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Nearly time for a pool cover

By Wednesday, 17 September 2014 12:10 0

FRANK and Dianne at the 1 Stop Pool Shop in the Longos courtyard hope you and your guests enjoyed a great summer in your pool.

They are constantly introducing new products to combat the problem water in the area. Now that the season is drawing to a close, it is a good idea to be thinking about a good quality winter cover, which takes approximately three weeks to make.

They have a dedicated team of maintenance and repair professionals to undertake minor or major repairs to your pool, from a leaking pipe to a full rebuild

In the shop they are continuing their monthly special offers. This month 2x5kg tubs of chlorine for €35 and prices are very low across the range. Remember they also have a big range of spares for your repairs.

1 Stop Pool Shop

Opening hours: 9:30am until 2pm Mon to Sat

Call: 950 104 345 during opening hours.

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