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Best Pool Store: Gregg’s Pool Works

Village Life photo by Noel Stack
Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Summer fun starts with a splash for many El Dorado Hills families and when it’s time to shine up the pool and fill it with floaties, customers know they can get exactly what they need from Gregg’s Pool Works.

The shop has everything from sport-tubes usable on water and in the snow to reusable pool diapers, plus pool toys and games as well as Green Mountain pellet smoker grills. And if the water turns a little green, bring in a sample and the friendly, knowledgeable staff will find the right chemical combination to get the water sparkling again.

To ensure a beautiful every day, take advantage of Gregg’s Pool Works’ weekly services. Experts will maintain your pool and can also make repairs should that old pump finally give out.

Owners Vicke Christiansen and Gregg Sample credit their staff for the business’ success.

“We have the best team and they really care about our customers,” Christiansen said, “and our customers can tell that they care.”

Don’t have a pool? Gregg’s Pool Works can help you out by building your own backyard watery oasis.

Gregg’s Pool Works is located at 4380 Town Center Blvd. in El Dorado Hills. For more information call (916) 933-7799 or visit greggspoolworks.com.

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