Maintenance Safety Equipment

Everything you need to keep your pool in top shape

Routine pool maintenance helps keep your pool looking clean and inviting all day, everyday. Having the right collection of pool maintenance products and accessories by your side helps cut pool maintenance chores down, leaving you more time to enjoy the pool instead of working on it. The expertise of Village Spa Pools will help you select the brushes, poles, hand skimmers, thermometers, leaf rakes and traps to keep your pool sparkling and ready to use.​

These are some of the items we offer that will help you keep your pool sparkling and safe.​

  • Brushes and Scrubbers
  • DPD & Bromine Test Kits
  • Flexible Pool Vacuums Pentair 
  • Floating Chemical Dispensers
  • Floats, Float Rope, and Safety Hook
  • Hand Skimmers and Leaf Rakes
  • Leaf Traps/Leaf Eaters
  • Maintenance Kits
  • MiniVac®/Vac-Mate®
  • Pole Accessories
  • Poles
  • Pool & Spa Signs
  • ProVac®
  • ProVac® II Flexible Commercial Vacuum
  • Rainbow Skimmer Weirs
  • Rapid Test Strips and Digital Salt Tester
  • Replacement Baskets for Skimmers and Pump
  • SVRS Test Mat Kit
  • Test Kits
  • Test Reagents
  • Thermometers
  • Vinyl Liner Pool Vacuums
  • Water Hardness/Specialty Test Kits


Problems with your pool? We can fix it. Quality and affordable service is just a click away.
We can help with your pool needs

Learn More About Your Options

Gas Pool Heaters

  • Have been around the pool industry for over 60 years
  • Come in many shapes and sizes
  • Typically heat water faster than other types of heaters
  • New energy efficient brands utilize closed combustion chambers to reduce pollution and exhaust

Heat Pumps

  • Use electricity to capture heat and move it from one place to another
  • Designed to maintain consistent water temperature
  • Slower than gas heaters, but more energy efficient
  • Can also be used to chill your swimming pool

Electric Heaters

  • Commonly used in small bodies of water, such as spas or small pools
  • Utilize multiple heating elements
  • Smaller than most, can fit into places with tight space restrictions
  • Less energy efficient and not as fast as gas heaters