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Articles from Pool & Spa News (September 3, 2004)

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Better, stronger, faster: pool equipment is steadily becoming more advanced and efficient. Here, industry pros reveal new trends affecting heaters, pumps and filters. Mogharabi, Shabnam 1863
Bias in the media: the filter media of choice varies from region to region. Here, we examine the popularity of various types. Dumas, Bob 611
Cement shortage, steep material costs persist. Mogharabi, Shabnam 436
Gas prices drop--for now. Dumas, Bob 145
Groundbreaking for Aqualand held. 115
Hallam wins Ernst & Young award. 122
Horse power: horsepower ratings for pool and spa pumps are confusing and controversial. But that could soon change. Dumas, Bob 1605
Housing starts ascend. 110
It's in the bag. Taylor, Erika 339
Listen up: through active listening, you can build the kind of customer trust and rapport that most businesses only dream about. Barlow, Janelle M. 688
Master Tile acquires International Pool Tile. Mogharabi, Shabnam 282
New spot etching study released. Dumas, Bob 354
NSPI seeks feedback on new entrapment standard. 105
Overchlorinated pool injures 69. 113
Pool and spa industry stock market performance. 484
Pool prose: community-minded teens bring summer school to the pool. Keim, Joshua 500
Progressive design: how to tap into the budget-conscious aboveground market--and still make pool owners' dreams affordable. Brown, Amyjo 1376
Retail Concept Store designer chosen. Robledo, Rebecca 441
SCP declares 6th stock split, new CFO. 232
Seaside summit: the 2004 Pool Industry Expo makes waves in Monterey, Calif. Millunzi, Margi 706
Signature look: a Georgia retailer employs four key design elements to create spectacular spa installations. Randles, Julie Phillips 1223
Texas town denies Olympian his dream pool. 123
The little heat pump that could: the energy-efficient pool heat pump is growing in popularity. How far will it go? Yu, Rin-rin 1537
The perfect fit: when it comes to equipment rooms, builders have to squeeze pipes, fittings, valves and more into a limited space. Here, three builders show how they piece the puzzle together. Robledo, Rebecca 1580
Trading up: spa retailers can cash in on one of America's hottest marketing trends. Sturgeon, Julie 2476
Tropical Texas: this builder made sure his own backyard pool was child-friendly. 272
Two hair entrapments in California. Robledo, Rebecca 529
Up, up and away: robust second-quarter sales poise public companies for a strong fiscal year. Mogharabi, Shabnam 709
Violations abound at Arizona public pools. Dumas, Bob 402
What's revealed in your customers' backyards? Millunzi, Margi 285
Workplace discrimination: be crystal clear on antidiscrimination policies and procedures so that managers and employees know exactly where you--and they--stand. Fagan, George D. 567

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