More stories about ARIZONA

  • 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

  • Dave McKibben | Patio Pools & Spas

    An equipment access panel couldn’t stick out like a sore thumb against subtle materials like the “Tea & Cream” decking and earth-tone tiles used by Dave McKibben, retail/spa manager of Patio Pools & Spas in Tucson, Ariz.

  • Greg Garrett & WhiteGlove

  • Arizona Prepares for Pump Law

    Industry groups across Arizona are educating their members about the state’s upcoming pool pump efficiency standards.

  • Shine a Light

    Mike Scalia is helping to outfit the Beardsley aquatics center with one of the largest solar pool heating systems in Arizona.

  • Arizona Passes Pool Energy Standards

    Arizona has a new set of energy standards for the pool and spa industry.

  • Bright Spots

    The key pool market of Phoenix is finally seeing a glimmer of improvement, with builders across the area reporting increases from 12- to 15 percent over last year’s dismal spring.

  • Arizona Rolls Out Rebates for Eco-Friendly Pumps

    A new program launched by Arizona Public Service Energy is offering rebates for energy-efficient pool pumps.

  • Desert Drama

    This Phoenix-area townhouse sat on a golf course and had little space in the backyard. But, as is so often the case, the homeowners still wanted a lot of bells and whistles.

  • Hot Tub Market In Limbo Amid Sales Decline

    Not long ago, the Phoenix metro area was home to 60 hot tub stores.