ABOUT US 

Not all pool companies are the same, not even close. We are not your average pool company. At Morris Pools, we have built our company with the core values of continuing industry specific education and to serve our clients with honesty & integrity. We have built our reputation on these principles and want to show you why you should be choosing us for all your pool needs.

Daniel Morris, started Morris Pools out of an extra room in their apartment while finishing an undergraduate degree from Arizona State University. With a hunger to learn, provide for his young family & to be successful, the business quickly grew. Daniel has been involved in many projects from small 1,000 gallon spas to 200k gallon pools. He has attended several pool industry educational classes in Arizona, California, Las Vegas & a leadership conference in Florida. Morris Pools since has grown to a full pool contracting company. We Design, Build, Remodel & Service your swimming pool. Daniel enjoys spending time with his family, camping & fishing.

Jerry Warford has been in the industry for more than 11 years, from dealing with Wholesale & Distributors to running his own pool service business. Jerry brings extensive knowledge to Morris Pools and runs our service department. He enjoys spending time on the golf course & spending time with his wife & 3 daughters.

We have listed the following credentials, certifications and steps we have taken to become one of the best in the industry. Why hire someone else when you can have the best?

Licensed, Bonded and Insured

Morris Pools is Licensed, Bonded & Insured with the Registrar of Contractors. (ROC 320987) We have taken all the necessary steps to provide you with the security and ease of mind knowing that you have hired the right pool company who has been through the testing and checks by the ROC to ensure you are getting a quality company.

Best Insurance in the Industry

We carry the one of the best pool insurance in the industry. You can now feel more secure and protected, knowing that Morris Pools is here to serve you with confidence and responsibility. Sometimes we make mistakes. We are human too. That’s why we carry only the best insurance in the industry to keep you covered.

Certified Building Professionals

Daniel is also a Certified Building Professionals (CBP) by the Association of Pool Spa Professionals. To achieve the industry’s premier designation, the certified pool builder has been thoroughly tested and has committed to upholding the highest standards. These standards ensure that you, as the consumer, are getting the best pool on the market today.

Continuing Education

We attend several educational classes & seminars throughout the year. We do this to not only to maintain our Certifications but to keep our skills sharp & stay atop of this ever changing industry

Certified Pool Operators

Daniel & Jerry are trained Certified Pool Operators. (CPO) We have taken hours of training and passed the necessary exam to be recognize by the National Swimming Pool Foundation, the world’s leading verifiable pool training credential.

Members of IPSSA

We are members of the Independent Pool & Spa Service Association (IPSSA) where we collaborate each month with other pool service professionals & meet with manufacturer reps to ensure we are updated on the best products available.

Our Technicians are our Employees

Our team of trained service technicians are actually employees of Morris Pools.

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How long should I run my pump each day?

Your pool pump feeds the water to your filter which is the most important component in keeping your swimming pool clean. Typically, your pump should run between 4 to 6 hours in the winter months & 8 hours in the summer. Every pool is different, but these are the average times.

Why should I use a pool service company?

Wouldn’t you rather spend more time with your family, or doing what you love most? Morris Pools makes your pool more convenient, cost effective & more enjoyable. When we take care of your pool, you don’t have to store chemicals, worry about your expensive equipment or wonder if the water is safe to swim in. We service your pool each week and provide you with an instant email containing detailed information about your pool & spa.

How often should the water in my pool be changed?

When the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) are in excess of 2,000PPM or roughly every 3 to 5 years. Please contact us to test the TDS in your swimming pool.

What is TDS (Total Dissolved Solids)?

TDS is the sum total of all the dissolved materials in your pool water. Sources of TDS are disinfectants, balance chemicals, calcium hardness, source water, algaecides, total alkalinity, dust & dirt, phosphates, nitrates and sulfates. TDS buildup is inevitable. Every time you add chemicals, every time there is dirt introduced in the pool; TDS increases overtime. The ideal range should be between 1,000ppm to 2,000ppm. There is no chemical method to reduce the TDS level. You must drain or partially drain the pool and replace with fresh water. Please contact Morris Pools to have your water tested properly.

How often should my pool be acid washed?

Typically every 5 to 7 years, a pool should be drained and acid washed to remove discoloring caused by chemicals. We strongly recommend that you consult with us when considering this process. Acid washing can be harmful to the surface of your pool. Acid washing will remove a fine layer of plaster or pebble tec from the surface of the pool allowing the surface to once again be bright. Contact Morris Pools to discuss if an acid wash is needed for your pool.

How do I keep ducks out of my pool?

Ducks will avoid your pool if it is somehow obscured or if the pool seems to be in use. When not using your pool, throw in a couple of beach balls or large floating devices; make it look like the pool is being occupied and the ducks should go find the neighbors pool!

Is it ok for me to drain the pool in the winter?

NO! A pool should never drained for more than a couple of days. Without water, your pool’s surface will begin to crack and even pop out of the ground. Your pool’s surface was designed to handle the weight of the water. When emptied, the surface is largely at risk. Damaged surfaces can cost thousands of dollars to repair.

Do I need to maintain my pool during the winter months?

Absolutely. We could show you several pictures of pools that were not maintained during the winter months and needed some major work to return the pool back to normal. Taking care of a swimming pool in Arizona is a year round process. Even though its too cold to swim during the winter, the water chemistry still changes and the filters still need to be maintained. The worst thing someone could do, besides draining the pool, is to turn off the pump for the whole winter Please consult with us for the best possible solution to make sure your pool is taken care of all year long.

If I have a pool service do I still need to empty my pool baskets?

Yes, if your baskets are overflowing with leaves it will impair the water circulation and the pump could run dry. Each service visit we empty all baskets. During the late summer months, aka Monsoon season, several leaves could be in your pool that day after we service your pool.