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Quality pool supplies from Anthony & Sylvan

Elevate your pool care routine with top-tier pool supplies from the pool experts at Anthony & Sylvan. Shop online or visit our retail stores in Pennsylvania or New Jersey for all of your pool supply needs. 

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From chemicals to equipment and accessories, find everything you need to maintain your pool with ease, delivered right to your door. 

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Shop In-Person at our Retail Stores

Explore our broad range of pool supplies at one of our retail stores in PA or NJ. Our expert staff is eager to provide guidance and assistance, ensuring your pool receives the care it deserves.

Retail Stores:

Leading Pool Supply Brands

We believe in using only the best to ensure your pool stays in optimal shape for years to come. Our curated selection of leading pool supply brands include Anthony & Sylvan Pools, Hayward, Jandy, Pentair, Polaris, and more.

Free In-Store Water Testing

Regular testing of your pool water is essential for maintaining healthy swimming conditions. Conduct at-home tests twice a week and professional testing 3 to 4 times monthly.

Anthony & Sylvan offers free water testing at our retail locations. Our team will provide a detailed printout of water balance levels and offer step-by-step instructions for any necessary adjustments. 

Gathering your water sample:

Collect 4 ounces of pool water, 18 inches below the surface and away from pool returns. Avoid exposing the sample to extreme temperatures, such as leaving it in a hot car or cooler. Allow a minimum of 24 hours after chemical additions for proper circulation before collecting a sample. Following shock treatments, wait for 72 hours for chlorine levels to stabilize before testing.  Collect water samples after rainfall (not during,) as rain alters the pool water’s chemistry, affecting not only chlorine and calcium levels but also pH and alkalinity.