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Hiring a Pool Professional: verify a license

4 comments on “Hiring a Pool Professional: verify a license

  1. FRANK KAMINSKI on said:



  2. Charis Tyson on said:

    The state issues licenses to pool builders. Please visit http://www.myfloridalicense.com and use their Verify a License link to check on these companies. If you need help call us at 800-548-6774.

  3. C. Van Morrow on said:

    What should I expect from a contractor in resurfacing the fiberglass material in my pool. Up north something like this would take about 7 work days – I’m being told 15 days no weather breaks because the workers can’t work more than 2-3 hrs a day. Is this a Florida thing?

  4. Charis Tyson on said:

    I would suggest contacting three companies to get quotes and proposals including timelines. This may give you a better idea of what the timeframes of your local pool companies look like this time of year.

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