More stories about Water

  • About Lifts

    Last year, the Americans with Disabilities Act was codified to spell out exactly what requirements public pools and spas need to meet in order to become compliant with the law

  • Texas Bills Push for Water Safety

    Three drowning-prevention bills recently were introduced in the Texas legislature

  • 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.