Upcoming Events

Gohlke Pools offers pool classes covering a number of topic regarding health, safety, maintenance, prevention, and more. Please click on the months listed below to see the numerous classes Gohlke Pools offers pool enthusiasts.

 

Saturday, March 28th at 10am - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Wednesday, April 8th at 6:30pm - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday, April 11th at 10am - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Tuesday, April 14th at 6:30pm - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Saturday, April 18th at 10am - Interested in a New Pool?

This seminar is designed for those who might be interested in a new pool, but are not quite ready to have a designer come to their house.  Attendees will hear about different options that are available, and will get to see photos of completed pools as well as pools during the design and construction phase. 
Length of seminar—approximately one hour.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday, April 18th at 12pm - Renovating Your Swimming Pool

This seminar is designed to inform you of what renovation options are available that will allow you to update your swimming pool.  Want to hear about different coping options, plaster options, deck materials that are available?  How about adding an outdoor fireplace/firepit, outdoor kitchen, or arbor?  If this interests you, then this seminar is for you.  Length of seminar—approximately one hour.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday, April 25th at 10am - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Saturday & Sunday, May 2nd & 3rd at 8am-4pm - CPO Class

CPO certification courses are designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations including pool and spa chemistry, testing, treatment, filtration, maintenance, automatic feeding equipment, and government requirements. The CPO certification program, by the National Swimming Pool Foundation, has delivered more training than any other program in the pool and spa industry since 1972. It is widely accepted by local and state authorities, health departments, and is primarily taken by commercial pool operators—hotels, apartments, municipal pools, etc.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday, May 6th at 10am - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Thursday, May 14th at 6:30pm - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Wednesday, May 20th at 6:30pm - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday, May 23rd at 10:00am - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Saturday, June 6th at 10am - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Wednesday, June 10th at 6:30pm - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Saturday & Sunday, June 13th & 14th at 8am-4pm - CPO Class

CPO certification courses are designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations including pool and spa chemistry, testing, treatment, filtration, maintenance, automatic feeding equipment, and government requirements. The CPO certification program, by the National Swimming Pool Foundation, has delivered more training than any other program in the pool and spa industry since 1972. It is widely accepted by local and state authorities, health departments, and is primarily taken by commercial pool operators—hotels, apartments, municipal pools, etc.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday, June 20th at 10:00am - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Wednesday, June 24th at 6:30pm - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Wednesday, July 8th at 6:30pm - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Saturday, July 11th at 10am - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Thursday, July 16th at 6:30pm - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday, July 18th at 10:00am - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Wednesday, August 5th at 6:30pm - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Saturday, August 15th at 10:00am - Basic Polaris Pool Cleaner Repairs

Having Polaris Pool Cleaner problems and want to learn how to make repairs to it? This one hour class will help you solve the common Polaris problems such as:

  • not cleaning the entire pool
  • hanging up on steps or benches
  • sweep hose spraying your windows
  • sweep hose being sucked into the vacuum tube
  • running sluggish—less power than normal
  • hose gets tangled
  • staying suspended in the pool and not making contact with the bottom of the pool.

This class will teach you how to solve these Polaris problems plus others. Feel free to bring your Polaris cleaner with you to this class.

Monday, August 17th at 6:30pm - Pool School

This is a great opportunity for you to learn how to properly maintain your pool—
saving you time and money.  Topics include:  basic pool operation and terminology, basic equipment maintenance, water chemistry, algae prevention, and basic troubleshooting.   Length of seminar—approximately two hours.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

Saturday & Sunday, August 29th & 30th at 8am-4pm - CPO Class

CPO certification courses are designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations including pool and spa chemistry, testing, treatment, filtration, maintenance, automatic feeding equipment, and government requirements. The CPO certification program, by the National Swimming Pool Foundation, has delivered more training than any other program in the pool and spa industry since 1972. It is widely accepted by local and state authorities, health departments, and is primarily taken by commercial pool operators—hotels, apartments, municipal pools, etc.

Reservations Required—call (940)384-7665.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Down home genuine feel.  Always feel like your staff is being honest and courteous with us.  I like the face that your service technicians are nice to my dogs and are able to do their service and I don’t have to lock the dogs up in the house for the day.  It may not sound like much but this is a really big deal to us. - Christine W.

Answered questions and gave honest advice.  Also, Saturday service since that is the only day I can be there. - Dennis W.

The fellow who came to the house and showed me how to work the filters, pumps, etc. and let me do it hands on so I knew what to do myself.  Very informative, friendly, and “pool knowledge” are not silly questions.  They understand not everyone knows about pools.  Very knowledgeable staff.  I felt every employee, either in the store or those that came out to the house knew exactly what they were talking about. - JoAnn O.

Timely response, honest answers, and friendly service.  A.W. was a great guy to work with . - Patricia B .

Matt Watson is friendly, caring , and prompt. - Gary & Carol P.

Genuine concern about my pool’s problem.  Taking initiative to solve the problem and having authority to do so.  Seems like a family unit more than a company only our for a profit. - Mary F.

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