At CircuPool, we put your satisfaction first:
User reviews Why Pool Owners Choose CircuPool
Paid for itself in the first year
I bought a Rj45 circupool chlorinator in 2008. It paid for itself in the first year with what I was paying for chemicals with Baquacil the prior year. I am replacing my system this year with a RJ45 plus. I wouldn't consider any other company considering the technical help and the no hastle warranty. Great company to deal with.
First summer without pool problems
I just wanted to let you know that the Circupool system that I ordered back in April has been working really well over the summer. This was the first summer since we bought the house 2 years ago that we've had no problems keeping our pool well chlorinated and clear, it's been great! I can close the pool next week knowing that the water is as well balanced as it can be. Many thanks.
Should have done it years ago
I received the saltwater pool chlorinator on Tuesday, installed it on Wednesday, started it up on Thursday and swam on Friday in the cleanest clearest softest water ever in my pool. Thanks for your help in making this a very pleasant experience. Should have done this several years ago. Ernie
Haven't had to touch anything
This system has been in place for two months and I haven't had to touch anything...nothing... zero.... The circupool RJ60 is better than anything I expected ....... Thank You...
We feel we got a great price on the salt system we purchased. My husband had a question about the install and called customer support, he was very impressed with how fast they answered his call. Also with the friendly service he received. The salt system so far is running great. Thanks
This is an excellent company and service, the products offered are by far the least expensive of the other suppliers. This company always have the answers to my questions when they arise with the operation and troubleshooting of my equipment. Jason on the tech department is always very personable and willing to help and go through the troubleshooting steps to find and alleviate the problem...great job guys, great job
Looking for more CircuPool Reviews? Read this first.
“Forums and blogs can be a favorite podium for marketers posing as consumers or experts seeking to not only tout their favorite products but to unfairly disparage others. Even well-intentioned bloggers…”
As seen on ezinearticles.com
It’s always wise to do your homework when making any purchase and checking the reviews should be part of the process. Keep in mind however, that the participants in blog conversations may have their own agenda.
Forums and blogs can be a favorite podium for marketers posing as consumers or experts seeking to not only tout their favorite products but to unfairly disparage others. Even well-intentioned bloggers can find it difficult to be unbiased about products or services that have made their business more difficult. As in other industries, many local pool service people would like to return to the pre-internet days when everyone depended on them to supply their equipment. Web shopping has driven down the cost of many items and things that once commanded a 100% markup now only bring 10%. The world has changed and it’s not pleasant for everyone. Try to sort out the reviews that are genuine assessments based on actual experience from the rest of the noise.
Most importantly, check out any web-vendor before using them for the first time. It’s not difficult to see how long they have been in business and get a feel for how they have conducted themselves in the past. Generally speaking, reputable vendors will have websites that provide their legal company name and physical address. Be wary of companies that only list a P.O. Box or operate out of an “executive suite.’ Almost all states have website tools under “Secretary of State’ that will allow you to look up the filing history of businesses operating there. You can even see the names of the owners or legal agents. Although not perfect, the Better Business Bureau is a good way to examine how well a company avoids complaints. This is not the same as pleasing people but it’s difficult for a bad vendor with crummy products to maintain a good BBB rating. Lastly, an old-fashioned phone call will tell you some things about a company and calling them before the online purchase is a great idea. How well do they answer the phone? Do they seem familiar with their products? Ask them why you should buy from them and see if they convince you. Best of all; ask them who will help you and how if you are not satisfied.
Internet commerce has become a major component of our economy and a boon for buyers and sellers alike. Keep your eyes open, do your homework, consider all the information. If you do these things, your experience will most likely be a good one!