Pool Service

Let us do the work, so you can relax.


Proper and routine, pool and spa service, keeps the water balanced and pristine, and your expensive pool and hot tub equipment functioning well. Thanks to recent innovations in equipment and chemicals, maintenance is faster and easier than ever.


Inground and above ground pools are our specialty. We’re here to help you design your new pool from start to finish. Aquarius Pool & Patio offers only the best quality pools and equipment.


Aquarius Pool & Patio offers expert pool SERVICES and REPAIRS. Need a new pool liner, hot tub cover, water pump, spa jets or any other repair on your pool or spa? The service crew at Aquarius Pool & Patio is here to help you.


We have electronic leak detection, which can find even the smallest pin hole leak. The service crew at Aquarius Pool & Patio is here to help you. We offer years of experience and expert advice.

Pool and Spa Water Analysis

Aquarius Pool & Patio offers a state-of-the-art laboratory for pool and spa water testing. Our staff attends several seminars each year to stay up-to-date with the latest changes in technology for pool and spa water chemistry.

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Common Questions

What is the difference between a fiberglass pool and a liner pool?

Fiberglass pools are shipped as a molded preformed “tub.” Imagine a really big bathtub that gets buried in your backyard. The benefit of fiberglass pools is that they are not susceptible to liner tears or abrasions and therefore can be slightly less costly to own in the long term. The downside of fiberglass pools is a general lack of customization and cost.

What is the difference between a salt water pool and a chlorine pool?

Well right now chlorine is a nightmare to source and thus prices are elevated. This has turbo-charged the already growing popularity of salt water pools. Salt water pools are typically easier to maintain, however chlorine was in the past more cost effective. That however has changed in the past few years. A common misconception of salt water pools is that you don’t have any chlorine in your water anymore. That is actually false. Even though you have a “salt water pool,” you still have chlorine in your water. The difference is the method of getting to the chlorine.


We recommend changing the sand every 3 years, as well as, chemical cleaning your filter twice a season.