Pool Service and Repair in Phoenix
Hydroblue Pools | Serving Phoenix, Arizona since 1999
Services we offer:
- Pool Filter Repair
- Pool Heater Repair
- Saltwater System Installation & Repair
- Pool Pump Repair
- and more!
Why choose Hydroblue?
- Locally Owned and Operated Since 1999
- Fast Valleywide Service
- Fully Licensed & Insured ROC251691
- We Solve Pool Problems
- We Repair Equipment from All Manufacturers
About Phoenix, Arizona
As the capital and largest city in Arizona, Phoenix is located in the northeastern part of the Sonoran Desert and has a subtropical desert climate. Dubbed “Valley of the Sun,” the Phoenix metropolitan area offers a unique blend of its rugged Southwestern past and a rapidly growing 21st century city – it is one of the largest cities by land area in the US. Set against a backdrop of the spectacular Camelback Mountains, Phoenix offers visitors both an exciting city nightlife as well as outdoor adventures in the numerous national parks and nature preserves. The Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, a UNESCO biosphere reserve, is the only place in the United States where organ pipe cacti grow in the wild and showcases the array of other diverse cacti in its 517 square miles of land.
Situated nearby Phoenix, the Montezuma Castle National Monument is a pre-Columbian Puebloan cliff dwelling ruins built by the Sinagua in the 15th century and preserved both by the dry desert heat as well as the American Antiquities Act as decreed by President Roosevelt in 1906. This magnificent monument is 4,000 square feet across and is situated 90 feet up a limestone cliff that faces the Verde River. Though visitors are not permitted to enter the interior of the dwelling for safety reasons, there is a visitors’ center and museum open year-round from 8am to 5pm (except Christmas Day).
Phoenix is considered a jumping point for visitors to a number of other parks and monuments, including the Grand Canyon, Lost Dutchman State Park, the Tonto National Forest, Meteor Crater, the Painted Desert, and the Petrified Forest. Within Phoenix itself, the Phoenix Mountains Preserve consists of small mountains and foothills conducive to horseback riding and hikes, as well as picnicking and cycling. Another treasured site in Phoenix is Hole in the Rock, a series of erosions in sandstone, believed to be a way to record the seasons by the Hohokam. Rounded out by a distinctive cuisine of Southwest flavors and imitable golf courses, Phoenix is ranked as one of the top travel destinations for tourists in the US.