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    Pool license

    Hello, does anyone know if a license is required to clean residential pools in the state of FL? No paid workers just myself. Thanks for any help on the ?

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    Almost assuredly for commercial pools. I doubt it for residential pools.

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    Get your CPO so you have knowledge of how they operate and how to correctly use chemicals.
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    Re: Pool license

    Commercial, no doubt: http://www.doh.state.fl.us/environment/ ... strike.pdf page 31.

    You might want to check the county health department as well.
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    Re: Pool license

    Quote Originally Posted by ps0303
    Get your CPO so you have knowledge of how they operate and how to correctly use chemicals.

    Welcome to TFP (and you too backfat)!!

    IMHO - the CPO course is B.S. It touches on some key things but is woefully inadequate for actually running and maintaining a pool. I suppose if an operator had never seen a pool before, it'd be more useful but...
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    Re: Pool license

    Does not need a license

    Clean swimming pools.

    http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/pr ... ction.html
    A service technician who only cleans and balances the chemicals does not need to be licensed. However, for commercial pools, they do need to be certified.

    If you want to work on plumbing, replace pumps, electrical etc, then you do need a license.

    If you're operating a business, then you do need a business license.

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    Re: Pool license

    Thanks for all the input, very helpful.

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