The Puripool Process in Ventura, Las Vegas, and Vail
We are very excited to announce that we are expanding our service area into Ventura County, Las Vegas, and Vail, Arizona. We recently partnered up with Pool Water Savers in Vail, Arizona, Ventura County Pools in Ventura, CA, and Poolistic Pool Water Restoration in Las Vegas, Nevada. They will all be our latest companies 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 25 Service Providers all over California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Oregon, and Oklahoma.
Mobile Filtration For Swimming Pools
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 the 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 Sam Fadala of Pool Water Savers, Jeff Jones of Ventura County Pools, and Jason Stephenson of Poolistic Pool Water Restoration will be recycling residential and commercial swimming pool water. They all see the need for this service in their area and are excited to be starting in 2022. If you should have any questions or want to become a Service Provider, please contact us today!