This site is a tribute to my Paddock pool and its construction.
It all started back in March of 2005 when I purchased a pool from Paddock Pools.
It was going to be the pool my family always wanted. Little did I know that it was going to be the worlds biggest nightmare for me.
I started a blog about my Paddock pool, thinking it would be a great way to follow its progress. Little did I know how important the blog would be. It showed me just how long it takes to get any responses.
After over a year the pool was completed, but not without several problems that still continue to plague my Paddock pool.
Please read thru the site and you can come to your own conclusion about my feelings for Paddock Pools.
The one of many broken promises.
“I would like to thank you for your on going patience and also apologize for the delays, we want to build you a beautiful pool that you and your family will be proud of for years to come. I would like to go over the schedule with you at this time. I will give you a time line it is a tentative time line pending any weather, permit delays. We will re-lay the pool out on 07/19/05 Mike Maez with do a layout check on 07/20/05 excavation on 07/22/05 wall put back up on 07/25/05 at that point it will be released for the next phases, please be aware that there could be several days between each phase each coordinator will schedule the next phase please refer to your construction guide if you have any questions, please allow 12 weeks from the date we excavate this pool for the completion. If we do not meet complete your pool within that time we will penalize ourselves $50.00 each day we go past the 12-weeks with a maximum of $250.00 will be awarded to you in a gift certificate. This is our way of showing our commitment and dedication to you. I will check with you during the process and appreciate your on going patience. Thanks, Nancy”
Paddock Pools has never paid me a nickel. The pool took over a year to complete. I don’t want anything from Paddock Pools due to it may be used as an excuse later. Last thing I need is for them to say I just want money. I just want what I paid for.
Browse our Web site for more information about how my Paddock pool is doing. If you have any questions or would like to speak with me, please e-mail me at webmaster at n7gtj.com
The customer should always come first.