I recently contracted with Perspective on Pools to replace the vinyl liner in my older pool. I was very pleased with the company's performance. Catherine, the owner, was attentive to all details, from measurement of the pool for the new liner, through vacuumed installation, non-leak installation of skimmers, returns, vacuum lines--even to a final lesson on managing water chemistry.The contractor was careful to "keep me in the loop" advising me of delivery dates and installation dates. I have worked with other liner installation companies in this area but my experience with POP was exceptionally good. Southern NM is fortunate to have a company that is knowledgable, experienced, and so professional.Bill Kopp
4888 Camino Dos VidasLas Cruces, NM 88012
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Not sure what pool Darby D. Went to, but I found this pool to be really nice. The pools are shallow, yes, but the lap,pools allow all the swimming you want. the walking channel is nice for those of us with injuries to work out in. Staff is always pleasant if you follow the rules that are posted on a huge display. You pay for an hour (anytime) and get a wrist band with your end time. Never had any problems with getting "kicked out". Yes there are times when it gets a bit crowded, but that should be expected for such a great facility as this.
Workmen were nice enough, but their boss was a no-show. I called him several times, and I think he ignored me. They took longer than estimated, and now all my neighbors know not to use them. Nothing personal, I just did not appreciate having my calls ignored, and the job being left unfinished.
It is an indoor pool and one of the nicest ones in town, but it does not matter because they do not allow open swimming, and are only "open" during strange and obscure hours. Don't ask the staff (if you can find them) if you can swim there, they will get angry at you. I don't really understand why Las Cruces bothers to call it a "Public pool" if no one is allowed to use it...
Its an alright pool for children, but nor for adults or young adults. The pools are about 5' at deepest, so unless you're shorter than that you won't really be able to "swim", per say, more like stand in water. They run on a strange block system that you can only buy passes for an hour prior, if you arrive at 4:03 and want to buy a pass for the 5:00 block, don't even try. Your other option is to buy a ticket after the block schedule starts, but because this is the only pool in Las Cruces that even seems to allow people to swim it's very crowded and you will have to wait for a long time in a long line. The block system also means that you will get kicked out at an arbitrary time if you do ever manage to get in.