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Leslie's Installation, Repair and Maintenance Service

With more than 985 stores nationwide, Leslie's has been a one-stop shop for all your pool equipment, chemical, and other pool supply needs since 1963. In addition to our stores and website, Leslie's also provides pool repair and installation services that come directly to you.

Leslie's has one of the most trusted service teams in the pool industry. Our fleet of certified Leslie's technicians will come to your place of residence and repair, install, or maintain your pool, spa, and equipment. All technicians are licensed, bonded, and insured, so you can rest assured that you're in the best hands.

Below, we have included a list of services offered by our trained professionals. Let us help you spend more time enjoying your pool or spa! Simply choose a pool service below to learn more about the benefits of Leslie's Pool Equipment and Repair Services.

Why Trust Leslie's Pool Equipment & Repair Services?

After scheduling a service or repair, a trained Leslie's employee will come to you directly to service your pool. Your assigned technician will be a qualified Leslie's employee, not a third party representative, which you'll sometimes find with other companies. This ensures you get the best, most reliable service available. You'll enjoy the added peace of mind knowing that all Leslie's professionals are licensed, bonded, and insured experts in their field.

If you're thinking of purchasing new pool equipment, or if you have existing equipment that needs servicing, let a Leslie's pool professional do the heavy lifting for you. Professional installation protects your pool equipment and fulfills the installation requirement for manufacturer warranties. Stop by your local Leslie's to take advantage of our free services, including free AccuBlue® water testing and free in-store labor on repairs. Or, if you're ready to schedule a visit from one of our pool pros, visit the Leslie's service page to schedule a Leslie's professional for your pool or spa.

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Leslie’s makes every effort to provide accurate recommendations based upon current ANSI/APSP/ICC-5 2011 (R2022) standards, but codes and regulations change, and Leslie’s assumes no liability for any omissions or errors in this article or the outcome of any project. You must always exercise reasonable caution, carefully read the label on all products, follow all product directions, follow any current codes and regulations that may apply, and consult with a licensed professional if in doubt about any procedures. Leslie’s assumes no legal responsibility for your reliance or interpretation of the data contained herein, and makes no representations or warranties of any kind concerning the quality, safety, or suitability of the information, whether express or implied, including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.