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  • APSP Announces Expo Education Line-up

    In an effort to continue to meet the specific needs of advanced pool and spa builders, the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals is offering a new line-up of programs at the 2013 Int’l Pool | Spa | Patio Expo this November in Las Vegas. Here's a breakdown:

  • New Cities Mean New Permit Challenges for Atlanta Builders

    Pool pros say municipalities are strict, expensive and slow to approve

  • Step by Step

    Tips for making pool entries as seamless as possible

  • Code Update

    Clarifying some confusion over an Arizona law and an alert about a model pool and spa code in development.

  • The Buzz (1963)

    What was happening in the pool industry 50 years ago

  • Job Costing

    When builders cost their jobs out correctly, they can maintain the health of their own companies and create a better environment for the industry

  • Pool + Graffiti = Art?

    A long abandoned pool becomes an art piece thanks to some unsolicited (some might even say illegal) help.

  • Modern Day South

    A pictorial of a pool and waterfeature meant to capture the local architecture, incorporating Southern nature with modern style.

  • Model Aquatic Health Code Clarification

    Many professionals believe the Model Aquatic Health Code is a federal standard that will be applied to all pools and spas. But that’s not how it works.

  • Variable-speed pump installation

    To benefit from the energy savings that variable-speed pumps offer, some may need to change their installation practices.