Swimming Pool Supplies: Amerimerc Announces Spring Pool Start Up Kit Plus Filters, Pumps,Cleaners
02/07/2011

Swimming pool supplies from Amerimerc are available online and through the Amerimerc catalog. Amerimerc is now offering Spring Start-up Kits. Other swimming pool supplies include filters, pumps, automatic cleaners, chemicals,paint, ladders, steps. For in-ground, above-ground, residential and commercial (public and private) swimming pools.

Online PR News – 07-February-2011 – – swimming pool supplies from Amerimerc start with Spring Start-up Kits. These kits contain everything a pool owner needs to open a pool this spring, says Amerimerc. Just pour each product into the pool per instructions, plus, (unlike other kits) this kit "packs a punch" with super-strong BURST dichlor shock.

Spring Start-up Kits, with correct dosage, are available for 7,500-gallon, 15,000-gallon and 30,000-gallon swimming pools. They contain: algaecide, clarifier, rust & scale remover, and BURST shock.

Amerimerc is also offering the Spring Pill, an all-in-one formula of 4-part-blend to make spring openings faster and easier than ever. Spring Pill clarifies pool water and prevents scaling and staining. It's enzyme enhanced to naturally destroy organics. Safe for use with all pool surfaces and filters. One pill treats up to 30,000-gallons.

Swimming pool supplies from Amerimerc are available for in-ground, above-ground, residential and commercial (public and private) swimming pools, large and small.

Included in the Amerimerc line of swimming pool supplies are:
- swimming pool filters, Cartridges, Filter Grids
- Pumps
- Automatic Cleaners
- Chemicals
- Toys & Floats
- Pool Paint and Deck Coating
- Pool Liners
- Saltwater Cartridge Chlorinator
- Steps, Ladders
- Pool Maintenance Equipment

Amerimerc has current 2011 ADA compliant pool lifts. On July 26, 2010, the US Department of Justice released updated ADA Standards for Accessible Design. Among the updates for a number of facility types were new requirements specifically for public swimming pools. The level of accessibility depends on the size and type of the pool. For pools under 300 linear feet in size, the ADA Standard for Accessible Design calls for one means of access, which must be either an ADA-compliant lift, or a sloped entry. Pools with greater than 300 linear feet of pool wall must also have a second means of access. This second means can either be another lift or ramp, or it can also be a transfer wall, a transfer system or pool stairs.

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