Magic Marcite in Sanford, FL

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Magic Marcite, Inc.

1. Magic Marcite, Inc.

BBB Rating: A+

927 Fern St Ste 1800Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

(407) 294-5453

From Business: Founded in 1990, Magic Marcite provides swimming pool construction and remodeling services to the residential sector. It specializes in quartz and marble-based fi…

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2. Magic Marcite - CLOSED

2402 Clark St Unit 1Apopka, FL 32703

(407) 294-5453
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Seminole Pool Supply
Carl O. rated

Wow! What a great company and great owner. I found KEVIN and The Seminole Pool Supply team on Craigslist and didn't realise that they now own the old Dockside Pools in Sanford on French Ave (they have those cups on the fence spelling their name). I had a blown pool motor and called KEVIN to see if he could repair the motor. He offered to look at the motor for free after trying to diagnose the problem over the phone (something most companies won't do).Kevin diagnosed the problem and offered three possible solutions for a new pump (ranging from $200-400) I agreed to order a new pump as mine was not able to be repaired, however less than an hour later after I left he called me and was able to offer a used pump that met my needs for less than half of what I would have paid earliePlease check out this business and its new owners if you have any trouble with your pool. They apparently sell hard to find parts, pool maintenance products/chemicals, and offers home pool service and repairs.