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    cbosterhus

    Hey everyone! After some years ('98-'06) with a 12K gal 24' above ground in KY, and one season (2010) with an in-ground in VA, I got back in the pool care business this past June when we purchased our current home. This is the first time I'm using a SWG; the previous owners used Mineral Springs, so that's what we did this season, plus we opened in June (I can hear the collective groan ). I am glad to find so much discussion here about how to save $ going forward by avoiding the huge brand-name markups, so that's what I hope to do beginning with this year's closing. The resources here are excellent! Thanks, all.

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    Re: cbosterhus

    Hey! Put your pool info in a signature line. It will help us in the future.

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    Re: cbosterhus

    Quote Originally Posted by cbosterhus View Post
    Hey everyone! After some years ('98-'06) with a 12K gal 24' above ground in KY, and one season (2010) with an in-ground in VA, I got back in the pool care business this past June when we purchased our current home. This is the first time I'm using a SWG; the previous owners used Mineral Springs, so that's what we did this season, plus we opened in June (I can hear the collective groan ). I am glad to find so much discussion here about how to save $ going forward by avoiding the huge brand-name markups, so that's what I hope to do beginning with this year's closing. The resources here are excellent! Thanks, all.
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    Re: cbosterhus

    OK, here's my signature:
    Last edited by cbosterhus; 10-30-2015 at 10:19 AM. Reason: made changes to signature
    IG 26k gal, vinyl liner, Hayward S220T sand filter, Hayward SP2607X10 pump with Century UST1102 motor (single speed)
    Goldline AquaRite swg with Tcell-9
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    located in Central Virginia

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    Welcome!
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