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Our Code of Ethics

In September 2023, the FSPA Board of Directors adopted a newly revised Code of Ethics that details the processes and procedures that both protect our industry and its consumers, as well as maintain accountability for FSPA members and their businesses. This Code of Ethics will better reflect FSPA’s high industry standards for the future, and ensure our members are the best of the best with the full support of their industry association behind them. By doing this, FSPA is also ensuring that consumers are receiving quality services from vetted FSPA members in good standing.

FSPA’s Code of Ethics is in place to ensure that all FSPA members abide by the following:

  • Remain in full legal compliance with state, federal, and occupational requirements as pertains to licensure, certificates, and endorsements
  • Follow all applicable building codes, standards, ordinances, and permitting requirements in every contracted project
  • Maintain diligence and consistency in communications with clients, FSPA members, FSPA staff, and other applicable parties
  • Be subject to FSPA’s now standardized complaint procedural process should the situation arise

Love My Pool the FSPA blog

When making a major purchasing decision you shop around, ask friends, and family for referrals, and weigh your options. When it comes to investing in your home by building and maintaining a pool or spa, choose a company committed to superior quality, innovation, and customer service. Of all the home improvements you can make, the […]

Reading contracts is an important part of building a pool.  Be sure you understand what you are paying for and what you will get. So you are getting ready to build your backyard oasis and you couldn’t be more excited. What exactly does that all look like anyway? First, make sure you carefully review your […]

The following is from the Florida Swims Foundation’s Blog:   By Mike Madry, FSPA/The Florida Swims Foundation Staff.     Dr. John Doherty knows first-hand how dangerous the water can be if you can’t swim. At age 11 he witnessed it firsthand, rescuing a young boy from a crowded and lively community pool during the middle […]