1. Pool Cleaners and More

    At Pool Store Xpress, we operate on the principle of convenience to make maintaining your pool a simple, easy part of your home. We know that pool care can sometimes be a expensive and tedious task that is inconvenient at times, and pool cleaning can be one of those things. That is why today we wanted to talk about automatic pool cleaners and a few reasons on why you should consider purchasing on…Read More

  2. 4 Swimming Pool Chemical Myths Debunked

    Pool Store Xpress formerly A Real Pool Store has been serving Port St. Lucie and the Treasure coast area since 1997 and offers exceptional service to every customer. Not only do we hold the lowest prices on all chemicals and swimming pool supplies for your pool or spa, we offer same day delivery and free water analysis to our local customers. Today we're taking a look at pool chemistry - it's comp…Read More

  3. Stylistic Blog 3

    Replace this content with your own content. Content should be relevant, unique and written with the goal of providing the reader the type of information they are looking for while motivating them to take action. It’s also important to make sure your content has good usage of SEO rich keywords but written in a creative, reader friendly way. Remember, your website is your 24/7 sales person. It nev…Read More

  4. Variable Speed Pool Pumps

    By now I am sure that you have heard of the new technology known as Variable Speed Pool Pumps - with a permanent magnet induction motor, they run cool to the touch, and are quieter than standard motors. The best part is - they can save over 75% off your pool pump electrical bill. This can save hundreds of dollars per year. But why all the talk of variable speed pumps? In states such as Arizona, Fl…Read More

  5. Water Chemistry 101

    I found this blog the other day, it basically explains what you should be keeping the your level of chlorine in your pool to keep bacteria and algae out. What I found interesting, experts are just figuring out something that I have been doing for the past 22 years. All these years, the industry has been telling you to keep your chlorine level around 1 to 1.5 ppm (No way, not in South Florida). Now…Read More