If your pool is suffering from whitefly invasion, call Tropics Pool and Spa today!
South Florida’s inviting climate has made it home to invasive species such as parakeets, pythons and walking catfish. One of the latest immigrants to the region has brought headaches for service technicians.
The rugose spiraling whitefly arrived in Florida in 2009 and is found today from the Florida Keys through Palm Beach County. As it spreads, it leaves a honeydew-like film on pools that can neutralize chemicals. The whitefly also deposits a black goo on decks, furniture and railings.
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Tropics Pool & Spa provides our company a professional and reliable service with a quick turnaround. Prices are competitive and they are always available either by phone or email. Thank you Brian for the great work!
I give Brian and Tropics 2 thumbs up! If I had a third thumb I’d put that up too. Brian is extremely professional and reliable and does a great job keeping my pool looking great. And, he’s one of the nicest guys you’ll meet.
Brian does an outstanding job with my pool. He charges a very reasonable fee for his work and I’m pleased with the results.
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