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Coronavirus: How We Are Keeping You Safe

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Coronavirus: How We Are Keeping You Safe

Gardner is doing everything possible to keep our employees and clients safe. Watch our COVID-19 Protocol Video to learn more about the precautions we are taking: Here’s how we are keeping our employees and clients safe: Carefully monitoring the health of our crews Deep cleaning equipment and vehicles on a daily basis Wearing appropriate Personal […]

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YOU CAN’T FIGHT MOTHER NATURE

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YOU CAN’T FIGHT MOTHER NATURE

Luxenberg Pool Before Remodel In 2018, Don Gentili of Gentili Custom Pools was contracted by Dr. Mathew Luxenberg, a Plastic Surgeon residing in Huntington Beach, CA, to remodel his existing pool increasing the size and depth. Not so bad, knock out a few walls, lower the floor thats Dons bread and butter. Afterall, Dons been […]

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What is a Mechanics Lien and What Does It Mean To Me?

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What is a Mechanics Lien and What Does It Mean To Me?

If you have contractors and subcontractors doing work on your property, you may find yourself dealing with a mechanics lien. Also known as a “property lien” or a “construction lien,” a mechanics lien is a legal claim made against your property which seeks to compensate individuals for their work and materials supplied for your project.  […]

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Incorporating Waterline Glass Tile into Your Pool Remodel

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Incorporating Waterline Glass Tile into Your Pool Remodel

One of the most elegant and in-demand design touches for today’s modern swimming pool is glass tiles instead of porcelain. While more expensive, glass tile can turn a humdrum pool into a designer’s showpiece. While you could tile an entire pool or spa with glass tile, that will typically, blow the budget out of the […]

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Understanding the Three Types of Pool Filters

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Understanding the Three Types of Pool Filters

When it comes to filtering your pool water, there are three options currently available — Diatomaceous Earth (DE), cartridge and sand. While having a choice is always nice, deciding between these three pool filter options can be difficult for any pool owner, whether they’re just building a pool, remodeling an existing one or replacing equipment. […]

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How Can a Pool Remodel affect your Pool Lighting?

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How Can a Pool Remodel affect your Pool Lighting?

At the end of a pool remodel, pool owners expect their pool to perform better than ever. One area which may be negatively impacted by a pool remodel, however, is your pool lighting. Pool lighting has become standard for today’s pools, as they are an integral part of a pool’s design and operation. But before […]

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What Causes Rust Stains in Pools and How Can They Be Remedied?

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What Causes Rust Stains in Pools and How Can They Be Remedied?

Over time, pool owners may encounter a number of curiously colored stains on the surface of their pool. Some of the most commonly colored stains they’ll notice are dark red and rusty brown, which while alarming at first, may not necessarily indicate that something is seriously wrong with your pool. But how do you know […]

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What is Pool Mottling and Can It Be Fixed?

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What is Pool Mottling and Can It Be Fixed?

Pool mottling, the variations in the color of cement or pool plaster, is a common concern among pool owners and pool remodelers alike. Ranging from unnoticeable to severe, the mottling of pool finishes like quartz and plaster, as well as cement decks, is unpredictable and can happen to any pool. While pool mottling may sound […]

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What is Rebound and How Can It Be Repaired?

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What is Rebound and How Can It Be Repaired?

One of the surprise issues that can arise when remodeling a pool is rebound. Rebound is not something that can typically be seen until after the pool finish has been chipped away in preparation for a new finish, therefore, it is a surprise additional cost for the pool owner. Rebound must be remedied prior to […]

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Top 5 Pool Renovations of 2019

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Top 5 Pool Renovations of 2019

You know the phrase, “Nothing lasts forever?” Well, while the actual pool itself may last for a very long time, the components don’t. After 10 years or so, for example, a pool plaster finish will begin to visibly show wear and tear. Remember that from the moment a pool is filled with water and chemicals […]

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