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Comment by Charles Allen on August 31, 2011 at 7:53am

Any good contractors in the Tallahassee Florida area?


Dont know the nature of the work but the company pays their bills and i have a guy asking me to recommend


Any Takers?

Comment by Charles Allen on April 7, 2011 at 8:40am

who was it i spoke to on the phone about a month or two ago regarding installation of collector tanks at multiple apartment complexes in the Orlando area?  I cant seem to find your number or your contac info and dont see the old thread we had going?

Call me - 800-736-8465 - time to bid



Comment by Charles Allen on February 10, 2011 at 6:26am

Opportunity in Orlando Florida Area (02-10-11)

  • Conversion from direct suction to collector tank system
  • Multiple pools, multiple properties
  • Company pays bills well
  • Must be licensed in state of Florida

If you want to throw your hat in the ring, let me know ASAP.  I can set it up for you to get in the mix.  Let me know if you want a shot.



Comment by Charles Allen on January 31, 2011 at 11:40am
Thanks Todd - i will lob the next opportunity into the Sub Hub group when it arises.  Hope y'all have a good season up there this summer.
Comment by Todd Shady Captain Chaos on January 31, 2011 at 11:13am

Hi Charles.

We have locations in Vestal,N.Y.(about an hour south of Syracuse) and Oneonta,N.Y(about an hr west of Albany)As far as doing work in Albany it would depend on the scope.I like the big stuff.Structural alterations,Stainless gutters and pump house replacements. I do know some smaller operations in that area who do residential and small commercial work in that area.profanity filter removed this wordGarity is closer to Utica but may travel and is a good egg.Imperial and Baystate have distribution there and could also be helpful in suggesting someone depending on the scope.

Comment by Charles Allen on January 28, 2011 at 12:46pm

Cool - thanks.  What part of New York?  My wife is from Rochester.  Pittsford actually.  On the job in Philly, I understand the dilemma in hooking up with reputable subs for various components.  Hoping to get someone actually in Philly on the PGN for that very reason

Is Vincent Pools a member of the PGN Family? 

Incidentally, we do have a good, loyal customer who used to be in our area that has now moved to NY - Albany NY.  He still buys pool chemicals from us because he has grown to love our products (we actually manufacture specialty pool chemicals as well as do renovation and repairs - in case you were wondering).  Are you far from Albany?  Because he has asked us if we knew anyone up there for repairs?

Comment by Todd Shady Captain Chaos on January 28, 2011 at 12:35pm

Not sure if they're in the PGNM but I met a guy out of King of Prussia that seemed pretty knowledgable. Vincent Pools is a long time contractor from Scranton PA.

Other than that I dont know.

We do total renovations but I would only like to travel for the membrane parts.Takes to long to set up reliable network to undertake large scale projects.We are in New York State

Comment by Charles Allen on January 28, 2011 at 12:24pm

Hi Todd

Thanks for the response.  This guy needs one company to manage the entire project, unfortunately, so, I dont think he is going to go for the "piece meal" approach?  You know any PGN family memeber in Philly that do complete renovations?


Comment by Todd Shady Captain Chaos on January 28, 2011 at 12:01pm
Will travel to install PVC membrane
Comment by Charles Allen on January 25, 2011 at 6:46am

Reputable Pool Renovation Company Needed for Quote on Job in Philly


Respond ASAP if you fit the bill.


We have strong relationships in our market and our customer base frequently wants us to do renovation work in different states when they get transferred.  Sometimes, the logistics make it impractical for us to do the work however, our customers, who trust us and have known us for 27 years, want us to recommend someone we could "vouch for" that is in our industry in the particular state our customer has been transferred to.

Where should we post these kinds of opportunities - not sure if this is the right group or not?  I want to give a PGN family member a nice renovation job - but, our reputation is on the line so they must be reputable


I have a good long term customer who has recently taken over responsibility for properties in Philladelphia.   


 This is the Scope of Work - Apartment Comlex Pool in Philly - Company does pay their bills:

  • Re-plumb all skimmer lines and install new skimmer buckets- pool deck and coping to be removed and replaced by others
  • Pressure test new skimmer and main drain lines prior to back fill of pool deck
  • Re-plumb main drain(s) to side wall with code compliant covers per VGB Act, abandon and patch old drains on bottom of pool.  Install VGB compliant covers on the skimmer EQ lines
  • Inspect existing pump room and recommendations and pricing
  • Plumb water fill line for pool to return line in pump room
  • Remove and replace all waterline tiles (including tile in skimmer throats) Replace depth marker tile and “No Diving” tiles per code- install new 6”x 6” frost proof  tile and grout 
  • Install new deck tile depth markers and “No Diving” tiles in coping per code
  • Replace all edge marker (step trim tile) on benches and stairs per code.
  • Install VGB Act compliant covers on the skimmer EQ lines
  • Resurface pool- prep, bond coat and plaster entire surface of pool, fountain and wading area/spa
  • Tap sound check for hollow plaster (delamination) areas and repair as required
  • Provide optional price for health department approved Diamond Brite or Color Quartz finish
  • Inspect pool light function and provide pricing for repair parts or complete fixture replacement
  • Provide pricing for ladder/handrail anchor replacements if applicable
  • Provide and install start up chemicals and maintenance
  • Pool contractor responsible for pool renovation permit
  • Pool contractor will dispose of debris off site in a lawful manner

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