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Contact the Tempool Inc Team

We're always looking to plaster and create the next amazing pool, and we'd love for it to be yours. Reach out to us anytime and we will get back to set up an appointment to discuss the project and quotes.


Serving our customers is our top priority. We look forward to hearing from you.

"[Tempool] has actually gone out of their way to accommodate my busy schedule and I really appreciated that."

-Kevin Follett

"Incomparable quality and dedication to the industry!"

-Murillo Reis

"Tempool refinished my pool last Summer, and we love it!"

-Josiah Azakiah

"Tempool evaluates a large variety of products for manufacturers, so they know the best to use in construction."

"They drained, prepped, and put new marcite in my pool - it transformed the entire back yard."

-William Cookston

Our Executive Team

Our team at Tempool Inc consists of over 36 plasters and management personal. Below are the heads of our various departments with contact information. Reach out anytime!

Jon Temple, Founder & Lead Trainer

Jon Temple

Founder, CEO

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Robert Abinuman

Department Head for Plaster

Chris Ahne Headshot

Chris 'Bumper' Ahne

Department Head for Preparation

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Tim Estrada

Finishing Technician

Tempool Inc.

1512 Millcoe Road, Jacksonville, Fl 32225
PHONE: (904) 724-8967
FAX: (904) 724-8155

Choosing A Color Finish

Choosing a Color Finish

Choosing an interior finish for your new or remodeled swimming pool can seem overwhelming, so we’ve made every effort to simplify the process. The first question you need to ask yourself is what color water am I looking for? There are only two primary water color choices, blue or green. The shade of blue or green is determined by several factors.

Part 1: Key Factors That Determine the Color of Your Pool’s Water

Part 2: How Shape, Movement and Depth Impact Your Pool’s Water Color

Part 3: How Your House Will Impact Your Pool’s Water Color

Part 4: How Your Landscaping Will Impact Your Pool’s Water Color

Part 5: How To Determine the Best Style and Makeup of Your Pool Finish

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