More stories about Water

  • Feed Needs

    For much of the pool industry’s history, chemicals have been added to the water in two basic ways: By pouring solutions into the pool, or by placing tablets in a feeder of some sort.

  • Gravel v. Sand

    Americans rarely shy away from a good debate.

  • Heating by Design

    Whether it’s new construction or an equipment replacement, today’s pool heating technologies offer a solution to every consumer’s needs.

  • Advanced Oxidation

    Prozone Water Products

  • What Would You Do: Economy

    Saddled by crushing debt, high unemployment and a plummeting housing market, the U.S. economy has seen brighter days.

  • Illuminating Safely

    When talking about safety-specific products, something that’s often taken for granted in the whole equation is lighting.

  • Texas Drought Rankles Pool Professionals

    Water restrictions are clamping down in Texas as the state suffers through a historic drought.

  • FPSIE Conducts Efficiency Study

    The Foundation for Pool & Spa Industry Education is studying how commercial pools can be made as energy efficient as possible while maintaining appropriate water-quality levels.

  • Selling Efficiency

    These days, many companies seem to be facing an unusual choice: “Go green” or go away

  • Setting the Record Straight

    There are more options than ever for customers looking to sanitize their pools and spas.