We’re Truly Grateful!

We’re Truly Grateful!

In the spirit of giving thanks, we want to express our gratitude to you for trusting us with your pool care. We’re very lucky to have such wonderful customers and to be able to serve our community for all of these years. We wouldn’t be in business without your support and we are truly thankful! […]

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4 Easy Ways to Prevent Rodents from Damaging Your Pool Heater

4 Easy Ways to Prevent Rodents from Damaging Your Pool Heater

One of the most common problems pool owners experience in the winter is rodent damage to their pool heaters. When the temperatures get colder, mice and other rodents look for warm places to take shelter from the elements. Unfortunately, your pool heater may look like a good home to them. Whether the rodents are building […]

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Tracy’s Tips: Leaf Nets for Tarp Covers

Tracy’s Tips: Leaf Nets for Tarp Covers

When the time comes to open your pool and put the cover away for the season, here are a few tips to help maintain the integrity of your cover while in storage. Make sure your pool cover is completely dry before storing. Most safety covers are mesh, and can be folded and put in the mesh […]

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Tracy’s Tips: Washing Your Polaris Bag for Winter Storage

Tracy’s Tips: Washing Your Polaris Bag for Winter Storage

When the time comes to open your pool and put the cover away for the season, here are a few tips to help maintain the integrity of your cover while in storage. Make sure your pool cover is completely dry before storing. Most safety covers are mesh, and can be folded and put in the mesh […]

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Don’t Let Your Spa Make You Sick!

Don’t Let Your Spa Make You Sick!

Keeping your spa water fresh and clean is the #1 rule of spa ownership. Don’t let your spa water make you sick! It is critical that you drain your spa as often as every three months. Aqua Magazine says: “The average person brings 100 million bacteria into the water. These join other living organisms such […]

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Winter Pool Closing Checklist

Winter Pool Closing Checklist

Massachusetts winters bring an abundance of snow and frigid temperatures. If you live in New England, or in another place where the temperature dips below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, you will need to winterize your swimming pool before the cold months. The good news? We have put together an easy-to-follow checklist to help you close like […]

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