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Why choose a FSPA member?

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  1. License and insurance verified (when required). Upon joining and during annual renewal, the FSPA confirms the company has a licensed professional when required (water maintenance doesn’t need one, but repairs and building do). A copy of liability insurance and workers’ compensation (or an exemption) is also submitted. 
  2. No unresolved consumer complaints. Membership isn’t just a payment. Applicants are researched to find any complaints against their license, filed with the Better Business Bureau or significant issues in online reviews. Unresolved issues can prevent approval. 
  3. Code of ethics. FSPA members agree to a code of ethics when they join.  Ethics complaints can result in membership termination.
  4. Education and information. FSPA members have access to free education for everyone in the company, as well as, access to information, tips and best practices through weekly emails and a monthly magazine.


FSPA members are swimming pool builders, swimming pool maintenance and service professionals, swimming pool retail stores and other professions related to swimming pools.


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 […]