By Brett Lloyd Abbott, MYM Austin Inc.
I was heart-broken a few weeks ago when I read Mike Farley's article in the March issue of Watershapes…Continue
Added by Brett Abbott on March 31, 2011 at 4:12pm — No Comments
I wanted to take this time to say goodbye to everyone, and thank Rex for such an awesome website. As of today SolarAttic and I came to an agreement which resulted in me stepping down as VP of Sales & Marketing. It has been a great opportunity and I am very greatful. If you have any questions concerning SolarAttic's awesome pool heaters contact Ed Palmer at the main office.
Sincerely, James Kantorowicz
Vinyl covered steps have been a slip concern since they were first installed before there were any other options like plastic, or fiberglass models. With recent trends consumers are looking for vinyl pools which look more like concrete pools. So more vinyl covered steps are being sold with pattern over the step for the "look". Many dealers are concerned over the risk of slipping as are many of the liner manufacturers. This is such a worry that the vinyl film makers developed textured vinyl…Continue
Added by Scott Tarr on March 19, 2011 at 7:52am — No Comments
Anybody know the requirement for deck tile placement in Philly? Customer of ours, using a non pool guy to pour a deck up there. He is pleading with me to give him this answer
How far from pool edge to deck tile need to be placed? Within 18"? or is in the coping ok with local code up there?
Added by Charles Allen on March 17, 2011 at 1:16pm — No Comments
I like to keep up on industry events and information, so I am on all sorts of mailing lists from trade magazines, industry blogs and other such sources. I am constantly reading.
Today I read an article that has me VERY concerned. I received the always anticipated Pool & Spa News Insider report, and the first topic of discussion was titled "Retailers Confront Industry Challenges." Well, of course I clicked away, got my coffee ready and brought out the reading…Continue
How many of the men out there have a remote control Helicopter or Car? How many of the women have spouses who have one?
Last weekend there was a new addition to my household: The SYMA S107 Gyro Metal Frame Coaxial 3 Channel Indoor Ready to Fly Helicopter. It reminds me of a Dragonfly -- one that has been hired by the FBI for a reconnaissance mission. It is quite fun.
It was sold before we ever walked into the store, so to be honest,…Continue