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good or bad experience

Postby Guest » Wed 02 May, 2007 13:46

If anyone has comments regarding either Aqua Pool and Spa or Lifetime Pools here in the SF Bay Area I would appreciate your comments. Bids are very close and both seem to be good companies. Unless I hear otherwise.......
Thanks


chrisinspring

BBB - good or bad experience

Postby chrisinspring » Wed 02 May, 2007 15:03

Check the BBB and the apsp
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BBB - good or bad experience

Postby Laura Spencer » Thu 03 May, 2007 20:24

Thank You.
Guest

BBB - good or bad experience

Postby Guest » Fri 15 Jun, 2007 23:18

We just went a slightly different route - We looked at concrete and got a bid from lifetime, but ended up going with a Viking Fiberglass pool from Custom Fiberglass Pools in Fremont. They had 5 references within a mile of us in Los Altos. They just completed the pool (5 weeks), and we're very happy
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BBB - good or bad experience

Postby geeman » Sat 16 Jun, 2007 06:04

the BBB is funded by businesses and protects businesses. NOT the consumer. It's the biggest load of B.S. out there.

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