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Lowering Calcium Hardness with Puripool in Oklahoma

We are very excited to announce that we are expanding our service area into Oklahoma. We recently partnered up with Pure Pool Innovations who are located in Mustang, Oklahoma. They will be our latest company to become a Service Provider. When we started recycling swimming pool water in San Diego about ten years ago we were excited to expand! As a company, we sat down and discussed what we felt would be a great model for others to use in their business. We settled on the Service Provider model because it is the easiest barrier to entry into starting your own business or add to your existing business. By doing this it has allowed us to build over 30 mobile filtration trailers for you and it has also allowed you to operate this business how you choose. Since we launched the Service Provider model, we now have 20 Service Providers all over California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and now Oklahoma.

The mobile filtration trailers were constructed because they solve two major issues that we are currently dealing with in many parts of the United States. They were designed to lower Calcium Hardness (CH), Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), and Cyanuric Acid (CYA) in swimming pools and they can also help with water conservation/drought conditions as well. We have more than enough swimming pools in the United States and one of the biggest problems we all have is high levels of calcium in our tap water. The tap water is extremely “hard” in Oklahoma and over time calcium, magnesium and other hardness minerals gradually build up and start scaling the water tile line, the interior finish of the swimming pool, spillways, water features, salt chlorinators, and filtration equipment. This happens because as water evaporates, the calcium remains in solution and increases in concentration. Typically, most pool professionals will tell you to drain and refill. The challenge with this is, not only do you fill the swimming pool back up with hard water but you also needlessly waste of average 20,000-gallons of water. That’s why we started manufacturing mobile filtration trailers that are equipped with Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration to lower CH, TDS, CYA, waterborne diseases, phosphates, salts, and so much more while conserving approximately 85% of the existing water in both residential and commercial swimming pools.

With that said, it is with great pleasure to announce that Joshua Meares and Chris Duncan of Pure Pool Innovations, in Mustang Oklahoma, are now recycling residential and commercial swimming pool water.  “As a swimming pool owner for 5 plus years, I have dealt with my fair share of issues and concerns. One of the major issues is fighting high Calcium Hardness and the pesky calcium scaling on the waterline tiles. A year and a half ago I started researching ways to solve or deal with this. During my research, I found Pure Water Industries “Puripool Process” and was amazed by the stories. I searched for companies in Oklahoma that had this equipment but to no avail, there wasn’t any. I knew there were others that struggled with the same Calcium Hardness issues. I started talking with my good friend Chris Duncan about partnering with me and starting a business that offered The Puripool Process. After a few months of discussions, we decided to go all in and purchase the equipment to bring this technology to Oklahoma!’

ABOUT PURE POOL INNOVATIONS

We are two good friends with swimming pools in the Oklahoma area and both struggle with hard water issues. After much research we knew offering The “Puripool™ Process” to both residential and commercial swimming pool owners in Oklahoma would be a great solution to our hard water issues. We are excited to now offer this technology to residential and commercial swimming pool owners in Oklahoma.

If you would like to contact Joshua and Chris you can reach them at 405-550-2977 or via email at [email protected]

Thanks, Joshua and Chris, we look forward to working with you and wish you all the best on your new business adventure!