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EVERYTHING MUST GO! Store closing Friday, October 11th.

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EVERYTHING MUST GO!  Store closing Friday, October 11th.

We will be closing our store on Friday, October 11th, 2019. Prices are reduced by 50%. On Thursday and Friday this week prices will be marked down to 70%. EVERYTHING MUST
GO including shelving, fixtures etc.

We are retiring after 51 years! Store closing October 11th.

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We are retiring after 51 years!  Store closing October 11th.

We would like thank our loyal customers for their 51 years of trust and friendship. We couldn’t have done it without you.

The last day the retail store will be open in October 11, 2019.

Stop by today and check out our current sales. 15% – 25% off solar covers, toys floats, accessories and parts. Everything must go! Including shelving and equipment. Blowout prices, first two weeks of October only!

Store is open again for the season!

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Store is open again for the season!

Lavoie Pool is open again for the season! Schedule to have your pool opened soon, and don’t forget you can bring in a water sample for free analysis!

Free Water Chemistry Class – Thursday June 28th, 2018

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We will be having our yearly free water chemistry class on Thursday June 28th at 7pm at the store. Stop by or call to sign up, space is limited.
Adults only please. Refreshments + Prizes.

What: Water Chemistry Class
When: Thursday June 28th at 7pm
Cost: Free!
RSVP: CallĀ 603-225-2111 or stop by the store
Where:

Lavoie Pools
38 Sheep Davis Road, Rte. 106
Pembroke, NH 03275

New Hours, Effective Monday May 14, 2018

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Starting Monday, May 14th 2018 Lavoie Pool will have new hours of operation:

Monday – Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 4pm
Sunday: Closed

Pool Owners Take Note: Recent Rain Should Prompt Pool Lowering

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Our region has had a good deal of rain since your pool has been closed for the season. We
strongly recommend that you lower your pool’s water level before the water freezes. Keep in mind if you have a safety cover, not to lower the water more than 18 inches from the top of the pool.

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