Clean and Clear Pool Supplies is coming soon to 8494 Hwy. 6, Houston. The pool supply company specializes in maintenance, free water testing, repairs, DIY supplies and automation. The family-owned and -operated company has had over 15 years of experience in the business and provides services for the Greater Houston area. 713-466-1607. www.cleanandclearpoolstx.com
Clean and Clear Pool Supplies opening soon in Cy-Fair
Clean and Clear Pool Supplies offers maintenance, DIY supplies and more. (Courtesy Clean and Clear Pool Supplies)
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