at 915 L St, Ste 1110, Sacramento, 95814 United States
CPSA is the association that unites all professionals in the swimming pool and spa industry under one umbrella.
CPSA is the association that unites all professionals in the swimming pool and spa industry under one umbrella. Together, we promote businesses, protect industry interests at the State level, create swimming pool and spa industry partnerships for success, and provide professionalism-enhancing opportunities for members to grow. Our members include California’s swimming pool and spa builders, swimming pool and spa service companies, manufacturers and distributors, and other industry associations. CPSA adheres to a mission statement and code of ethics that support the swimming pool and spa industry in the state of California.
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Did you get tagged in the #IceBucketChallenge? Well then while you're raising money and awareness for ALS make sure you get dunked on your lawn or in the pool so the water doesn't go to waste! Benefiting a good cause and saving water at the same time - what could be better than that?
We are about to participate in a Twitter chat regarding the California drought starting at 11 AM PDT. Come track the #SunsetChat tag to participate and learn about this pressing issue!
This weekend, Adams Pool Specialties is hosting the 1st annual Adams Pools Invitational Golf Tournament, and it will be benefiting the CPSA! This even will be a ton of fun and go to supporting the industry in Sacramento and the whole of California. There will be raffle prizes to be won, a putting contest, and prize money for those who compete. $175 per player includes the game, a cart, and a dinner afterwards. If you wish to register or pledge a donation contact Rodger Berry at 916-388-2000. Come on out, it'll be a great time!
The CPSA would like to offer big thanks to the Independent Pool & Spa Service Association for generously donating the $1,200 proceeds of their silent auction at the Pool Industry Expo this year to our association. IPSSA has been a wonderful supporter of the CPSA in all of our efforts, and especially with the drought crisis fund as they provided the first donation of $15,000 that got the campaign underway. All of their hard work is greatly appreciated by the CPSA, and we look forward to being able to collaborate with them again in the future!
Yesterday, the Contractors State License Board reached an impressive milestone that took 85 years to accomplish. Do you have any guesses what it might be?
The CPSA is going to the 2015 Water Conservation Showcase in San Francisco tomorrow - come stop by booth 46 to say hello and get some information on saving even more water with your pool this summer!
Are you going to the Western Pool and Spa Show this weekend in Long Beach? The CPSA will be busy staffing booth 442 for the whole show, so stop on by to take a look at our drought materials, membership information, and a demonstration of our brand new consumer website. The Western Pool and Spa Show is one of the premier showcases for the pool and spa industry, and we look forward to the chance to meet professionals from all over the state. The show begins on Thursday March 12th and runs through Saturday March 14th - we hope to see you there!
Remember to clear out your drains and cover your pools, Northern California! There's a big storm headed this way, and taking a few moments to prepare can make all the difference to prevent flooding and damage. Stay safe!
Northern California! There's a massive storm heading your way, so make sure you're prepared for all of the rain that's going to fall. A few simple steps can help protect your home from flooding and damage, and taking care of your pool is an essential part of that. Clear out the leaves from your gutters and debris away from your storm drains so that all of the water can drain away safely. Cover your pool or check to make sure the cover doesn't have any holes to keep excess water out of your pool and falling leaves and branches away from your drains and filters. And just in case the power goes out or roads get flooded, make sure that you have a few days worth of food, water, batteries, and other essentials. Stay safe everyone!