swimming pool association

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Welcome to the Florida Swimming Pool Association – a trade association for companies related to the swimming pool industry. Use the options in the menu bars above or below to navigate the site and don’t forget to check out the members’ only area by logging into your account on the right.

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The Florida Swimming Pool Association was founded in 1959 and has 16 chapters across the state. The 700 member companies state-wide are involved in their local community, sponsoring water safety events and fundraising for local charities, and actively advocate for the swimming pool industry.

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Mission: Advancing Florida’s swimming pool industry.
To support safety education and swim lessons, visit the Swimming Pool Education and Safety Foundation at www.PoolEducationandSafety.org
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Below The Surface the Industry blog

By Brett Holland, Treasure Pools /  brett@treasurepoolsfl.com  It is 2018 and the demand for ozone is continuing to rise for residential swimming pools.  Consumers and industry professionals are both becoming more aware of the downsides of traditional sanitizers, such as salt chlorine generators, liquid chlorine and stand-alone tablet feeders.  Ozone was first discovered 170 years […]

The scholarship application for the 2018-2019 FSPA Scholarship Program is ready!  Dependents of owners or company employees (of 2+ years) are welcome to download the application.  All materials are due in the office by June 29.  Spread the word to any company staff with graduating high schoolers or college students.

A situation a Florida business ran into recently made us believe that a short article on this subject might be of value.  The US Department of Labor contacted this business as a result of a former employee complaint.  The individual was a pool service technician who was paid per pool serviced vs. by an hourly […]