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09/18/2017
By: Steve B.
Canyon Hills Pools
I had them replaster my pool in 2015. Had issues then and still have issues now. I posted pictures on yelp in 2015. They still there under their old name in yelp. The issue I have now. Is the Decko seal cracked away from the edges between coping and cement walk way (just 2 yrs ago). The real problem is where they put the tile (points down to pool) not level. Is aprox. .250 (high) difference to the walk way. The Decko seal won't hold to the edge. They tried to reapply seal. We all know sealant will level to a flat surface. Leaving my pool coping aprox. .250 high. Very dangerous to catch your feet on a sharp corner. Picture added
07/31/2014
By: yucca13
Superior Pool Products
The way payment is applied to my account leaves a lot to be desired. Even when I wrote the invoice numbers on my check, they are often credited to other charges which makes for total confusion when trying to reconcile what I owe. When there are returns, it ends up being a totally confusing mess. I wish their accounting system was more up-to-date.
12/17/2013
By: Jus T.
Superior Pool Products
Superior Pool Products of Placentia = No customer service! This is a great place to go if you want to be made to wait, talk about sports, have your orders screwed up, get overcharged and be gossiped about after you leave by the two faced hypocritical bigots. But first, you have to dumb yourself down to be at the intellectual level of the uneducated inarticulate counter "help" certified morons that work here. Then, for good measure you'll probably need a few tattoos and a jersey from your favorite sports team to fit in here. There are so many other local wholesale pool suppliers where the customer is treated with respect and gratitude and where the employees remember they are there BECAUSE of the customer and to serve the customer. If only the owners of this corporation knew EXACTLY how customers were being treated there were be one fell swoop of pink slips going out. Instead, the status quo will remain and slowly customers will go elsewhere like myself and many others
05/21/2013
By: joanne71
Orange County Pool Service
I love this company www.ocpoolspa.com
Tips & Advices
Essential pool cleaning supplies include a skimmer, pool brushes, a telescopic pool pole, and a vacuum. A water test kit is also essential, as it allows you to gauge the water quality and add solutions/chemicals as needed to balance the water. If you have a saltwater pool, you won’t add compound chlorine, but it will still require chemicals, as well as needing to be super-chlorinated  (aka “shocked”) once a week.
The primary benefits of a saltwater pool are that the water is less harsh/irritating to skin and eyes than a chlorine-treated pool--and free of the chemical chlorine smell. Also, saltwater pools are less expensive upfront at the time of installation. (However, saltwater pools tend to be more expensive to maintain.) Saltwater pool still require regular upkeep--daily skimming, but they require less complex routines in terms of chemical monitoring and balancing. Weekly monitoring is just for three things: free chlorine, cyanuric acid stabilizer, and pH.
An automatic pool cleaner vacuums debris and dirt from the pool and brushes the surfaces clean. The basic models have a suction nozzle and a hose, and connect to the pool’s strainer basket and filter. These are suction-side or pressure-side pool cleaners. Robotic pool cleaners, which are used to clean larger pools, are self-contained and much more expensive. The appeal of all automatic pool cleaners is that they work with little to no human supervision.
Maintaining a residential swimming pool typically costs $150-$250 per month for DIY maintenance/cleaning. The cost of running the filter pump is additional. This increases by around $100-$200 a month for professional cleaning, and $100-200 if you need to keep it heated. If you only use your pool during certain seasons, it costs a few-hundred dollars to “open” it for the swimming season (a heavy clean and professional water balance).
A swimming pool needs to be cleaned once a week. Some people maintain it much more painstakingly--skimming every other day, brushing algae-prone areas twice weekly, and vacuuming more than once weekly. Do not forget to clean the pool pumps thoroughly every couple months.

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