More stories about Service/Technical

  • A Route to Success

    Leland Stith was a newcomer to the pool industry six and a half years ago when he decided to take the plunge and purchase a 50-pool route.

  • How to Smoothly Transfer a Pool Route

    It’s not always easy being the new guy.

  • Finding the Right Tool for the Job

    Maintaining a safe water balance can be a daunting task.

  • Social Gathering

    Since 1960, the success mantra for marketing has been about the five Ps (originally four Ps by E.J. McCarthy).

  • Making It Clear

    Turbidity is one of the most predominant water quality issues in the pool industry.

  • Lighting Up

    Any pool built more than a few years ago is probably equipped with either incandescent or fiberoptic lighting.

  • Quality Control

    There are a lot of misunderstood concepts and myths in the aquatics industry.

  • Setting Up the Barricade

    There’s nothing glamorous about waterproofing.

  • Nancy Dozier: Winning Over Skeptics

    “Sometimes I feel I must double-prove myself,” says Nancy Dozier, co-owner/operator, ASP of Lake Oconee, Ga. Local homeowners have been known to react to the female pool service tech with “Are you kidding me?” So Dozier is determin

  • Tina Brown: Hands-On Approach

    Tina Brown says she was “just a mom who had some issues with management of my community pool.