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Just starting out-any advice would be great

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My husband and I are in our infancy of getting a pool cleaning business up and running. We live in Central Florida where I'd say 85-90 percent of the pools are screen enclosed. What is a decent mid range pool vacuum for us to use? We don't want to spend a ton of money til we see how we do. Also any advice or suggestions are welcomed. Thank you!

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Comment by Tal Millican on January 14, 2017 at 8:56am

Please either call me: 1.888.929.7818 or email me: pwlshrk757@msn.com. It's been awhile since I've visited this site and I see your 'advice' request was a few months back, but I've got lots of information and minefield-avoidance advice for you! YOU DEFINITELY NEED TO ATTEND THE UPCOMING FLORIDA POOL AND SPA SHOW IN FEBRUARY.

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Tal Millican, President

Pwlshrk, Inc / Multi-Tork Pool Tools

Tampa FL

www.multi-tork.com

Comment by Ken Scott on November 30, 2016 at 6:22pm

hammerhead or pool vac

use a finer mesh bag (ultra or volcano) on screened pools...i prefer the hammerhead bags they can be used on both devices 

one word of advice do not race to the bottom with crazy offers of "premium service" for 59.99 a month

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