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I would not have Mark Lacher as your sale man he does not tell you the truth. Then if you have questions that you need to show him he won't come back to your house to fix it. He tell you that he did everything correctly. I am disappoint in this company on how they treat the customers. As soon as the... more
Patti did a great job coordinate and uderstanding our needs. She was easy to work with a dependable
A wonderful experience from the beginning to the end. Now I'm left with a gorgeous pool which is a dream come true!
The pool itself is very nice but there were numerous issues along the way. Our pool heater was stolen over the course of the project and while not certain, I can't help but wonder if it was a crew member who took it (who else would steal a pool heater of all things). Additionally, the project was co... more
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