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Supply Chain Issues Create Backlog for Pool Installers

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An inground pool produced by Pristine Pools on Briar Patch Road in East Hampton.
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An inground pool produced by Pristine Pools on Briar Patch Road in East Hampton. COURTESY PRISTINE POOLS

The Pristine Pools team excavates a backyard on July 20, 2022.
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The Pristine Pools team excavates a backyard on July 20, 2022. COURTESY PRISTINE POOLS

An above-ground pool built by Pristine Pools on Crescent Avenue in Water Mill. 
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An above-ground pool built by Pristine Pools on Crescent Avenue in Water Mill. COURTESY PRISTINE POOLS

Megan Naftali on Sep 14, 2022
As the temperature dwindles and the summer feeling disappears, pool season is coming to an end, but if you’re hoping to get the pool of your dreams installed by next... more

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