pool skimmer

Upcoming Shows & Events

Novi, Michigan Home & Garden Show

Novi, Michigan Home & Garden Show

March 27 - 29, 2015, the Pool Netr™ will be at the Home & Garden Show in Novi, Michigan

April 18 - 19, 2015, we'll be at the Chicagoland Home Show in Oak Lawn, Illinois

May 7 - 9, 2015 we'll be at the Auburn Spring Car Show in Auburn, Indiana.

July 15 - 18, 2015, the Pool Netr™ will be at the Three Rivers Festival in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

September 2 - 6, 2015, we'll be back to Auburn for the Fall Car Show in Auburn, Indiana.

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The Pool Netr Is Being Used in South Australia!

These pictures turned out fantastic, and we're so happy our friend allowed us to share them with you. They were shot in South Australia, and our friend, Dunken Bliths, is using our original Pool Netr.

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We're Moving Forward with O.co (Overstock.com)!

Overstock.com (O.co) has a single, massive warehouse located in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. It has 633,000 sq. ft., and its big enough to include room for our Pool Netr™ products! We're uploading product information today and we should be LIVE on their site very soon! Stay tuned here for more details -- especially when you can start shopping there! Learn more about Overstock here.

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The Bowling Ball Test: Dropping a 16lb. Bowling Ball on the Netr™ from 9.5'!

Last Friday, we took some video of our Plant Manager, Dave, Weirich, standing on the top of a tall ladder and dropping a 16-pound bowling ball onto our net from about 9.5 feet high. This same net had already been pounded with the 6' tests multiple times. It slightly tore on the edge of the 2 x 4 it was resting on, so we're going to film this again soon with a new net and show that our pool skimmer is definitely up for the height challenge and shouldn't tear at all, due to the strength of the stainless-steel mesh netting. 

Even when it does tear (which takes a lot) it still works perfectly and does not tear along the frame edges. Made in the USA, and made to last!

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