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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Own a pool? This tip could save you thousands. Did you know your pool pump could be costing you an extra $561 each year? The upfront cost of a swimming pool pump represents just 20% of the total cost of an average pump. Ongoing electricity costs making up the other 80%. These costs never go away! Your pool pump can be the largest user of electricity in your home, increasing your electric bill by up to $1,800 each year. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, switching to a variable-speed pool pump can reduce pool pump energy use by 50% to 75%. For a relatively small upfront investment, you can save an average of $561 of that added electricity cost every year. That adds up to thousands saved over your pool pump's lifetime! Why pool pumps are important A pool pump is essential to the cleanliness of your pool, performing several water circulation duties. The pool pump's primary goal is to circulate water through the filtration system. But it has other tasks, including powering spa jets, backwashing the filter, operating a chlorinator, providing water for the pool sweeper, circulating water through the heater, initiating flow to a solar panel and pumping water to waterfalls and other water features. These occasional tasks require extra energy on top of what they need for the circulation of pool water through the filtration system. Single-speed vs variable-speed pool pumps Most single-speed pool pumps consume an excessive amount of electricity. Why? Because they are typically oversized and overused when operating the pool. By design, single-speed pumps can’t change their flow rate so they are oversized to perform the most demanding task. These pumps traditionally have a 1- or 2-horsepower motor that will run at least five to six hours per day, if not around the clock, consuming energy. A variable-speed pool pump, on the other hand, is able to program and reduce the flow rate to match the required pumping task. A single-speed pump will operate at maximum flow rate even for tasks that require minimum flow rates. In contrast, the variable speed pump can be slowed down to the optimal level. This balances flow rate needs with energy use. This means it can perform tasks just as well as the single-speed, but with significantly less energy usage, saving you money! According to the Consortium for Energy Efficiency, approximately two-thirds of pool pump sales are estimated to be single speed pumps, with the main factor in the decision process for those buying a new pump being the upfront cost of the unit. Pool contractors often install single speed pumps because they aren't aware of how more advanced equipment can save on energy costs in the long run. Sometimes, they don’t know how to install these less common but more efficient pool pumps. The best way to save Poolwerx has the pool pump options to save you money and knowledgeable technicians to install it for you. Not only that, but we are now offering interest free payment plans when you buy an energy efficient pump! What are you waiting for? Time to dive into year-round savings! Find out your savings with this calculator!
New Year, New Pool: How to make your pool look good as new Do you have a New Year's Resolution of tidying up your home, or improving the look of your pool? Poolwerx has your back with a list of tips to make your pool look good as new for the new year.   1. Look into Pool Resurfacing One thing you can do to dramatically change the look of your pool is to resurface it. Have a plaster pool? If your pool is starting to look and feel a bit rough, it’s probably time to re-plaster. Standard pool plaster can usually last anywhere from 8 to 1​2 years. After that, you likely need to re-do the plaster. Another option to give your pool a makeover is to upgrade your pool tile. Whether you’re looking for a contemporary blue glass tile with a glossy finish to complement the blue water of your pool, or possibly the more natural & earthy appearance of stone tiles, Poolwerx can meet your needs. 2. New pool coping Coping is the edge around your swimming pool wall. Today’s high end pools are treated to an upscale coping of thick natural stone. This coping can be irregular to blend nicely with flagstone decking, adapting well to the irregular edges of natural pools and integrating nicely with rocks and boulders. We also offer brick coping for people wanting a more traditional look for their pool. The key is to choose a coping material finished in a way that is most compatible with the decking material. 3. New pool decking Your pool deck is not only the backdrop for the entire pool but the immediate area around your swimming pool. This is also often called your pool patio, and is where most family members and friends spend the majority of their time lounging on lounge chairs or sitting by the pool. When deciding on what coping you want, you have many different options. Different styles include Cantilever Concrete, Bullnose, Rolled Edge, Precast Coping, Custom Stone and more. You also will need to determine what kind of material you would like. Read more about this here! 4. Patio Decor Improvements Adding a new awning or shade structure will not only add more interest to the look of your backyard, but will give you the gift of much-needed shade in the hot summer months. Ordering some new loungers, coordinating outdoor sofas, chairs, or other poolside accessories will make your pool look more inviting. 5. Add a Water Feature There are so many possibilities when it comes to swimming pool water features! Water features can tie together your indoor or outdoor environment to the surrounding landscape and really make it feel like home. The addition of features such as a spillover, fountain or waterfall will certainly class up your pool.
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