According to the Center for Disease Control, “There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be spread to humans through the use of pools and hot tubs. Proper operation, maintenance, and disinfection of pools and hot tubs should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.” (March 17,2020). That means you can safely use your backyard  Read More

In the midst of our hectic lives, Thanksgiving is a perfect time to reflect on our many blessings that have come to us personally and to our families. In our country of abundance, it is hard to imagine our children not having enough to eat, or not being able to go to school. At Jo-Co  Read More

The temperature has dropped, the leaves are beginning to change colors, and the kids have gone back to school. That can only mean one thing: It is time to think about closing the pool for the season. It is very important that your pool water be balanced before closing the pool. This means that your  Read More

Now that swimming season is nearing a close, this is the perfect time to be thinking about getting the hot tub you’ve always dreamed of having! After several years of not stocking hot tubs, we have now decided to bring in a very simple, basic, and affordable hot tub. Meet the Urbania Spa made by  Read More

You want to swim in warmer pool water, but the bulky bubble-wrap looking solar blankets are bulky and hard to drag on and off your pool. And for many pool owners, the cost of a heat pump or traditional gas heater is currently outside their budget. Is there another economical solution? Yes, there is! Aqua  Read More

Recently owners Joe and Patty Cohen returned from Cambodia where they partnered with SERV International to distribute water filters and food to the poor in Cambodia. We are proud to announce that Jo-Co Pools will continue to support SERV thru the upcoming pool season. A portion of each purchase made at Jo-Co Pools will go  Read More

Taking Care of The Water-The first thing to remember is to make sure your water is properly balanced before closing the pool.  This means the Alkalinity should be 80-120, the PH level 7.2-7.6, and the Chlorine 1-4 ppm. (If you are on Baquacil, the Sanitizer level should be 50 ppm)  Leaving the pool sit all winter  Read More