Tracy Bond, owner of Great Valley Pool Service in Frazer, Pennsylvania, pragmatically shares the benefits and drawbacks of paying per job and paying per hour, explaining that, while paying per job seems to create more incentive for techs to maximize their time, hourly pay tends to produce better-quality work. 
Earlier this year, the pool service industry saw has seen widespread cost increases for things like chemicals, labor and, especially,  gas for service vehicles. These increases have strained operating expenses for many in the business. 
As we move toward something resembling normality, we are honored to share a few of the many stories of people in the pool industry who are still rebuilding the lives they almost lost, or coping with the absence of loved ones that they did lose. 
Water quality doesn’t always get the attention it deserves, considering its truly the difference between a safe swimming experience or...
Wildfires in December. Hurricanes in November. Freezes in Texas. Drought in California. Record-breaking heat in the Pacific Northwest. These are...
Arizona Pool Water Recycling A division of Ward’s Pool Service and Supply, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona Since 2002, Ward’s has been...

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