Get Answers to Your Questions

Do you have questions about building, maintaining or just owning a pool? We’ve assembled some frequently asked questions to help you know what to expect. As always, feel free to call Treat’s Pools & Spas at 860-848-1268.

First, our staff will work with you to finalize the design, add-on options, decking and other such details. Once all details are finalized, we will begin by grading the site and forming it into the necessary shape. We’ll then proceed with wall construction, plumbing, bottom formation and liner installation. Although the construction process may be unsightly, the final result will be the envy of your neighborhood.

Certainly! Our staff will help you select the right size, shape and overall layout of the best pool for the area you have to work with. We understand that each home is different and each homeowner’s tastes and styles are different. We will help you with all of the details, including any add-on options, such as covers, cleaners, etc. that you want to include.

Yes, we work with Wells Fargo to provide retail financing of above-ground pools, spas, saunas, liner replacements and larger retail purchases. You can apply for credit and with approved credit buy now and pay over time.

We build relationships. Just because we’ve completed your pool does not mean that our relationship ends. We will be with you to help service and maintain your pool long after it’s finished. The level of involvement we have in maintaining your pool is up to you. We have pool opening and closing services and offer FREE computerized water analysis year-round to help you keep your pool in peak condition throughout the year.

We use only the best parts and equipment available in the industry. When speaking with our staff, you can learn more specifically about the brands that we sell.

We have been in business since 1964. Most of our business is from referrals and there is no better way to become comfortable with our quality standards and customer service than to speak directly with our existing customers. You may also call the local Better Business Bureau and confirm that our company is in good standing with them. You can also check with other local professional organizations, as well as your building department, to research our reputation and workmanship.