Canadian Winters are hard on our outdoor pools! LIV North Aquatics is already preparing for spring by ramping up our inventory to get ahead of the current supply chain delays, staffing and customer’s requirements.

“Spring is really not that far away despite the current weather”, shares Phil Knight, Recreation and Seasonal Operations Manager for LIV North Inc. “When you consider there is a 8 week lead time for things like Pool Heaters and the current strain on staffing; our team has already begun onboarding our operations support and pool staff.” Knight remains optimistic despite obstacles, “The focus for 2022 is to ensure all our customers are properly serviced and ready for a full summer of real water fun, for the first time in two years.”

Spring for LIV North Aquatics represents:

  • Start of our 100 point pre-opening inspections of your outdoor pools 
  • Confirmation of staffing requirements
  • Begin the  necessary repairs, renovations and upgrades required for the summer season
  • Initiation of hands-on training for our seasonal staff 
  • Confirming opening schedules to ensure all pools are ready for your building’s residents

“As part of North America’s largest aquatic service and management company, LIV North Aquatics is ramping up some exciting new options for your condominium board or building management to review” shares Lisa LaBerge, Sales Manager for LIV North Aquatics. She has already been in touch with many new and current customers to ensure we are ready for scheduled preseason renovations and updated seasonal plans. 

With only 40 days to Spring, now is the time to contact us about your summer season plans and how we can assist with our full range of seasonal pool plans such as:

LIV North Aquatics, as part of American Pool Enterprises, open and service more pools than any other company with the highest retention rate. Our experience will make the difference for your Seasonal Amenities.

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