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Welcome to the Pool & Spa industry, revolutionized!
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Water TV Aligns with the APSP North Texas Chapter
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Water TV and Manny Rivera from Benchmark Pools and spas and President of the APSP North Texas Chapter.

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Water TV takes an Inside Look At One Of The Most Luxury Glass Tile Show Rooms
Swimming pool glass tile Sicis Glass Mosaic

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Swimming Pool Automation Controllers
Watch this video on swimming pool automation
Stay In Control Of Clean Water,
Easily And Automatically 
Watch this video on swimming pool automation. IPS chemical controllers are designed to keep chemicals balanced and water clean and clear with the push of a button. All of o ur products are easy to install with guaranteed reliability and the assurance of NSF Certification under NSF/ANSI 50 on all models. Our advanced technology takes care of the chemical science for you by automatically monitoring, adjusting and dispensing the correct amount of chemicals based on user demand, ensuring optimal sanitizer levels for any pool or spa.

Where There’s Water
Effectively manage chemical levels for pools, spas and water features of all sizes, anywhere—hotels, condominiums, aquatic centers, schools, public facilities, homes and more.

It Was Time To Take Control
In 2006, five veteran industry professionals formed IPS Controllers to bring simplicity to the complicated and critical business of keeping pool and spa water cleaner and safer. This team of engineers, designers, manufacturers and field specialists possesses 64+ years of collective knowledge and they have harnessed it in a line of American-made chemical controllers that make the science of affecting pH and ORPlevels simpler and more efficient.

IPS Controllers is committed to the advancement of the health and safety of pool and spa water. Our principals, associates and products are readily available to assist in your efforts to keep water clean and healthy for the benefit and enjoyment of your guests or customers.

For new installations, for automation of existing chemical control systems, or for custom solutions, enjoy a new level of ease and peace-of-mind with IPS Controllers.

Chuck Woolstenhulme
Chuck Woolstenhulme has a 35 year pool industry background that includes service, construction, and equipment manufacturing. Over the past 30 years he has been responsible for the development and manufacturing of various products for the pool & spa industry, including ORP & pH controllers, pool equipment automation systems, and automatic pool cleaners. Don’t be surprised if you reach Chuck when you call us!

Ted Richards
Ted Richards has over 20 years of experience in the sales and servicing of ORP & pH controls in markets all over the Southwest. His real life, in field experience has proven invaluable to our customers over the years. If you have a question about pool chemistry, Ted is the resource for you.

www.ipscontrollers.com

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Soils engineering on swimming pools. When I think of building my dream swimming pool or spa, soil quality is certainly not the first thing that comes to mind. What do we focus on? If you’re like me, you focus on beauty, comfort, having the hottest place to cool down in the middle of summer, and the ideal spot for hosting friends and family; but no matter how you choose to build your dream space, the foundation is the key. It makes sense then that testing the quality of soil is just as important as all the beautification that will go in to creating your ideal pool and spa lifestyle.

So why should you care about the soil when you’re just going to pour in a bunch of concrete and fill ‘er up with water? Well, you’re investing in a commodity that will last you and yours for years to come if done correctly from the very start. For the amount of information you will receive to begin your project right and minimize any issues that may arise, a little soil testing goes a long way. For a fraction of your total costs, we’re talking about 10%, you can have a professional soils engineer test your site by taking a soil sample with minimal damage to the area; then send that sample to the lab to determine the components that make up the soil and the best way to create an ideal foundation for your swimming pool and spa; a process not typically performed, but highly recommended by industry professionals. By knowing the soil properties, you put yourself ahead of the game in planning and avoiding the most common structural failures, such as concrete swimming pool and spa foundation issues.

Let’s look at some examples of how testing the soil before construction can help in the planning and construction of a new pool or spa:

If the soil is full of salts or organic elements, it can adversely affect the structure of the pool, especially the metal components, by causing oxidation of the materials. Removing these components creates uniform soil content, which is ideal for building the foundation shell of your pool.

If the soil is loose you risk experiencing shifting and settling around the structure, causing cracking in the foundation.

If the soil is not ideal for drainage, you may end up with too much moisture in the surrounding areas, causing soil expansion, and ultimately cracking. The suitability of the soil is extremely important for creating a safe place to build a pool foundation.

It is clear that the safety and quality of the pool foundation starts with what you are building on. The strength of the pool structure depends on the components of the soil. By investing in soil engineering, you are preparing for, and in many cases preventing, foreseeable problems in the construction of your pool.

So instead of just digging a hole, pouring in a foundation, and risking future structural damage, make the investment in testing your future swimming pool or spa site. A little money towards investigating the quality of ground components can prevent you from dumping more money into maintaining your pool or spa in the future.

Browse through more of Water TV’s collection of informational videos to discover more ways to create the perfect residential pool and spa.

Welcome to the Pool & Spa industry, revolutionized!

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Soils engineering on swimming pools. When I think of building my dream swimming pool or spa, soil quality is certainly not the first thing that comes to mind. What do we focus on? If you’re like me, you focus on beauty, comfort, having the hottest place to cool down in the middle of summer, and the ideal spot for hosting friends and family; but no matter how you choose to build your dream space, the foundation is the key. It makes sense then that testing the quality of soil is just as important as all the beautification that will go in to creating your ideal pool and spa lifestyle.

So why should you care about the soil when you’re just going to pour in a bunch of concrete and fill ‘er up with water? Well, you’re investing in a commodity that will last you and yours for years to come if done correctly from the very start. For the amount of information you will receive to begin your project right and minimize any issues that may arise, a little soil testing goes a long way. For a fraction of your total costs, we’re talking about 10%, you can have a professional soils engineer test your site by taking a soil sample with minimal damage to the area; then send that sample to the lab to determine the components that make up the soil and the best way to create an ideal foundation for your swimming pool and spa; a process not typically performed, but highly recommended by industry professionals. By knowing the soil properties, you put yourself ahead of the game in planning and avoiding the most common structural failures, such as concrete swimming pool and spa foundation issues.

Let’s look at some examples of how testing the soil before construction can help in the planning and construction of a new pool or spa:

If the soil is full of salts or organic elements, it can adversely affect the structure of the pool, especially the metal components, by causing oxidation of the materials. Removing these components creates uniform soil content, which is ideal for building the foundation shell of your pool.

If the soil is loose you risk experiencing shifting and settling around the structure, causing cracking in the foundation.

If the soil is not ideal for drainage, you may end up with too much moisture in the surrounding areas, causing soil expansion, and ultimately cracking. The suitability of the soil is extremely important for creating a safe place to build a pool foundation.

It is clear that the safety and quality of the pool foundation starts with what you are building on. The strength of the pool structure depends on the components of the soil. By investing in soil engineering, you are preparing for, and in many cases preventing, foreseeable problems in the construction of your pool.

So instead of just digging a hole, pouring in a foundation, and risking future structural damage, make the investment in testing your future swimming pool or spa site. A little money towards investigating the quality of ground components can prevent you from dumping more money into maintaining your pool or spa in the future.

Browse through more of Water TV’s collection of informational videos to discover more ways to create the perfect residential pool and spa.

Welcome to the Pool & Spa industry, revolutionized!

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Soils engineering on swimming pools. When I think of building my dream swimming pool or spa, soil quality is certainly not the first thing that comes to mind. What do we focus on? If you’re like me, you focus on beauty, comfort, having the hottest place to cool down in the middle of summer, and the ideal spot for hosting friends and family; but no matter how you choose to build your dream space, the foundation is the key. It makes sense then that testing the quality of soil is just as important as all the beautification that will go in to creating your ideal pool and spa lifestyle.

So why should you care about the soil when you’re just going to pour in a bunch of concrete and fill ‘er up with water? Well, you’re investing in a commodity that will last you and yours for years to come if done correctly from the very start. For the amount of information you will receive to begin your project right and minimize any issues that may arise, a little soil testing goes a long way. For a fraction of your total costs, we’re talking about 10%, you can have a professional soils engineer test your site by taking a soil sample with minimal damage to the area; then send that sample to the lab to determine the components that make up the soil and the best way to create an ideal foundation for your swimming pool and spa; a process not typically performed, but highly recommended by industry professionals. By knowing the soil properties, you put yourself ahead of the game in planning and avoiding the most common structural failures, such as concrete swimming pool and spa foundation issues.

Let’s look at some examples of how testing the soil before construction can help in the planning and construction of a new pool or spa:

If the soil is full of salts or organic elements, it can adversely affect the structure of the pool, especially the metal components, by causing oxidation of the materials. Removing these components creates uniform soil content, which is ideal for building the foundation shell of your pool.

If the soil is loose you risk experiencing shifting and settling around the structure, causing cracking in the foundation.

If the soil is not ideal for drainage, you may end up with too much moisture in the surrounding areas, causing soil expansion, and ultimately cracking. The suitability of the soil is extremely important for creating a safe place to build a pool foundation.

It is clear that the safety and quality of the pool foundation starts with what you are building on. The strength of the pool structure depends on the components of the soil. By investing in soil engineering, you are preparing for, and in many cases preventing, foreseeable problems in the construction of your pool.

So instead of just digging a hole, pouring in a foundation, and risking future structural damage, make the investment in testing your future swimming pool or spa site. A little money towards investigating the quality of ground components can prevent you from dumping more money into maintaining your pool or spa in the future.

Browse through more of Water TV’s collection of informational videos to discover more ways to create the perfect residential pool and spa.

Welcome to the Pool & Spa industry, revolutionized!
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