Gold Medal Pools Acquires A+ Reliable Pools

Gold Medal Pools of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas has acquired A+ Reliable Pools of Red Oak. This acquisition is part of Gold Medal Pools’ greater strategy that addresses a variety of business, community and marketplace conditions, especially those affecting the surrounding communities of the broader DFW metroplex.

“Gold Medal Pools has been in DFW since we were founded in 1997. We’ve spent years building what is now known as the most experienced, talented team in the area,” says Josh Sandler, president and CEO of Gold Medal Pools. “Red Oak is just one example of growth and opportunity in the growing suburbs around the metroplex that are booming as many companies move headquarters to the area and people relocate.”

Bob and Rena Bauer, owners of A+ Reliable Pool Service, will see their customer roster expand from 700 to more than 2,000 with the acquisition by the end of 2021.

“There are a lot of reasons companies pursue an acquisition strategy. Ours happens to be influenced by meeting homeowners’ needs and demands in today’s quickly moving and constantly changing marketplace," Sandler adds. "First, homeowners are spending more time at home and want to enjoy their pools. Acquiring A+ Reliable Pool Service means we can bring ease and convenience to more pool owners. Bob and Rena, built a company with values and commitment to service similar to ours, so it was a natural fit with the systems and process infrastructure we already have in place.”

Gold Medal Pools is actively exploring more opportunities via partnerships with other companies in DFW’s surrounding communities, specifically for growth in its service and maintenance divisions. The company also is hiring pool service and maintenance technicians.

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