swimming pool association

Welcome Industry Professionals

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. Check out the latest info here.



Have you ever wanted to offer free education to your employees?

  • We offer free continuing education to all member companies and their employees.

Have you seen our awesome member benefits, but you weren’t sure you could use them?

  • Now is the time to try them out!

Have a question or concern about current legislation affecting the swimming pool and spa industry?

  • FSPA has avenues for you to find your solution and voice your thoughts.
If you’re a current member and need your member ID and password, please contact our office for more information. If you are not yet a member, please take a look at our member services and join today!
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

Below The Surface the Industry blog

The summer of 2016 has proven to be quite the season! Congrats to all winners and thank you to all who participated in the FSPA 2016 social media contest! 1st Place: Landmark Pools, Inc.  2nd Place: Full Circle Landings LLC 3rd Place: Blue Ribbon Pools    

FSPA dues are an investment in your business!  What kind of rate of return is it worth?  In 2010 the return on investment (ROI) was figured to be 6x the cost at a value of $3,075.  This year new and current programs were analyzed and discussed by the Board of Directors and the ROI has […]

Governor Rick Scott recently signed House Bill 535, which includes important updates to sections 489.1401-143, F.S., permitting payments to injured residential consumers from the Florida Homeowners Recovery Fund for both Division I and Division II scopes of work. Effective July 1, 2016, all licensed contractors, both Division I and Division II, must ensure that the […]