More stories about Doors

  • Major California Builder Closes Doors

    One of the largest pool building companies in the San Diego area abruptly closed its doors in early June.

  • Drain Covers Revisited

    The lobbying — in the media and behind closed doors — to alter CPSC’s newest definition of unblockable drain may have had an impact.

  • Longtime Florida Builder Closes Doors

    After 30 years in business, a North Florida pool builder has closed its doors.

  • 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

  • In the Rain

    Something terrible almost happened to my son when he was very young, and today, nearly 20 years later, I still feel as if all the good luck anyone could expect for an entire life was spent in one moment

  • Upbeat Mood Prevails at Pool and Spa Expo

    The industry was alive with newfound optimism at this year’s International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo as more than 9,000 pool and spa professionals walked through the doors of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas Oct. 30 to Nov. 4.

  • Major Pool Firm Shuts Its Doors

    One of the nation’s largest pool builders abruptly ceased operations last month, spurring intensive press coverage and an investigation by the state licensing board.

  • Contractors Board Takes Action Against Top 50 Builder

    California’s attorney general has filed an official accusation against Aqua Pool and Spa Inc., the Pool & Spa News Top Builder that abruptly closed its doors last summer

  • Miffed Models, Twinkle Toes and Downward Facing Senator

    In lieu of a column on what Peyton Manning’s pain in the neck means for the Indianapolis Colts’ playoff chances, I give you scattered thoughts…

  • Historic Downturn Hits Fiberglass Manufacturers

    While some larger fiberglass-pool players have gone into Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a smaller manufacturer quietly closed its doors in autumn 2009.