Ocean Quest Pools is a member in good standing with the following industry associations:
- TXCBA / HBA Associate Member - "Texas Capitol Area Builders Association" AKA "Home Builders Association of Greater Austin"
- Visit the TXCBA Website
- The Home Builders Association of Greater Austin is a trade association to promote, protect and educate its members and inform the home buying public.
- APSP – “The Association of Pool Spa Professionals” (previously known as “National Pool and Spa Institute”)
- Visit the APSP Website
- APSP is the world's largest international trade association representing the swimming pool, spa, hot tub and recreational water industries.
- APSP members adhere to a code of ethics in business and technical practices and share a strong commitment to the safe, healthful, and enjoyable use of industry products
- PACE Product Advisory Board (“Paramount Advisory Committee Enterprise”)
- Visit the P.A.C.E. Website
- P.A.C.E. consists of pool builders from around the
country, working together to improve existing products while
planning future advancements for the automatic pool cleaning
industry. A number of improvements in the in-floor industry
are a direct result of this advisory board.
- CARECRAFT Industry Consortium
- Visit the CARECRAFT Industry Consortium Website
- Carecraft is composed of pool/spa designers, builders,
and accessory supply retailers across the United States
who have joined together to form a nationwide member-owned
- Only select industry professionals are invited to join,
and all must pass rigorous standards of quality control,
reputation, and customer relations, in addition to customer
concern of each company.
- Carecraft was created for consumers to ensure the
highest quality in all aspects of pool design
- “When you invest in a Carecraft member company, you are
assured of the finest equipment and experienced workmanship,
all at a price that is tailored to your budget and
- Certified Building Professional™
- Visit the APSP's Certified Building Professional Website
- The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals™ (APSP) has developed the most comprehensive testing program for today's builders to demonstrate their mastery of the latest techniques in pool and spa construction.
- Choosing a CBP means you're hiring a builder who has
demonstrated knowledge of state-of-the-art pool and spa
- Construction standards approved by the American National Standards Institute.
- APSP workmanship standards.
- Government regulatory requirements.
- Compaction, excavation and soil.
- Stabilization techniques.
- Heaters, decks and other accessories.
- "Our members build the most beautiful pools and spas in
the world," says Bill Weber, President and CEO of APSP.
"When consumers work with an APSP-certified builder, they
can rest assured that the beauty is not just skin deep.
Their pool and spa will be built using the most current
standards and technology, and built to last."
Better Business Bureau of Central Texas.
- Visit the Better Business Bureau Website of Central Texas
- The BBB is a private, non-profit organization whose
mission is to promote and foster the highest ethical
standards between companies and their customers in the areas
- Dependable Service
- Honesty In Advertising
- Honest Business Practices
- Reliable Complaint Handling Procedures
- To be a member of the BBB, an applicant must:
- Be invited to apply for membership by a staff person or Director of the Bureau.
- Be actively engaged in business, in the BBB's service area, for no less than 6 months.
- Supply background information about the company, its principals or other information deemed essential to the BBB.
- Cooperate with the BBB's activities and efforts to promote voluntary self-regulation within the business industry.
- Adhere to established BBB standards of advertising and selling, including the Code of Online Business Practices for online businesses that apply for the BBBOnLine Reliability logo, and cooperate with the BBB in matters relating thereto.
- Promptly respond to any and all complaints forwarded by the BBB, and make good faith efforts to resolve all such complaints in accordance with generally accepted good business practices.
- Comply with any decisions rendered through the Bureau's or an alternative provider's binding arbitration program.
- Eliminate the underlying causes of patterns of consumer complaints that the BBB may call to the company's attention.
- Be free from an unsatisfactory report at the BBB in whose service area the company is headquartered.
- Be free from any governmental action concerning the marketplace and its customers that demonstrates a significant failure of the company to support the principals and purposes of the BBB.
- Support the principles and purposes of the BBB and not engage in any activity that reflects unfavorably on the BBB and its members.
- Refrain from using the name or logo of the BBB for commercial, sales or advertising purposes in any manner not specifically authorized in writing by the BBB.
- Promptly notify the Bureau of any changes in ownership, licensing status, addresses, telephone numbers, web site and any other information deemed necessary by the Bureau.
- Fulfill all licensing and bonding requirements of applicable city, county, state and federal agencies and authorities, and provide license numbers upon application for BBB membership and provide periodic updates on request of the BBB.
- REVOCATIONS: A membership may be revoked by the BBB's Board of Directors for failure to comply with the above. In the event its BBB membership is revoked, the revocation may be published in the company's BBB reliability report for one year.