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)
Clean and Clear Pool Supplies offers maintenance, DIY supplies and more. (Courtesy Clean and Clear Pool Supplies)

Clean and Clear Pool Supplies offers maintenance, DIY supplies and more. (Courtesy Clean and Clear Pool Supplies)

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

By Emily Jaroszewski

Reporter, Cy-Fair

Emily joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2021 after graduating with a degree in communications from the University of St. Thomas, and interning for Houston Public Media. Emily is a former student athlete for St. Thomas, and served as the assistant editor for the university's online student newspaper, The Celt Independent.



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