Swimming pools clean

Pool Management, Inc. has over 20 successful years in the pool industry. We have have been providing City’s, Country Clubs, Communities and Home Owner Associations with America’s finest Lifeguards, Aquatics Directors, Swim and water instructors. We assemble a team for your facility based on your criteria. We also have pool construction division that has been building new pools and renovating existing pools for over 20 years. Whether it be Pool or Deck resurfacing, new shade structure installation, Salt System conversions, or pump room repair and design, Pool Management, Inc. has the resources and experience for all your facility’s needs.

PMI is committed to providing the highest level of service and we want to be more than just your “pool company”. We have discovered that most of our communities and facilities have a growing need for pool related programs and activities. We feel certain that our additional programs will add excitement to your community and build long lasting relationships between your community and our staff.

At PMI we use multiple social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to actively market your facility. We will create a web site specific for your facility with photographs and video to better market to your community.

Swimming is a popular low-impact activity that is a great way to stay active and maintain good health and fitness. Swimmers should be aware that while pool managers treat and maintain water quality in swimming pools to keep swimming pools clean, there are simple things we can all do to help keep the pool clean. With good hygiene and healthy swimming practices, you can help prevent contamination and swimming pool related illnesses & Aquatic Management companies.

Keep germs out of pool water

We all have germs on our bodies which can wash off and contaminate the pool water. We are more likely to carry germs that can make others sick when we are not feeling well.

For example, if you have a stomach upset and diarrhoea, there are thousands of germs in your faeces (poo) and traces on your bottom. These germs wash off and contaminate the pool when you go swimming & Swimming Pool staffing.

To keep germs out of the pool, you must not go swimming when you have diarrhoea. If you have been diagnosed with an infection called cryptosporidiosis (crypto), then you must not swim for 14 days after the diarrhoea stops. If you have diarrhoea and are unsure of the cause, do not swim for 14 days after the diarrhoea stops.

PMI is a professional full service Pool Management Group that provides staffing solutions for Aquatic Management companies, water parks, community pools and city pools. We manage facilities in multiple states and can provide you with multiple solutions for your facility.


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