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Preserve your pool and protect community waterways and wildlife
Hot summer days are right around the corner, and the pool is calling your name. Although you may be ready to grab a float and jump in, you should first check the condition of your pool for holes in the liner, missing tiles, or other problems that might require the pool to be drained.
If you need to drain your pool for repairs, follow these steps:
For more information on how to properly drain your swimming pool, please download this informational brochure and then contact Kim Porter - Water Quality Inspector at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805) 227-7239.