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.

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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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How to be a more eco-friendly pool owner Own a pool but want to make less of an impact on the environment? We hear you. It's natural to want to reduce the amount of chemicals you're using not only in your day-to-day life, but in your pool as well. The only problem is, pools usually require chemicals to keep its water balanced, healthy and free of pathogens. So how do you get a more eco-friendly pool without also sharing it with algae, bacteria, viruses and other harmful intruders? Fortunately, there are options out there that will greatly reduce the amount of chlorine your pool needs. This means you can use less chemicals, which is great for the environment. Plus, your skin and hair--and even your wallet in the long run--will thank you too. Read below to find out four ways to have a more eco-friendly pool. 1. Convert to a Saltwater pool If you’ve ever heard the term “saltwater pool,” that pool would be using salt chlorination. Contrary to popular belief, saltwater pools do have chlorine in them. However, you wouldn't have to buy chemical chlorine like you usually do in a "regular" pool, because while saltwater pools do use chlorine, they create it on their own. Instead of adding in store-bought chlorine, saltwater pools naturally create their own chlorine through a process called electrolysis. When you add pool grade salt to a chlorine generator, the generator runs salty water through two electrically charged plates, which converts it to chlorine. The pool water is still sanitized using chlorine, but the process is different from that of a typical chlorine pool. Salt chlorination is a more natural and convenient method to delivering chlorine to your pool, compared to harsher liquid and solid chemical chlorine that’s used in traditional pools. It is also a lower-cost alternative to chemical chlorine sanitization in the long run. Salt water pools also use less chlorine, which leads to a gentler and more natural swimming experience. 2. Reduce Chlorine needs with Minerals Mineral pools use dispensers that deposit additional minerals such as silver and copper into your water, which work together to keep your pool clean and help battle algae, bacteria and other contaminants. Silver has antibacterial properties and has been used to clean water since the days of the Roman empire. Copper is a known algaecide, and is used in so many of the algaecides available for pools and hot tubs, and why some pool manufacturers add it to their pool mineral systems. Using mineral systems reduces your need for chlorine by about 50%, reducing your chlorine needs and stretching out your supplies further. You will still need chlorine (or bromine if your dispenser is compatible), but your needs will be significantly reduced. Plus, minerals have added benefits: minerals make your pool’s water softer. This makes the water feel more silky and luxurious, leads to less dry and irritated skin and hair, reduces wear on your equipment. 3. Go solar Solar pool covers can be a great way to keep your pool covered. Not only will it prevent any dirt and debris from falling in, but it can also help keep your water warm. Solar pool covers absorb heat from the sunlight and are able to heat your pool by up to eight degrees. Installation is very simple, and once the cover is measured and cut to the shape of your pool it is ready for use. Pool covers can help reduce your energy costs, minimize water loss, increase heat retention, and in some cases, even decrease chemical needs. That's a win-win for lessening your pool's impact! A solar-powered pool heater can also be a great way to warm up your pool, making it comfortable to swim in well past swimming season. Not only that, but it helps pool owners save money on heating costs, as well. Solar-powered pool heaters use energy from the sun to pump the warm water through the system, effectively using far less energy for water heating, as compared to an electric or gas-powered system. 4. The power of plants When you breathe, your body takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide, but when plants "breathe," or undergo photosynthesis, they do the opposite, taking in and absorbing unwanted absorb carbon dioxide and releasing clean oxygen back into the air. Plants remove toxins from air –up to 87% of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) every 24 hours, according to NASA research. Plants are essential to all life on Earth. With the world cutting down so many trees, why not give back by planting some in your own backyard? Plus as an added benefit, the presence of plants has been shown to increase productivity, reduce stress and improve mood. Sounds like it's time to build a backyard oasis with some gardening projects!
How to open your pool in 7 steps Whether you properly closed your pool for the winter or let it go, eventually springtime returns with warmer days, and you have to get your pool swim-ready again. We put together two plans on how you can open your pool for the season: one plan with 7 steps, and one plan with one step. Read below to learn more! Step 1: Take the pool cover off your pool.   Clear off any dirt, leaves and debris on the pool cover so it will not fall in the pool, then remove your pool cover so you can access your pool. Step 2: Clean your filter if it wasn't done in the fall.   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. Because of this, your pool filter has to be cleaned regularly to make sure it doesn't get too clogged up. Make sure not to handle your filter while the pool pump is on. Our recommendation is as follows: 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. Step 3: De-winterize and inspect your equipment.   Take the winter plugs out of the returns and skimmers. Clean and install the drains. Clean and inspect your pool pump, heater, automated pool cleaner, and any other equipment, and reconnect anything not connected. Put all the plugs back into the equipment that had been removed when you closed your pool. Also take the time to inspect, clean and reattach other pool features such as hand rails, diving boards, and ladders. We recommend conducting an equipment assessment and safety check before you start enjoying your pool for the season, to make sure everything is safe. Plus, you don't want your equipment to break down or a leak to come up during the summer, so better safe than sorry! Our expert technicians will make sure everything is in working order. Give us a call to book a pool health check today. Step 4: Fill your pool to the normal level.   If your pool was drained when you closed your pool, it will need to be re-filled with water. If you have water in your pool but haven’t used it in a while, you will likely find that the water level has dropped. If the water level in your pool drops below the skimmer box, you run the risk of running your pump dry and burning out. To avoid this from happening, set yourself a regular reminder to check whether your pool needs a top up. Step 5: Turn on the breakers to the equipment. Before you turn the power on, make sure the valves are in the open position. Prime the pump by filling it with water, and make sure air is purged from the plumbing. Once the water is circulating through, inspect your pool for any cracks, leaks, or damaged hoses. If you see something that looks like a crack or other damage, turn it off again and call your local Poolwerx to set up a maintenance visit. Step 6: Test your water.   A free 60 second water test will let you know what's in your water after your pool has been out of use. The results will help you know the exact chemical dosages you need to get your pool in optimal condition. Collect a sample from about an arm’s length under the water surface. To have an accurate analysis, aim to have the water tested within a few hours. Head to your local Poolwerx store to receive your 60 second computerized water test for free. Step 7: Balance your pool.   Now that you know what is needed for your pool, stop by Poolwerx for the supplies you need. Our helpful associates would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have and give recommendations. Want a no contact experience? With our curbside pick up, no need to leave your vehicle--we'll bring your supplies right to you! We even have chemical delivery available where we can bring everything you need to your door.