More stories about 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.

  • Clash Over Cal Hypo Headed to Court:One

    A Phoenix retailer is embroiled in a legal battle with the city fire department over the storage of calcium hypochlorite, a powerful Class 3 oxidizer.

  • Clash Over Cal Hypo Headed to Court :Two

    A Phoenix retailer is embroiled in a legal battle with the city fire department over the storage of calcium hypochlorite, a powerful Class 3 oxidizer.

  • Picking up the Pieces

    Phoenix-based Shasta Pools and Spas made a mainstream media splash when it recently finished, free of charge, a half-completed project by Riviera Pools.

  • Abandonment Issues

    When Phoenix-based Riviera Pools declared bankruptcy in fall 2008, president and CEO Ron Ostlund vowed to complete the 50 or so projects his company had not yet finished.

  • Arizona Industry Group Building Presence Online

    Its initial push for membership complete, the Southwest Pool & Spa Association is looking to the future