Texas Pool & Spa Coalition

The Texas Pool & Spa Coalition (TPSC) protects the interests of the Texas pool and spa industry and the consumer through education and advocacy, while promoting superior standards of safety and efficiency. By uniting lawmakers and industry, we work to bring about effective and sustainable change.

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This is your critical opportunity to help your business while reducing energy usage and consumer costs. Please contact the Texas State Energy Conservation Office and ask that swimming pool appliances be specifically included as qualifying products in their forthcoming Home Efficiency and Electrification Rebate Program under section 50121.

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See which states have submitted their full and administrative applications to receive IRA funding here.

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The Residential Appliance Installer License is required for all pool and spa service people that are replacing or repairing swimming pool and spa electrical equipment in Texas. If you have been replacing pumps since 2009 without a license, you are subject to fines of $2,000-$5,000 per incident - and they can ask to see your records for the last 4 years!

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By joining the Coalition, you are taking a stand for what matters most and supporting our legislative advocacy efforts.

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The TPSC believes in empowering business owners. Check out all of the resources available to you.

Let's Pool Together in Texas

The pool, hot tub, and spa industry is an important part of the Texas economy.

From the tens of thousands of small business owners and employees to the millions of dollars in economic output, the pool and hot tub industry is critical to Texas’ economy. Pool construction alone employs hundreds of local residents, and requires permit fees and employee payroll taxes to be paid, all of which help stimulate local economies. Pool builders, distributors, and retailers live and work in our communities and are a vital part of the workforce.

Recognizing that drought will continue to plague the globe due to increased climate challenges, the Let’s Pool Together campaign is designed to be a resource for pool owners to help them learn more about optimizing their pools and spas to save water and reduce water waste.


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