More stories about Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ

  • Large Pool and Spa Retailer Expands into Phoenix

    A growing player in the Southwestern retail scene is making a major push into one of the area’s largest pool markets.

  • Arizona Pump Law Poised for Repeal

    A controversial piece of energy legislation is on its way to being scrapped after less than two months on the books.

  • Lack of Code Enforcement Angers Arizona Techs

    The open availability of illegal pumps and motors — and the absence of law enforcement on the issue — is frustrating pool professionals across the state

  • Leslie’s to Purchase Shasta Retail

    Phoenix construction firm Shasta Pools & Spas has agreed to sell its retail outlets to Leslie’s Poolmart Inc

  • Will to Survive

    Five years ago, 78 hot tub stores were spread along the 518 square miles of desert land that make up the Valley of the Sun.

  • Top 50 Pool Builder to Head South

    The co-owner of a prominent pool firm is taking his family’s good name from Phoenix to Music City, USA

  • Arizona Energy Law Sparks Dissent

    Industry members, as well as the general public, are taking exception to Arizona’s new pool and spa energy standards.

  • A Q & A With Top 50 Builders

    Leading builders share their perspectives on issues affecting the industry.

  • The ’60s

    The pool industry in the 1960s was like a toddler first learning about the world. It lurched forward on unsteady legs, grasping at everything in its path with a wild rush of energy and enthusiasm.

  • Spa Manufacturer Shuts Its Doors

    Phoenix Spas, known for manufacturing low-cost hot tubs, is winding down its operations after more than 20 years in business