The Puripool Process in Expanding Its Service Area
With water conservation, a priority in California, Nevada, and Arizona an eco-friendly solution for your swimming pool has become a necessity. If you have been following our blog, you are well aware of our signature Puripool Process. This process of recycling residential and commercial swimming pool water to remove Calcium Hardness, Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Cyanuric Acid (CYA), phosphates, nitrates, salts, and other waterborne diseases from the swimming pool started about thirteen years ago.
In the Southwest United States, our fill water is extremely hard and loaded with a lot of calcium, magnesium, and other hardness minerals. Over time, calcium scales the interior finish of the pool, the water tile line, the plumbing, and the filtration equipment causing significant damage to the swimming pool. Typically, when this happens most swimming pool owners are told to drain their swimming pools and fill them up with the hard water from the tap. We have always seen this as a problem that needed to be addressed so we manufactured mobile filtration systems for the swimming pool that could not only remove those harsh contaminants from the swimming pool but also conserve the water as well. About ten years ago we developed our Service Provider Model and have successfully built more than 37 mobile filtrations trailers for Service Providers in California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Oregon, and Utah.
With that said we have a unique situation where the completion of three mobile filtration trailers all occurred at the same time. It is an exciting time and we would like to welcome Jeff Jones of Revive Water Purification to Ventura County, Jason Stephenson of Poolistic to Las Vegas, Nevada, and Sam Fadala of Pool Water Savers to Vail, Arizona. All three have been added to our list of Service Providers and can service your pool today!
They are a fantastic addition to our team and are excited to be offering this service in their area.
Good luck to all of you!
Interested in becoming a Service Provider? Please email us at [email protected] for more information.