From Gary W. Hohne, President & CEO-
We want you to know Hohne Pools takes health and safety very seriously. It’s more important than ever to know our policy. We will never send a technician to your home that we know to be sick. We will always send another professional instead. Our technicians are well-trained and knowledgeable about your project. They know exactly what to do. There is no need to speak with them. Of course, you’re always welcome to speak to any supervisor or manager. We respect social distancing. You should and can always expect healthy, skilled workers that are ready for the job.
When it comes to healthy swimming and maintaining pools we are the experts. All aspects of health and safety are considered at the highest level of importance for our staff and for you our customers. When visiting your home for pool equipment and maintenance service, at no cost to you, we inspect the following items:
- Plumbing: main drains covers, manifolds and valves
- Equipment: filter pressure, tank clamps, sanitizer and heater operation
- Decks: cracks and tripping hazards
- Accessories: Ladders, rails and slides: tight to the deck
- Water Chemistry: Total Alkalinity, pH, Calcium Hardness and Stabilizer
IF THE POOL IS NOT APPROVED FOR DIVING YOU SHOULD NOT INSTALL OR USE A DIVING BOARD OR JUMP BOARD. DO NOT DIVE IN ANY UNAPPROVED POOL. IF POOL IS APPROVED FOR DIVING EXERCISE CAUTION BY ALWAYS DIVING IN THE CENTER OF THE DEEP END OF THE POOL! ANY POOL NOT MEETING APSP OR PHTA MINIMUM STANDARDS WITH AN EXISTING DIVING BOARD SHOULD HAVE BOARD REMOVED.
If any drain cover becomes loose, broken or missing close the pool immediately and contact an industry professional to make the necessary repairs. All drain covers come with expiration dates embedded in to the cover, and It is your responsibility to change the drain covers after they expire. If you have any questions, contact a swimming pool professional.
We appreciate and thank you for your very valued business!
From the CDC-
“There is no evidence that the virus that causes COVID-19 can be spread to people through the water in pools, hot tubs, spas, or water play areas,” the CDC said on its website. “Proper operation and maintenance (including disinfection with chlorine and bromine) of these facilities should inactivate the virus in the water.”