Rebecca Robledo, senior editor of Pool & Spa News and Aquatics International, is an award-winning trade journalist with more than 20 years of experience developing and producing magazine content meant to help small businesses, their managers, employees and craftsmen improve their work. She specializes in technical, complex or detail-oriented subject matter. Rebecca has reported on the pool and spa industry for more than 20 years, with an emphasis in design and construction, as well as legal and government-regulation issues. For this coverage, she has received numerous awards, including two Neals, considered by many to be the “Pulitzer Prize of Trade Journalism,” from American Business Media. A nearly lifelong resident of Southern California, Rebecca holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Communication with a Journalism emphasis from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Four ways to create beautiful and durable arbors and pergolas
A statewide water-management ordinance likely will limit the amount of water-using elements that can be used in the backyard.
The wording is meant for policymakers to incorporate into their own drought-management plans
The U.S. Department of Energy is taking on pool pumps, while a model code will be written to address solar pool heating.
A builder explains how he found a way to bring turf directly to a slot-overflow pool, and worked with a manufacturer to make a product that...
Perimeter-overflow systems has undergone interesting applications and refinements of details large and small.
More than 150 proposals have been submitted to revise the first federal code for pools and aquatics facilities.
The association will launch the consumer promotions in December.
As Poolwerx marches toward its ambitious 5-year goal, Vivo sets sights on becoming a dominant force in the commercial, waterparks and...
The manufacturer says the shift in private equity ownership is a hopeful sign for it and the industry.
A key indicator for home remodeling bodes well for pool and spa construction this year .
Should pools be considerd a luxury for the poor?
As the industry picks up this year, it’s a good
time to think about which of the Great Recession changes you should keep.
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