Give yourself the gift of saving on utilities, conserving water, and taking advantage of energy-efficient rebates and incentives this season by giving your pool an energy makeover! Below are just a handful of updates and upgrades you can incorporate into your poolscape today so that you can save time and money all season long:


Best New Technology

Three technologies have caught our eye this season:

  • AquaCal Heat Pumps: These top-selling heat pumps are incredibly efficient and a very cost-effective way to extend your swim season while saving on utilities.
  • LED lighting: Not only does energy-efficient LED lighting make your pool and backyard safer, it allows you to create a unique and customizable outdoor ambiance.
  • Automation: Streamline and simplify pool ownership with automation technology! Intuitive and easy to use, the latest swimming pool automation can remotely control almost every aspect of your poolscape.


Best Bang for Your Buck

Want to see some substantial savings this season and for many seasons to come? Invest in a Hayward variable-speed pump for an energy efficient pool.

Variable-speed pumps may have a higher initial price tag than their single or double-speed counterparts, but that higher cost upfront will begin to pay off immediately after it is installed. In fact, a variable-speed pump can easily pay for itself in just two or three years.

Outdated pool pumps are often the second largest energy consumer in your house, after only heating and air conditioning. With a variable-speed pump, you can cut associated costs by up to 90 percent, leading to hundreds of dollars in savings every year.


Best Way to Save Time

You will be hard-pressed to find a pool owner who delights in scrubbing, vacuuming and maintaining their pool. Save yourself hours of valuable time and stress this year by investing in efficient Polaris automatic pool cleaners that will take on the bulk of these chores for you.

Simply plug these systems in and watch them propel themselves around your pool as they scrub, suck and skim debris, bacteria and other unwanted material from your swimming pool water and walls. There are three types of automatic cleaners:

  • Robotic cleaners
  • Pressure cleaners
  • Suction cleaners

Not sure which one to choose? The Pool Doctor of Rhode Island will gladly help you choose the right option for your budget as well as your pool’s size, shape and debris type.


The Best Place for Pool Equipment in Rhode Island

Investing in new and upgraded pool equipment can mean big savings, both in time and money. If you want the most options and the best advice on how to maximize your budget to save the most money, then come to The Pool Doctor of Rhode Island. Our team of friendly experts will make sure the investment you make now pays off big in the long-run.



The Pool Doctor of Rhode Island is the leading full-service pool and spa company in Rhode Island. Their business had its beginnings in 1987 when co-owner Ron Leclerc began selling pool supplies out of the back of his Camaro. In 2001, Ron and his wife Debbie opened their 7,000 square foot facility in Coventry. This extensive and beautiful showroom is the result of years of hard work and represents a long-standing tradition of excellence and commitment to giving Rhode Islanders the best pool and spa service, advice, and products.  

From installing vinyl liner inground swimming pools to selling gorgeous Dimension One hot tubs to offering free water-testing and professional service in their store, The Pool Doctor of Rhode Island is your place for everything pool and spa. They are a proud BioGuard Platinum Dealer and also offer a huge selection of other brands of swimming pool and hot tub supplies, including Loop-Loc Pool Safety Covers, above ground pools, and Hayward equipment. But, more than anything, The Pool Doctor of Rhode Island strives to give their customers a wonderful experience from beginning to end.

Visit The Pool Doctor of Rhode Island at 2200 Nooseneck Hill Road in Coventry or at or give them a call at (401) 392-1300. They serve all of Rhode Island, including Coventry, West Greenwich, East Greenwich, North Kingstown, South Kingstown, Exeter, Richmond, and Hopkinton.