All Natural Pools & Spas, Inc.

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All Natural Pools & Spas, Inc.
All Natural Pools & Spas, Inc. is listed in the Swimming Pool Service & Repair category in Lake Worth, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for All Natural Pools & Spas, Inc. which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of All Natural Pools & Spas, Inc. on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

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8 W Pine Tree Ave
Lake Worth, FL 33467
(561) 969-7590

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All Natural Pools & Spas, Inc. has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that All Natural Pools & Spas, Inc. has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Lake Worth, Florida is 33 and in the Swimming Pool Service & Repair category is 25. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Hayward Pool Products has a "Hurricane Relief Rebate" program in place from September 6, 2017 until April 1, 2018 offering up to a $300 rebate. The promotion requires the purchase of a Hayward Energy Efficient Pump, a Hayward In Ground Filter System, and one more qualifying Hayward in ground product. Call the office for details.

Something a little strange is going to happen this week. This is just a note to remind you that your pool is likely to drop 2" to 3" inches this week when the cold snap comes through on Wednesday-ish. Evaporation is a simple heat exchange...which is precisely what your pool water will experience when the evening low temperatures drop into the 50's later this week. Most pools are hovering near 80 degrees right now. A couple of cool nights is all it will take to lower your pool water temperature to near 70 degrees. Making it too cool for anyone over 14 yrs old to want to swim anymore...sorry folks. The process of discharging that heat into the atmosphere is going to cause some really rapid evaporation causing the water level to drop dramatically. No sweat. It's perfectly normal. This is just a friendly heads up!

Explanation for Hurricane Irma clean up charges: Having been through a few hurricanes, All Natural Pools has developed a strategy to make every effort to keep EVERY pool blue, even in the case of extended loss of power. The process is simple to write down but quite challenging to execute. The Monday of the week of Irma was the only day that week we serviced any pools in normal fashion. Beginning Tuesday we abandoned full service and focused our efforts on superchlorinating each pool, so that they might all withstand the deluge of rain and debris. That effort was completed by Thursday midday. It was at that point the All Natural Pools team took care of securing our own property and safety, with the storm looming closer. Once power was restored to our gated facility late Tuesday following the hurricane weekend, we repeated the same process. We delayed any efforts to clean pools in favor of superchlorinating each and every pool once again. If we simply attempted to start servicing pools in normal order at that point, almost all of our customers' pools would have turned green, because of the extraordinary amount of time needed to clean up each pool following such an event. After all pools had been superchlorinated, we then began the arduous process of actually cleaning the pools. We hired extra help and doubled up on service techs per route and worked every day until all pools were restored. Some pools required only chemistry rebalancing, some had additional debris and others were nightmares which took multiple visits and up to 4 hours to clean. Many thanks to the dozens and dozens of you who helped in cleaning your pools ahead of or between our visits. A big tip of the cap to those hardworking service techs who worked two solid weeks restoring hundreds of pools in 100 degree temperatures!! Most customers are going experience a one time $40 storm charge. We realize that some full service visits were missed. However, to understand the need for this fee, please consider our efforts prior to and after the storm to keep pools blue, the additional chemicals that were required, the extra help that was brought on, and all the extra hours and days worked in order to get the clean-up completed. Customers with salt pools will likely see a higher charge as those pools also required the addition of 80 to 200 pounds of salt each due to the dilution from the storm. Many customers will see charges between $75 - $200 dependant on the number of visits and hours spent on clean up. There will be some extreme cases with slightly higher fees. We are operating from the "Reasonable and Customary" threshold in determining these extra charges. It always rains and the wind always blows. Sometimes your pool is a wreck...we've never charged a customer anything more. Sometimes your pool is very easy...likewise, we've never charged you any less. Hurricanes are neither reasonable nor customary operating conditions.

Don't do anything to your pool!! Whatever you have heard is little more than urban legend or a non-productive waste of time and energy. Don't lower the pool water level. When Irma gets here she can fill your entire pool once every 10 minutes. If you lower the pool level by an entire foot...the outer rainbands will fill that back up in matter of minutes. Don't put anything additional into your pool. Strong winds will create movement on top of your pool no differently than on the ocean. Your pool turns into a washing machine with wind driven currents bouncing off of the walls of the pool. Anything put into the pool will be agitated like a Maytag. The most productive thing a pool owner can do is to turn off the breaker(s) for the pool equipment. That will ensure that you will decide when to power up the equipment, rather than when electrical service is restored. If your equipment is still wet.....well....water & electricity don't go well together. Be safe.

Don't worry about the rain filling your pool. It's not going to "overflow", it's just going to be full. When the rain subsides the pool level can be safely lowered using your discharge waste line.