One stop shop for pool supplies this summer

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With summer just around the corner, have you thought about bringing your pool out of hibernation?
Then look no further, as the family owned and operated Counties Pool and Spa Supplies is a one stop shop for all your aquatic needs this season.

Scott and Donna Rowe are the husband and wife team at the Pukekohe based business.

With over 25 years of experience in the industry, the team offer pool maintenance right through to ordering parts and pool supplies.

The store, which is located very conveniently opposite The Warehouse on Manukau Road, offer onsite repair service and full workshop facilities for both spa and swimming pool equipment, plumbing, and Electrical.

“We can also supply and install all filtration equipment, chlorinators and automatic pool cleaners.”
“From a brush to a state of the art cleaner, we have everything here that meets all budgets. If we don’t have it, we can get it through our network of suppliers to ensure our clients have their needs met. Just last week we sourced clips for a client’s spa pool. We welcome all queries, big or small,” said Donna.

“There is a perception that just in-ground pools needs servicing, but we also look after your Intex pools. If you are not sure on what to use to treat them, we are able to test your pool water in store and advise you on correct water balance and treatment.

They need to be looked after regularly to ensure that can be use all season long.”

Any questions? No problem, stop in and see the team at 4/127 Manukau Road, Pukekohe or give Donna a call on 09 238 6410.

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