More stories about Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ

  • 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

  • Water Therapy

    It’s no surprise that people are stressed out. The economy is tight, the workplace is tense, the daily commute is chaotic, and the demands on your time are unrelenting.

  • Industry Growth Predicted for 2012

    The pool industry’s economic forecast appears to be looking up — or at least leveling off — according to data discussed at PoolCorp’s annual International Sales Conference.