More stories about Electrical

  • Questions Surround Pool Death

    Faulty electrical work suspected in apparent electrocution

  • Questions Surround Pool Death

    Faulty electrical work suspected in apparent electrocution

  • Finding the Fault

    When it comes to spa service calls, one of the most common is a ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) that won’t stop tripping

  • It’s Been a Pleasure

    Two years ago, I walked into a meeting of a philosophy discussion group and found myself embroiled in a debate that changed my life.

  • Mastering the Board

    When a customer’s pool or spa won’t heat, the problem may lie with the breaker box or the electrical wiring, or within the gas heater itself.

  • Texas Code Enforcement Tightens

    Texas pool service companies offering to perform electrical work without having a staff member who is properly licensed now will be prosecuted according to the letter of the law.

  • A Father’s Love

    Derek Frechette has been called a fierce and tireless advocate for legislation to make summer camps in Massachusetts safer for young swimmers.

  • Texas Techs Seek ‘Relief’ from Work Restrictions

    Texas pool professionals should not be allowed to do electrical work on commercial pools and spas, according to a recent published opinion from the state’s attorney general.

  • The State(s) of Licensing

    Brian Kelly knew the Florida Commercial Pool and Spa Exam wouldn’t be easy.

  • Control on the Whole

    If there’s one fact about automation on which almost every builder agrees, it’s that no two systems are quite alike.