More stories about Construction

  • Connecticut Licensing Bill Introduced

    A bill has been introduced in the Connecticut legislature that, if passed, would require pool and spa builders to obtain a construction license specific to the profession.

  • A Fine Balance

    In today’s pool industry, every dig is critical. But in trying to get that signature on the dotted line, some sales professionals will push the limits of what they can promise and at what price.

  • Clever Cleaning:One

    Every pool needs to be cleaned regularly, and for most pools, that means bringing in an automatic cleaner.

  • Renovation Leader Buys NorCal Builder

    The nation’s most prolific pool remodeling firm has purchased a venerable Northern California builder

  • Economic Recovery Slower Than Anticipated

    Continuing economic troubles coupled with bad weather in the Eastern half of the nation have kept the industry from seeing the turnaround it had hoped for this season.

  • Top 50 Builders Issue Correction

    In the Top 50 Builders Issue of Pool & Spa News ( August 28, 2009), data for Anthony & Sylvan was reported incorrectly.

  • On Firm Footing

    Whether creating a simple set of corner steps, or an intricate staircase that includes a sun shelf, adhere to these tips for proper construction.

  • Branching Out

    With sales from new construction taking a dive, many builders turned their attentions to the commercial and remodeling sectors.

  • Home Economics

    In a good year, Tower Park Construction in Twinsburg, Ohio, builds about two dozen homes.

  • Christopher Stewart | Christopher Stewart Construction + Bev Jacquement | Paradise Valley Spas

    Mt. Diablo is sacred to many California Native Americans.