Fun in the sun: Aquafun experts bring your pool dreams to life

Aquafun Family Pools & Spas has been operating in the Cowichan Valley for over 25 years

Have you been dreaming of a luxurious backyard pool or maybe a wonderful spa to relax in after a long day at work? Believe it or not, those don’t have to just be dreams.

When it comes to adding a pool or spa to your property, the key is to work with a company that knows pools and spas like the back of their hand; in the Cowichan Valley, that company is Aquafun.

Aquafun Family Pools & Spas has been operating in the Cowichan Valley for over 25 years, and many of their staff have been with the company since the beginning. While they have stayed ahead of the curve in new products, services and technologies, one thing has remained the same: their incredible customer service.

How do they offer such great service? Well, to put it simply, they know everything there is to know about pools and spas. Aquafun’s staff have an impressive knowledge base and plenty of experience. They are Bioguard trained in water chemistry, have a licensed diver on staff to find and repair leaks, and they really get you thinking about things that might not come to mind when you think of adding a pool or spa to your property.

A few things that Aquafun recommends you consider when adding a pool for instance, are how and when to winterize a pool and where to place it so that it gets the most sunlight at the right time of day, and just enough of that ocean breeze. It’s also important to hire a company that has expertise in building the pool of your dreams. Aquafun’s pool builder has been building pools for over 40 years and has a comprehensive knowledge of choosing the perfect spot, building and installation.

On top of building pools and selling top brand spas, such as Coast Spas, Aquafun also offers additional services such as decking. The experienced staff knows what it takes to create an amazing outdoor oasis, and as manager Jan Christie said, “People can come with their ideas, and we can build them their dream.”

Having had much success over the years, Aquafun finds it important to give back to the community that has supported them. They are huge fans of the community that they operate in and love to help everyone they can, from teams to schools and people that walk into the store every day.

If you’re thinking about adding a pool or spa to your outdoor living space, it’s important to work with a company that knows what they are doing. Aquafun’s experienced and knowledgeable staff certainly know what they are doing and they can bring your backyard dreams to life.

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