Our goal is simple -
To assure our clients a crystal clear pool all year round.
Sparkle Pools, originally known as Blue Bayou Chemicals, began serving the metro New Orleans area on a limited basis back in 1981.
Priding ourselves on exceptional customer service and establishing a close-knit relationship with our clients, Sparkle Pools started growing strictly from word of mouth referrals with very little traditional advertising.
In the following years, Sparkle Pools began to see its service radius expanding as calls began coming in from surrounding areas. As more and more clients in the outer neighborhoods were picked up, the pool routes became larger and thus the need to expand became imminent.
In 1992, a full-service operation was announced, servicing New Orleans, Metairie, Mandeville, Slidell, Covington, Laplace, Reserve, Destrehan, Algiers, Gretna, Harvey and Marrero.
Over the next 10 years, Sparkle Pools maintained its high-level of service, undergoing only a couple of changes -- The name change to Sparkle Pools and a switch from using Chlorine Gas, to our current method of pool sanitation, Liquid Chlorine.
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the business took a big hit as customers moved to neighboring cities and the cleanup effort began. Eager to stay connected to its loyal and close-knit client base, Sparkle Pools implemented a Drain and Clean service, to help those effected by the flood in getting their pools back in shape.
To date, Sparkle Pools is still a locally owned and operated company servicing over 300+ pools in the area. We are back to our flagship Weekly Pool Maintenance service, priding ourselves on being attentive to each pool we have the privilege to work on. All of our technicians have a minimum of 15 years chemically treating pools, which allows us to make sure your pool chemistry is spot on every week.
Our goal is simple – to assure our clients a crystal clear pool all year round.
"Sparkle Pools has been servicing my pool for 15 years and with the exception of a bad storm, I have never had to call them because the pool wasn't right."