Baker Pool & Spa

6 Thf Blvd ChesterfieldMO63005
Closes in 7 minutes
Sunday
12:00pm-4:00pm
Monday
10:00am-7:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am-7:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am-7:00pm
Thursday
10:00am-7:00pm
Friday
10:00am-7:00pm
Saturday
9:00am-5:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Cash, Debit
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Baker Pool & Spa has been in the pool business in St. Louis since 1968. We are known throughout the St. Louis area for our custom inground swimming pools, and we are also the exclusive dealer of the best portable hot tubs on the market, Hot Spring®. We are located in Chesterfield Commons, the nation's largest open-air shopping center.
by showmelocal on December 14, 2015 from showmelocal

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Baker Pool & Spa has been in the pool business in St. Louis since 1968. We are known throughout the St. Louis area for our custom inground swimming pools, and we are also the exclusive dealer of the best portable hot tubs on the market, Hot Spring®. We are located in Chesterfield Commons, the nation's largest open-air shopping center.
by localcom on February 07, 2017 from localcom
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Baker Pool & Spa has been in the pool business in St. Louis for over 40 years. We are known throughout the St. Louis area for our custom in-ground pools, and we are also the exclusive dealer of the best portable spa on the market, Hot Spring. With over 2,600 custom in-ground pools and over 3,700 Hot Spring spas in the St. Louis area, we have the experience and knowledge to...
by yellowpages on May 26, 2015 from yellowpages
Backyard Dreams Delivered-Serving St. Louis, MO since 1968, Baker Pool & Spa builds custom inground swimming pools, installs Hot Spring portable spas/hot tubs and carries BioGuard water care...
by judysbook on March 03, 2015 from judysbook
In the early 1960s Tom Baker was in the farm supply business. In particular, Tom constructed grain silos and sold milk-extraction equipment. The grain silos were make of radius steel panels bolted together and anchored by a concrete footing. One day Tom and one of his customers were staring at the first rung of what would soon be an entire grain silo. The farmer said to Tom, "If you were to put...
by cylexusa on November 08, 2013 from cylexusa