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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Every Pool Owner Should Know this Tip From summer pool parties and weekend barbecues to a quick workout, swimming pools can improve your day-to-day happiness and increase your home value. However, there are a number of things a homeowner must do to keep their pool clean, safe, and well-maintained. That is why it pays to develop a strong basic understanding of pool maintenance. To help you stay on top of things, Redfin.com reached out to pool maintenance experts from Huntington Beach, CA to Victoria, BC asking them to share their best advice. Here is the top tip from Jonathan Guest at Poolwerx Redlands, on how to ensure your pool stays in good condition for years to come. Circulate that water. One commonly overlooked aspect of pool maintenance that has a huge impact on the clarity of pool water is circulation. Circulating the pool water is helpful for a plethora of reasons: it disperses the chemicals evenly throughout the pool, discourages algae growth on surfaces, and pushes water through the filter, removing small debris. We like to see increased run time on the primary circulation pump in the summer months, to the tune of up to about 1 hour of run-time per 10 degrees of air temperature (in Fahrenheit, at the hottest point in the day) for a single-speed pump, and potentially even longer for variable speed. Read more at Redfin.com
How to Avoid E. coli in your Pool   Pool playtime is great family fun, but there are some things to watch out for. Keep reading below to find out why a free water test is one of the most important steps you can take to keep your little ones--and pool--healthy and safe. 58% of public pools contain E. coli. In a 2013 study, The CDC collected samples of water from pool filters from public pools and tested the samples for genetic material (for example, DNA) of multiple microbes. The study found that 58%of the pool filter samples tested were positive for E. coli, bacteria normally found in human feces. Presence E. coli is an indicator of fecal contamination being present in the water. What introduces E. coli to pools? Infants and young children love to spend time playing in the pool. Infants and young children also tend to have accidents. Swim diapers are  not fool proof and fecal matter can leak out. But people may not know that there is another factor that contributes to a contaminated pool--when swimmers don't shower before they get in. E. coli is a bacteria that everyone has inside their body and although people don't like to think about it, people often will have small amounts of E. coli on their skin as well. People typically have about 0.14 grams of poop (about the same amount as a few grains of sand) on their bodies at any given time. Just how not washing your hands can spread germs that make someone sick, not washing your body before taking a swim can lead to shedding the bacteria into the water. The more unwashed swimmers in the pool, the more bacteria that can spread. You can get recreational water illnesses by swallowing, having contact with, or breathing in mists or aerosols from water contaminated with germs. You might think you don't swallow pool water, but you probably do... at least a little bit. A 2006 study found that during a 45-minute swim, adults swallowed 37 milliliters or water on average or almost two tablespoons. Children swallowed twice that amount. Once swallowed, germs live in their new host’s gastrointestinal tract until they’re pooed out, beginning the cycle again. Can the E. coli in the pool actually make anyone sick? The most common symptoms caused by recreational water illnesses are diarrhea, skin rashes, ear pain, cough or congestion, and eye pain. Diarrhea is the most common recreational water illness and unfortunately people who are already sick with diarrhea can spread it to others when they get in recreational water. Children are among the most vulnerable. Children, pregnant women, the elderly, and people who have health problems or take medicines that lower their body’s ability to fight germs and sickness are the most at risk of developing recreational water illnesses.