Recent Review: My husband and I bought a Fannie Mae foreclosure that had been empty and neglected over the past 2years. I have been told that the pool, at one time, was an actual swamp with its own ecosystem! While the selling realtor for Fannie Mae replaced the pump and shocked the pool, there was still lots of work needed on the pool. We actually met with Michelle (Mid State Pools) prior to closing to fix the existing liner so we could pass inspection for closing. That process went so well that we decided to use them for the upgrades we were going to need. Once we were finally able to close, Michele met us at the house with samples and an estimate. The actual work was postponed due to weather, but once started, the process was EXCELLENT! The crew came out and in the first day (Saturday) were able to refurbish the steps, remove the old liner and put in the new one. After allowing the steps to cure for 48hrs and the pool to partially fill, the rest of the work was completed on Monday. We met with Michele the following week to settle the bill and get lessons on the salt system and the robotic cleaner. This company has been in business for a very long time and the workers at my house had been with Mid State for many, many years. They really knew what they were doing--a good thing because we are novices when it comes to pools--and made us feel very confident that we had chosen the right company. I will be using Mid State Pools and Spas for all my pool needs.