American Made Above Ground Pools: Aqua Sport

It is getting harder and harder to buy products that are made in America. So we are making it easy for you by giving you information on companies that make their pools in America and have great products that fit into all types of budgets and backyard layouts.

In this entry we will introduce you to the AquaSports Pools and how they might be the right fit for your backyard!

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The Admirals Walk by AquaSports

If you are looking for an above ground pool that comes with everything you need to jump right in and start having some fun, this is the pool for you. The Admiral’s Walk, named for its walk around deck and spacious end deck, is a durable, extruded aluminum on-ground pool that is more budget-friendly than some of the steel alternatives.

RECTANGULAR SHAPE A rectangular pool gives you more freedom for lounging and watersports than other pool shapes. It has a 18″ promenade deck that comes standard on 3 sides and a 66″ deep end deck. This gives you plenty of space for sunning and socializing.

SWING LOCK GATE The safety swing lock gate comes standard with Admiral’s Walk Pool adding a layer of safety for you and your family.

REGENCY ENTRANCE LADDER The entrance ladder swings up, so the pool is inaccessible when not in use. The ladder has safety treads and handrails.

REGENCY RESIN FENCING The fence provides another level of safety while using the pool and when it is not in use. The fence is 36″ high and the pickets are spaced less than 4″ apart.

DELUXE IN-POOL LADDER The in pool ladder also has handrails and treads no the steps for safety.

PREMIER LINER The liners are all American premium grade vinyl hung (beaded) liner for long life. The liner has been specifically formulated and treated to resist fungus and mildew. Twenty (20) year prorated limited warranty.

30 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY The Admiral’s Walk has a 30 Year Limited Warranty on the primary aluminum structure, customer service policy and pool wall and frame.

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The MILANO by AquaSports

This durable above ground pool will give hours of enjoyment for you and your family. Add on decking and other amenities to fit your personal needs.

The Milano is a 52″ Deep Above Ground Pool.

SHAPE CHOICES  You can choose from seven different shapes in either and oval or a round shape. Giving you plenty of choices to fit any backyard space.

30 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY The Milano has a 30 Year Limited Warranty on the primary aluminum structure, customer service policy and pool wall and frame.

STAINLESS STEEL SKIMMER PANEL Featuring a Lifetime Guaranteed Stainless Steel Panel to protect your pool from corrosion around the skimmer and return openings, greatly increasing its life span.

OPTIONAL DECKING Add some decking to your Milano and choose from, 4′ x 5′, 6′ x 9′ & 6′ x 14′ rectangular deck, 2-piece, 3-piece & 4-piece patio decks. You can also add coordinated carpeted aluminum decking and modular aluminum perimeter tubular picket fencing for added safety and fun.

WALL CONSTRUCTION The walls of the Milano have an extra protection built in as they are made from Hot Dipped Galvanized Copper Bearing Steel G90. They are also diamond coated on the outside and have a coat of Epoxy on the inside for additional rust resistance. The wall itself has been Injection molded with a virgin polymer resin for superior strength and durability.

Stop back to read about Radiant Metric Round Above Ground Pools and how they might fit your budget and space!

If you would like more information on purchasing one of these Above Ground 100% American Made pools or have questions in regards to the pool that you own please give us a call today at (315) 458-8800, or stop into our North Syracuse or East Syracuse location and we would be glad to help.

Have a great winter!made-in-USA

Enjoying your Spa in the Winter

Envision this…soaking in your steamy spa, sipping hot cocoa while the snow falls lightly around you. What could be more relaxing? In order to make this relaxing moment a reality in the cold winter months of Upstate NY, there are a few steps you need to take to ensure proper operation and efficiency of your “little oasis” all winter long!

  1. Stock up on Supplies – Check your supplies and make sure you have an extra filter cartridge and plenty of sanitizer, chemicals, test strips, and any other spa supplies you use to last you through the winter. You don’t want to be all set to jump in and relax and realize that you don’t have the supplies you need.
  2. Protect Your Pipes – The winters in Central NY tend to be very cold and with this weather comes the risk of the pipes freezing in your spa. All you need to do is make sure that your spa’s freeze protection system is activated. This will help to maintain a constant water temperature even when you’re not using the spa. If your spa doesn’t have freeze protection, don’t worry, you can set your timer to cycle on for 15 – 20 minutes every hour, this will keep warm water circulating through the pipes and decrease the chances of them freezing.
  1. Keep it Covered – Use your insulated cover whenever you are not using your spa. This is an essential step to help reduce the amount of energy used during the winter. Consider using a thermal blanket under the cover to help keep the heat in, reduce chemical use, and decrease moisture build-up on the cover. Remember to spray your vinyl cover with a protectant to safeguard against the harsh winter weather. If your spa is in an area outside where snow can accumulate on the cover, put a tarp over the cover each time your are done using it, then if snow does accumulate, just pull the tarp off and the snow is gone. Remember to periodically inspect your cover for tears, leakage, or other deformities. Make sure your cover fits well and is in good condition as this is the number one way to preserve your spa’s cleanliness AND save on energy expenses.
  1. Watch the Water Level – Check the water level in your spa regularly, especially if you do not use your spa every day. If the water gets too low, the pumps and heater may stop working which may lead to freezing water.
  2. Maintain the Water Temperature –The colder it gets, the longer it takes for your spa to heat up. It is less expensive and more efficient to maintain the water temperature of your spa on a daily basis than it is to let it get extremely cold and then reheat it when you want to use the spa. It also keeps water from freezing in the pipes and reduces chemical use.
  3. Turn off Air Jets – The air jets inject cold air in to the spa, thus cooling the water and requiring more energy to heat it back up. So, during the cold winter months, keep the jets turned off. If you still want to use the jets, make sure they are turned off after every use.
  4. Call now for service to fix anything that’s not working 100%.   It’s no fun to head out to the spa for relaxation and find out that it isn’t working.  Complete a check of the entire spa and if something isn’t working, get it fixed right away.
  1. Add music and accessories!  Make your spa area frosty and festive. With the right spa accessories, you can make your spa experience extra enjoyable. Why not add a new step, safety rail, spa caddy or a towel rack?  Visit our website at http://www.tarsonpools.com/pages/spas.htm for more information on these products.

If you currently do not own a spa and would like more information on purchasing one or have questions in regards to the spa that you own please give us a call today at (315) 458-8800, or stop into our North Syracuse or East Syracuse location and we would be glad to help.

Have a great winter!

 

How to Keep Your Pool Water Looking Great

stock-footage-crystal-clear-blue-water-in-swimming-poolHaving a pool is a wonderful amenity and a great way to have fun all summer long. This summer spend less time worrying about water quality and clarity and more time splashing in the sun.

Here are 8 ways to take care of your pool water this summer:

  1. Take advantage of our FREE water testing. It doesn’t matter where you purchased your pool, Tarson will test your water free. It’s important to maintain a proper chemical balance.
  2. If you own a Salt Water Pool, keep a supply of BioGuard SaltScapes on hand. There are 6 different products that help to keep your salt water ready for summer time fun:
    1. SunShield Stabilizer helps to shield against the sun which in turn minimizes cell run time.
    2. pH Reducer which corrects high pH levels.
    3. Scale Defender and Cell cleaner keep the cell generator free of scale.
    4. Chlorine –Free Shock Oxidizer eliminates contaminants.
    5. Balance Test Strips will help to ensure that you have proper water balance for swimmer comfort, equipment protection and sanitizer efficiency.
    6. Salt Level Test Strips help to ensure correct salt levels in your pool.
  3. BioGuard Freshen Up is a water purifier that will destroy unwanted contaminants that cause your water to be dull, lifeless and sometimes stinky. After 15 minutes you will be swimming again!
  4. BioGuard Goodbye DRY! Can be used in both salt water and chlorine pools. This product helps to soften the feel of your water, so you can enjoy silky feeling water as well as making your hair tangle-free and your skin softer and itch free.
  5. BioGuard Tonic will remove phosphates and at least 10 other unwanted contaminants including skin oils, rain pollution, dirt, pet dander, pollen, grease, dust, lotions and hair care products.
  6. BioGuard Silk Tabs and Silk Sticks contain a revolutionary technology called SilkGuard that helps to protect against corrosion and staining while making your pool water soft and smooth.
  7. Use the Angry Egg Pool Treatment after a water changing event such as a severe rainstorm or big pool party. It works in both above ground and in ground pools and with all pool sanitization programs including chlorine and salt.
  8. Dolphin M3 Automatic Cleaner is a light weight and easy to use cleaner with a timer so you can set it to clean when you need it too. It scrubs and vacuums and filters all pool surfaces in just 3 hours.

Stop in to your neighborhood Tarson Pools location for expert advice on pool clarity and quality and to find out which product is right for you and your pool. Call us today if we can help with any questions in regards to your pool or spa or to meet with a sales representative (315) 458-8800.

Enhancing Your Pool Purchase

vanquishWhen buying a pool there are many questions that you must answer before making your final decision. One question that you should answer is what type of circulation and cleaning system will you install in your backyard oasis. In our first entry in our “Enhancing Your Pool Purchase” blog series we will give you information on the Vanquish in-floor circulation and cleaning system to see if this might be the right fit for you and your pool.

How the Vanquish in-floor circulation and cleaning system works:

  1. Warm, clean water is pumped through the six port water valve and is distributed to all areas of the pool
  2. Your pool is divided into separate cleaning zones, which are turned on and off by the six port water valve
  3. Each zone has a system of rotating cleaning pop-up jets placed in the floors and down jets placed in the walls. One by one the six port water valve delivers filtered water to each zone of the pool
  4. They work together to clean your pool by sweeping debris to the pool’s main drain and skimmer area.

While the Vanquish in floor circulation and cleaning system is cleaning your pool it is also circulating water. This system is better than a traditional pool system because it circulates the water evenly throughout every square inch of your pool instead of just circulating the water on top.

Circulation benefits:

  1. Because the Vanquish system circulates water through every square inch of your pool, there are no dead zones where algae can grow
  2. Less chemicals are needed
  3. Eliminates cold spots for a more comfortable swimming experience
  4. Saves on energy costs for the life of the pool
  5. Better for the environment: the chemicals are better circulated, thus less are lost into the atmosphere

Cleaning benefits:

  1. Non-contact cleaning, extends the life of a vinyl liner
  2. Cleans while you relax and have fun
  3. Once done cleaning, it disappears back into the pool floor, no clean up or storage of equipment
  4. The system leaves your pool swim ready

The Vanquish system is built to last and comes with a lifetime limited warranty on all cleaning jets within the system.

If you would like to enjoy your pool instead of taking time to clean it, then the Vanquish in-floor circulation and cleaning system may be the right fit for you. Call us today for more information or to meet with a sales representative (315) 458-8800.

Choosing Your Pool: Radiant Pool Edition

YellowHouseBlueLagoonPool season is just around the corner, so for the second entry in our “Choosing Your Pool” blog series we are sharing about Radiant Pools. When you start your pool shopping, be sure to include this one in your research. Learn how Radiant Pools are great for CNY residents and what you should consider to determine if one is right for you.

Pros
1. Built to last
What sets this pool apart from the rest is in its design. Radiant Pools use the same technology used in the construction of aircrafts, which makes the pool walls stronger than steel, polymer and even concrete. You never have to worry about the sustainability of your Radiant Pool because the walls will never rust, warp or crack.

2. Customizable
Radiant Pools come in 9 shape options with numerous sizes to choose from. This makes it easier to fit into every shape and size backyard. There are also 20 choices for liner styles, so you can personalize your pool with the look and feel of the liner.

3. Swim longer
The built-to-last insulated wall panels help your pool water heat up faster and keep it warmer longer. This means you can start your swimming season earlier and swim later. The average Radiant Pool extends your swim season by 2 months!

4. Environmentally friendly
A Radiant Pool is an investment that you can feel good about because it helps to lessen your footprint. The materials used to construct Radiant Pools are ozone friendly and 100% recyclable. They are the only energy efficient and environmentally smart pools on the market.

5. Warranty
Radiant Pools are 100% made in the USA and come with a 100% lifetime warranty that can be transferred to new owners if you should ever sell your home. Also, if your purchase is financed through a home equity loan, your interest is considered tax deductible.

Con/Pro
1. A Radiant Pool will cost on average $3,000 more than an ordinary steel pool up front, but because of the energy-efficient insulated wall panels you will see a $3,275 energy savings return in just 5 years!

Purchasing a Radiant Pool is a smart choice because of their dependability, so this summer experience the numerous benefits in one of your very own! Call us today for more information or to meet with a sales representative (315) 458-8800. Check back for our next post in this series to learn why Fiberglass Pools are the most personalized pool yet!

Choosing Your Pool: Saltwater Edition

tarsons-073If you’re considering purchasing a pool this season, we want you to know all of the options available. In this blog series, we will share industry insights to help you find the perfect pool for you. Saltwater pools have become very popular over the last ten years as an alternative to chlorine pools, so we’re sharing the pros and cons to help you decide.

Pros
1. Fewer chemicals
Saltwater pools require fewer chemicals to maintain healthy water. This is both a money saver and more environmentally safe. You don’t have to store chemicals in your home and your water testing will be a lot simpler.

2. Reduced maintenance
Wouldn’t it be perfect to have a pool that cleans itself? Saltwater pools essentially do just that. The pool’s generator converts the salt into pure chlorine, which maintains water sanitation and prevents the growth of algae. This allows a constant, balanced supply of chlorine instead of having to manually add it.

3. Overall cost
Although saltwater pools are more money upfront, they pay for themselves after a few years. Maintaining a saltwater pool can be up to half the cost of maintaining a chlorine pool. These savings come from a reduction in chemical cost, testing or hiring help.

4. Unique experience
A saltwater pool owner will tell you they have never thought twice about their purchase. The water experience is undeniably different because it feels softer. No worries about chemical odors, allergic reactions, dried out skin or irritated eyes.

Cons
1. Salt corrosion
Salt is highly corrosive, so avoid placing metal furniture or handrails directly in the water. Also be aware of the chlorine generator. If too much salt is converted into chlorine it can cause damage to your heater. Speak to your sales rep about safe practices to prevent this from happening.

2. Pump cost
Since most saltwater pools have a self-maintaining system, the pool pump must operate at all times. This is to ensure enough chlorine is being produced to disinfect the water. Having the pump contstantly running can increase your utility bill, so speak with your sales rep about the estimated price increase.

3. Expensive parts
Saltwater pools are different in how they are built. For instance, a salt cell, or salt generator, is unique to this pool and can be costly to replace. Ask your sales rep about warranties and how to maintain water chemistry to prevent any damage.

If you’re looking for a fresh water experience, then a saltwater pool may be the right fit for you. Call us today for more information or to meet with a sales representative (315) 458-8800. Check back for our next post in the series to learn how you can extend your swimming season by two months in a Radiant Pool.

Hot Tub Myths: The Facts Behind the Fiction

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It’s easy to fall for some of the myths about home hot tubs. Tarson Pools and Spas has been in the hot tub industry for over 30 years, so as experts in the field, we are able to dispel the false information about owning and maintaining a hot tub. Here are some of the most common myths and the truth behind them

Myth: Purchasing the least expensive hot tub in the store will save me money.
Fact: This statement is misleading because although you may save more money during the purchasing process, you might end up spending more down the road in maintenance. Low price spas can have less efficient insulation, pumping, heating or other essential actions. We recommend purchasing a hot tub with a higher MSRP during a promotion so that you get a quality spa for a price you can afford.
Tip: When purchasing a clearance hot tub, ask why it’s on sale. If it’s a discontinued model, ask your sales rep if you’ll still be able to purchase necessary parts in the future.

Myth: All jets perform the same function, so the more the better.
Fact: Jets are a great hot tub feature, but did you know they serve more than one function? There are massaging and pulsating jets, which perform two beneficial, but different functions. If you’re looking for the jets to massage certain areas of the body, find a model with jets that are located in the target areas. If you want jets that pulsate without a target area, find a model with the proper amount of jets for the size of your family.
Tip: If you’re purchasing a hot tub for health reasons, ask your sales rep about strength, position and function options on the spas they carry.

Myth: If the water has a strong chemical odor, the water must be clean.
Fact: A healthy hot tub will have a very light chemical odor. If the odor is strong, this could mean the water’s pH is not balanced or there are chloramines, water contaminants such as body oils or perspiration in your spa. Check your water’s pH balance to see if it is between 7.4-7.6. If the pH appears to be balanced, consult with a chemical expert at your hot tub supplier.
Tip: Check your pH balance every day to avoid chemical odor and imbalances. Also, check your filter frequently because this affects the health of the hot tub.

Myth: It’s okay to use household chemicals like antifreeze and bleach for my hot tub.
Fact: To avoid the hot tub water from freezing, some have tried adding antifreeze to the water to slow the process. Antifreeze is not only toxic to the skin, but it’s also very difficult to pass through the hot tub’s system. You can avoid this problem by winterizing your spa.
Using bleach to sanitize your hot tub water or cover is not a safe practice. It can irreparably damage the hot tub’s finish and the cover material. Use only the chemicals recommended when maintaining or cleaning your hot tub.
Tip: High levels of bromine or chlorine can act similarly to bleach and damage the hot tub. This is another good reason to test the water’s pH every day.

Myth: Chlorine is what causes my eyes to turn red and burn in the water.
Fact: Chlorine can cause slight skin irritation, but it’s not what is causing your eye irritation. The irritation is most likely due to alkalinity or an imbalanced pH. High alkalinity leads to the water becoming caustic and a low pH causes the water to become acidic. This is true of hot tubs as well as pools.
Tip: If your eyes become irritated, rinse them with warm water and dry them off lightly with a clean towel.

Myth: I don’t need to use chemicals in my hot tub because I have an Ozonator.
Fact: Although having an Ozonator reduces the need for chemicals, you still need to use the chemical cocktail recommended by your spa retailer. Ozone must be used with another sanitizer to maintain healthy water.
Tip: There is no hot tub on the market that only requires an ozone system to sanitize hot tub water. Jacuzzi offers highly innovative hot tubs systems that give you choices on water maintenance plans.

We hope disproving these myths and providing helpful tips will make your owning or purchasing a hot tub  a lot easier. If you have any questions on the information given, or on other hot tub topics, give us a call at (315) 458-8800. Hot tub promotions are going on now, so ask a sales rep about the offers available!

Things You Should Consider When Shopping for a Hot Tub

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Central NY is the perfect place for a hot tub. The flexibility and variety of hot tubs offered allow you to enjoy your water oasis during the ever-changing seasons. Purchasing a hot tub is unique in that there are many factors that go into the selection process. We will answer the most common questions about the purchasing process and provide tips on how to find the perfect hot tub for your home.

1. Where should my hot tub go?
You can choose between an indoor or outdoor hot tub. The possibility of having either depends on whether the space meets the criteria to sustain it. For an indoor hot tub you’ll need to know whether or not the floor can hold its weight and if the ventilation is able to release steam from the room. If it’s installed outdoors, you’ll need accessibility to the proper electrical wiring to power your hot tub. We recommend working with the contractor to ensure the space selected can meet all the requirements.

2. What will I need to purchase?
For any hot tub we recommend the best cover offered for that particular model. Not only will the cover save you money by retaining heat, but it will also prevent outside elements from entering the water. This will keep the water healthy, reducing the need for cleaning and chemicals.

If you have children, you’ll want to consider a lock for the cover. This is a safety precaution to ensure no one enters the hot tub without supervision. You also have the option of purchasing stairs to make it easier to enter your hot tub.

3. What size or type of hot tub should I get?
Hot tubs come in all shapes and sizes and are meant to fit with your lifestyle. If you have a family or will use your hot tub for social gatherings, a larger model is the way to go. The smallest size offered fits 2 people whereas the largest size fits 6+ comfortably, so there’s definitely a hot tub that meets your needs.

A question to ask yourself is, what will I use my hot tub for? If you’re looking for it to ease muscle tension, pain, or any physical discomfort, then find a model that has jets located near the areas that need attention. If you’re looking to use it for fitness, ask your salesperson about fitness spas. You can also add accessories such as color lights, a music player and other fun add-ons to customize to your liking.

4. How much will it all cost?
Beyond your hot tub price tag, there are a few factors to look into in order to estimate how much you will be paying in electricity and chemical costs. How often you use your hot tub will heavily determine these costs. If you use it frequently or for longer periods of time, this will increase your electricity bill and need for chemicals. How large, what style, and your local climate will also determine the costs. Find out the rates from your local electrical company and discuss with your sales rep how you can estimate your monthly payments.

5. What kind of support will I receive once the hot tub is installed?
It’s very important to know what you’ll be getting after the sale. We’ll let you know exactly what is covered by warranty and the best practices to keep your hot tub healthy. We’ll also make recommendations when it comes to chemicals and parts to make sure you have the most cost-efficient and up-to-date parts and products.

We offer a wide selection of spas and hot tubs from two highly reputable manufacturers: Jacuzzi and Life’s Great Spas. We are confident you’ll find what you’re looking for and at a price you can afford. If you are interested in getting a hot tub for this fall season, stop in today to learn more.

Swim Spas Provide Fun and Fitness All Year Long

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In Central New York, many homeowners have considered purchasing a hot tub for the cold winters, but also long for a pool in the warm summer months. An economic way to receive the benefits of both a pool and a spa is with a swim spa. Not only do you get a hot tub spacious enough for exercise, but you can also use your swim spa all year long.

About
A swim spa is a large hot tub that offers a swim current for ultimate resistance swimming. Each varies in size, but average around 7 ft. x 14 ft. and 3-5 ft. deep. It can be used for exercises such as water aerobics, underwater running, strength training and swimming laps. Its unique size provides room to perform all four basic strokes. You can also use your swim spa for stress relief, relaxation and family fun.

Benefits
The swim spa provides functions that maximize its value. A standard spa can accommodate on average 4-6 people, whereas a swim spa can fit a dozen people comfortably. The compact space of a hot tub limits the amount of exercise options available, but in a swim spa you have plenty of space to perform your favorite exercise routine.

Features of the swim spa can be adjusted more easily than a pool. It is a smaller unit of water, allowing the temperature to change more rapidly at your control. You can even separate the temperature of the spa so that everyone is comfortable. When using the current you can regulate to a speed that best fits your needs. Increase the resistance for an intense cardio workout, or set the jets to low for a relaxing massage.

Installation
You can install a swim spa wherever the technical requirements can be accommodated: indoors, outdoors, above or in the ground. If you decide to move, the swim spa is a self-contained unit and can be transported to your new home. Swim spas are customizable by size, color, and light options. Plus they offer great features such as exercise equipment and stereo systems.

If you have been considering a pool or hot tub for your home and just can’t decide, consider exactly what you want to get out of your water oasis. If you’re looking to stay warm in the winter, cool in the summer, have exercising opportunities and have a great space for socializing then the swim spa could be a great fit for you. Check out our website at tarsonpools.com to stay informed on our spa sales or stop in today to discuss installing a swim spa at your home.

Why Purchasing Local Bulk Chemical Packages Can Save You Time and Money

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May has finally arrived and soon it will be time to open your pool. Once the cover is off it’s time to add the perfect cocktail of chemicals to keep your pool balanced and clean. We want you to save this summer, so here are 5 reasons you can benefit from buying local bulk chemical packages for your pool.

1. Reduce Trips to the Store
There are certain chemicals you will rely on to make sure your pool is healthy. Once you know what products those are and how much you will need for your pool’s size, you can purchase a package that will keep you well stocked for the summer. Instead of driving to the store every time you need a refill, you’ll have what you need on hand.

2. No More Waiting in Line
With our new bulk package ordering system you will be able to order online or call your neighborhood store to place your package order. You have the option of paying in advance, or at the closest store. Once the package is ready you will go to a special checkout to finish the transaction or pick up the package and go with no waiting in line!

3. Save Money
Purchasing a bulk chemicals package will save you money and you will spend less on gas because you’ll make fewer trips to the store. We guarantee our packages will beat any national retailers’ price and assure that our packages only contain what your pool needs. We also provide options when it comes to the packages for purchase. We offer a BioGuard brand package or the Tarson brand package. BioGuard is a premium brand for the pool owner who wants the best chemicals to treat their pool. The Tarson brand is a high-quality, yet economical brand for exceptional pool care for any budget.

4. Don’t Buy What You Don’t Need
When national retailers put together bulk packages, they don’t have your unique pool in mind. You could be buying extra chemicals you don’t need while not buying enough of the chemicals you do. Our packages have adequate dosing based on experience in this region, so you get the right type and quantity of necessary chemicals every time.

5. Save On Shipping
All of our packages can be picked up at our 6 locations, so you don’t have to pay high shipping fees. Not to mention you will be able to talk with an expert who knows your pool as opposed to a salesperson out of the area.

This summer spend less time in your car and more time in your pool by stocking up on your chemicals. We also offer 24-hour water testing drop off and same day water analysis at all Tarson Pools locations. Just leave your sample in the water-testing drop off box and we will send you your results the next day. Stop in to your neighborhood Tarson Pools location for expert advice on pool chemicals and visit tarsonpools.com/pages/bulkchemicals.htm to browse our bulk chemical packages and other discounted items.