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Thread: Newcomer - Tim from Henderson,NV

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    Newcomer - Tim from Henderson,NV

    Hi all,
    I am glad I found TFP, before posting the first msg, I read and read a lot of helpful thread and learned so many things that I've not known before regarding building new pool, pool maintenance, equipment's ,water chemical balance ...etc....
    for sure I will have a lot of questions, however, before I ask for help, I try my best to search for an answer on a thread that has similar topics, avoiding your time being wasted.
    Again, thank TFP and also thank for all posters in this web , have given me a very valuable lessons.
    Cheers!
    Tim

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    Re: Newcomer - Tim from Henderson,NV

    Hello Tim from Henderson. I know the area well. Hope you find the TFP site enjoyable and helpful each and every pool season. Have a good evening.
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    Re: Newcomer - Tim from Henderson,NV

    Welcome to TFP!
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