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  • APSP Summit Inspires Industry Leaders

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals wrapped up a successful event. 

  • Association Preps for Industry Summit

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals is gearing up for its 2012 Industry Summit.

  • Senate Bill Battles ADA

    A Senate bill has been introduced to prevent the Americans with Disabilities Act from being enforced on commercial pools and spas.

  • New CEO on Horizon for APSP

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals expects to begin its search for a new chief executive officer next year.

  • Industry Avoids Proposed Filter Ban

    The pool and spa industry has dodged another regulatory bullet, but in its wake many wonder if there are too many model codes.

  • New Industry Trade Shows Report Success

    Two new industry events meant to cater to underserved markets are reporting success their first time around.

  • 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

  • DFW Area May Face Permit Ban

    Officials in northern Texas could soon impose restrictions that would halt all new construction and renovation

  • Stain Detection

    The sudden appearance of a stain or other surface discoloration often brings a barrage of questions, both from the homeowner and the service professional: What caused it? Can it be removed? Can it be prevented from returning? And of course, the ever-popul

  • Northeast Licensing Laws Move Forward

    The Northeast is continuing its movement toward industry-specific licensing with the introduction of a new state bill