Pool Opening
Pool Cleaning
Pool Closing
Underground Leak detection and repair
System Related Leak detection and repair
Heater service and repair
Pump & filter repair & replacement
Surface acid washing
Chemical Analysis
New Equipment installation
Pre-Home Purchase Pool Inspections

Serviced Areas

  • Cincinnati Metro Area, including Southeast Indiana, and Northern Kentucky.

Payment Options

  • American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Checks, VISA

Contact Details

  Person Jonathan Rossi
  City Cincinnati, OH
  Zip Code 45211
  Phone Number (513) 252-6786

Business Representative

Jonathan Rossi


  • I would recommend this business

These guys are great. They called ahead of time to verify the appointment time. They showed me how to save money on my pool and were great when it came to my questions. I would recommend them to everyone with a pool.

Value for money
Service & support
Overall ratingExcellent

  • I would recommend this business
  • Trustworthy
  • None

Johnathan has been opening and closing our pool for years. I trust them to do a first class job and have never been disappointed. Their prices are fair and you can trust the advice they offer.

Value for moneyI have never felt overcharged.
Service & supportAlways on time.
QualityFirst class.
Overall ratingExcellent

From Our Website

Personal attention, and reliable service are the foundation of our business. We value our customers and seek to establish a long term relationship of service. We provide swimming pool maintenance, repairs, and cleaning throughout the Cincinnati, Ohio Tri-State area, including Southeast Indiana and Northern Kentucky. I though my pump was broke, they were honest and showed me the broken part and replaced it. You don't get that these days with with everyone trying to rip you off!

Ohio Kentucky Indiana ---In-Ground Pools Only--- Week of. Date of. Morning 8am-12noon Afternoon 12noon-4pm No preference Remove summer hardware, rails, ladders, etc Remove automatic pool cleaner (ie: polaris, etc) Net & vacuum pool. Remove debris. Lower water level-Contact us if you are unsure.

4 Visually check your pool's pressure gauge located on the filter. It should read zero when the pump and filter are off. If the pressure gauge "sticks" or reads anything other than zero with the pump off, replace the pressure gauge. 5 Fill the pump with water, place the lid on, and set the pool's filtration system to "filter" position. Ensure that the pool suction and return valves are open. Turn the pump on. 6 Once the pump has reached full prime and is operating fully check your filter's pressure gauge once more.