APSP offers a variety of categories for membership. Below is a detailed list of categories as well as the benefits and application associated to each.
Business to Business Firms
Firms whose major (70%) business is the wholesaling of goods manufactured by others. No single customer shall constitute 50% or more of the firm’s sales.
Firms manufacturing or fabricating products or components, including complete swimming pool units, spas, and hot tub units.
A firm or individual representing two or more different manufacturers and brands (any size firm).
Business To Consumer Firms
Firms that build, install, and renovate swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, and water features.
Firms that operate a retail store open to the public offering a variety of industry products, spanning more than one manufacturers’ brand(s).
Firms that service and maintain swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, water features.
Single-Person Service Company
Person servicing and maintaining swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, water features.
An entity operating a single commercial or semi-public swimming pool, spa, or hot tub facility.
Professional Pool Management
Firms or individuals providing professional management services for public and semi-public swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, and water features.
Not-for-profit individuals and organizations, government entities, trade or professional associations, research or academic institutions.
Manufacturers and distributors not directly related to the manufacture or operation of pools, spas, or hot tubs, but more related to the backyard experience.
Firms or individuals that provide professional services. Includes consultants in designing, building, and operation, architects, landscapers, finance and lending firms, bookstores, advertising, PR, and insurance agencies/agents.
Member not generating any income from the industry. Former dues-paying member.