associations, hospitality establishments, and schools, gyms, and health clubs. It’s equipped to work with insurers and is recognized by many insurance providers as a preferred supplier while guaranteeing the ability to act quickly and communicate when dealing with insurance claims.

Pool builders can receive assistance as well. We’ll help clean the pool shell, lay secondary plumbing, fill the pool, and install pumps and filters. From adding the proper chemicals to instructing owners on proper maintenance, to signing an ongoing maintenance agreement, we are there every step of the way.

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Top 5 Benefits of Having a Pool Heating System Are you on the fence about whether to install pool heating? There are plenty of ways your lifestyle (and wallet!) can benefit from a pool heating system. Here’s our top benefits of pool heating, and some reasons why you should maybe consider adding it. Use your pool year-round Wouldn't it be great to be able to use your pool for longer than just a season? This is one of the biggest reasons pool owners invest in a pool heating system. Adding a heater to your swimming pool helps you extend the swimming season so you can enjoy a swim at the perfect temperature whenever you want. If you’re concerned about pool heating costing you more, there are energy efficient options that can help keep ongoing costs low. Solar pool heating is one of the best ways to save money on energy costs. A solar pool heating system uses the energy from the sun to heat your pool. On a sunny day, it can produce up to 4 times the heat energy of a heat pump or gas. Pool heaters are long-lasting Another benefit of pool heating systems is that they require very little maintenance, and they generally have a relatively long life expectancy. That being said, by having your pool regularly serviced, your technician can ensure the system is kept in working order, no matter what season it is. Take a look at our blog ‘7 Reasons to Hire a Pool Service’ to see why regular pool services are so important. Make the most of your investment Your pool is a significant financial investment, so why let it sit there unused for half of the year? Enhancing the pool with a heater means that you can use it more and optimize the investment you made into your pool. It may also add value to your property if you decide to sell in the future. Buyers are more likely to purchase a property with a pool they can use throughout the year, rather than just in the warmer months. Keeps you fit and healthy year-round Swimming is a great form of exercise, and what could be more enjoyable than doing laps or partaking in water aerobics in a warm pool. What’s more, for those with joint problems or injuries, swimming provides a low-impact alternative that is gentle on the body. Heat your pool by remote control! Many of the pool heating systems available have smart features. These features include controlling your pool from your smart phone or tablet. This means you can set your heater to turn on a certain time, no matter where you are, and it will be the perfect temperature when you’re ready to dive in. Plus, it will save you money on electricity costs as you’re only using the heater when you need it! Now you know a bit more about the benefits of having a heating system for your pool. Interested in finding out more? Contact your local Poolwerx and a knowledgeable technician would be happy to discuss the heating options and their benefits with you!
Things to know before you tackle DIY pool care During these times, the DIY approach is looking more and more attractive for home maintenance efforts, and that applies for pools too. But there are some important things to consider when it comes to handling your pool equipment yourself. Here's what you should be aware of before you tackle DIY pool care. Handling your pool filter may be unsafe. Your filter is a powerhouse. Proceed with caution! The pool filter is a vital part of keeping your pool clean. Your filter removes small debris from the pool water to keep it clear. In order to do this, your pool filter needs water pressure. Your pool filter operates under very high pressure generated by a mixture of water and air brought in through the pool pump, which keeps water flowing through the filter. Most filters have a tank, lid, and clamp that holds the system together. If too much pressure builds up, the clamp can fail, which can cause the lid to explode off the tank with immense force. This can even cause an explosion which can damage property, or worse—cause severe bodily harm. How does pressure build up? There are several potential causes. It could have happened due to improper reassembly while attempting DIY maintenance. It can also be due to having a dirty filter, or having a blockage in your system. If there is an issue that causes the pressure to be too high, handling the filter can be dangerous. You will need an expert to handle things properly in order to fix the issue or make a replacement. Another word of advice: don’t handle your filter while the pool pump is on. If the pump is running, the filter is a pressurized environment which puts you at risk of tangling your hair or clothes into the filter, causing entrapment, which can lead to drowning even with adults. Our recommendation to avoid these potential issues is to: Clean your Media and Diatomaceous Earth (DE) filters every six months, or cartridge filters at least three times per year. Have your filter regularly inspected by a professional to make sure it is running in optimal shape. To put your mind at ease, we have the perfect hands-free program called Filter Care Plus, where we will come out to inspect and service your filter throughout the year! Find out more about this program here. Take care when handling and storing pool chemicals. Pool chemicals can be dangerous if you don’t take the necessary precautions. If you attempt to do this on your own, you will have to do a lot of homework first. Aside from the actual handling of the chemicals, you need to learn how to properly store them. Want to clean your pool yourself? Be sure to review and follow all the rules and regulations on the CDC website. But there’s an easier way to ensure your safety, especially if you have kids and pets to think of at home… instead of going DIY with your pool cleaning, hire a professional! We can regularly test your pool and take care of adding the chemicals for you, so you don’t have to deal with all the guidelines and handle powerful chemicals. Regularly scheduled maintenance is crucial. Regularly scheduled maintenance is important to ensure your pool is running optimally and safely. If you let things go, you risk damage to your pool and equipment. For example, if your pool and filter is not being properly cleaned, algae can build up, resulting in an unsightly green pool. Not only is a green pool unsightly, but it is also a breeding ground for harmful bacteria that can get you and your family sick. Not only that, but it can also result in a cracked pool lining! Also, in addition to the hazards we mentioned earlier, clogged filters can lead to your pump going out and needing to be replaced, which can quickly lead to an unclean pool... and will be quite costly to deal with! That's why the time and money spent on regular upkeep is well worth it in the long run. You don't have to be in this alone! When you hire a pool service like Poolwerx, you know you are getting experienced help at the highest industry standards. Scheduling a regular pool service means you won’t make mistakes that you’ll regret.  
How to Prep your Pool for a Hurricane or Rainstorm     Storms are serious business, and can definitely cause a great deal of damage. Having a storm preparedness plan is very important, so you will be ready to keep your family and property safe during hurricane and tornado season. And preparing your pool is an important part of hurricane prep, which shouldn't be overlooked! During a storm or hurricane, dust and debris gets washed or blown into your pool, phosphates get deposited into your water and your chlorine, salt and minerals get diluted. Your pool can also potentially flood, damaging surrounding structures. If you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail. Before rain hits: Balance your pool properly. Get a free water test at your local Poolwerx for the best advice on what your pool needs to be balanced. Consider adding some algaecide. This will help fight off many of the organic contaminants the rainwater introduces, making your pool easier to clean after the storm dissipates. Algaecide adds an extra layer of protection for your pool, preventing black, green and yellow algae growth, giving your pool a fighting chance. Don't drain your pool. Keeping enough water levels in your pool provides the weight necessary to hold the sides and bottom in place during the storm or hurricane. This is especially important as the heavy rains begin to fall, which could cause damage. If you have surrounding structures that can be damaged by water, you can lower your water levels by 1-2 feet. Turn off your power! All electrical power to your pool should be turned off at the circuit breakers before the hurricane hits. Any and all exposed electrical equipment, such as motors for the pumps, should be tightly covered. If you have a gas heater, turn off the gas. Remove all loose objects such as chairs, tables, toys, and pool equipment. Store all items in a secure indoor place. If applicable, you should also trim your trees. Any of these objects can become dangerous flying projectiles during a powerful storm. Now your pool has weathered the hurricane. What should you do after the storm? We have an after-storm pool care guide for you! Click here to read more.  
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