Homeownership is part of the Great American Dream and for many people, when they think about that beautiful home with the white picket fence, they also envision a bright, glimmering swimming pool gracing that backyard. That is why these homeowners in Paradise Valley, Arizona, depend on Road Runner Pool Service and Repair to keep their pools looking clean and pristine for those backyard cookouts and pool parties that will be the part of family memories for years to come. Road Runner Pool Service provides a flexible schedule for weekly, bi-weekly, or just summer only cleanings and can also offer regular services such as filter cleanings and sand changes. This will make sure that your pool will be a part of your home and your memories for years to come. These are just a few of the options we offer in Paradise Valley, Arizona, a city that counts boxing legends Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson and rock stars Bret Michaels and Stevie Nicks as residents.
About Paradise Valley, AZ
Paradise Valley, Arizona, is a small town in the general Phoenix area of only about 15,000 residents. Despite its relatively small size, it boasts some impressive real estate values with the median home being valued at around $1.75 million. The town was started in 1889 by surveyors from the Rio Verde Canal Company who gave the area its name because of the tranquility and peace they found there. Despite being populate for years, the town was not officially incorporated until 1964 with an initial population of approximately 2,000. A more detailed history of the early settlement of Paradise Valley can be found at http://www.ci.paradise-valley.az.us/DocumentCenter/Home/View/223. Information regarding the geography and demographics of the town can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradise_Valley,_Arizona.
Despite its small size, the town of Paradise Valley is also the home to no less than twelve resorts including the Mountain Shadows Resort and the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. As can be expected, this is a haven for tourists and those looking to relax and unwind. As can also be expected with the high home prices, some of which have topped out between ten and forty million dollars, the city is home to celebrities including musicians, athletes and politicians including former Vice-President Dan Quayle and former United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. For more information on the Paradise Valley, you can check out the town’s official homepage at http://www.ci.paradise-valley.az.us/index.aspx?NID=31.