Our Mission: “To be the leader of the swimming pool service industry, providing the highest level of service to our customers.”
Founded in 1984, American Pool Enterprises, Inc. is the largest commercial swimming pool management, swimming pool maintenance, swimming pool construction and recreational facility management operation in the United States. Headquartered in Owings Mills, Maryland, American Pool Enterprises, Inc. has 22 branches in 13 U.S. States as well as a location in Canada.
At this time, operations are concentrated primarily along the U.S. East coast. Current expansion efforts will rapidly broaden this base.
Servicing over 3000 commercial swimming facilities and over 7,000 residential pools, American Pool Enterprises also employs over 5,000 lifeguards in addition to 250 full-time, year round employees.
Our vast expertise in the aquatics industry extends to the following services:
- Swimming Pool Management and Lifeguard Services
- Swimming Pool Maintenance
- Swimming Pool Construction — New Build
- Swimming Pool Repair and Renovation
- Fountain and Water Features Construction
Above all else, safety is our top priority. At all times, we strive to achieve the safest environment for you and the patrons at your facility.
For more information on American Pool Enterprises, visit us at www.americanpool.com
We Care about the Environment: Blue is the New Green
As the U.S. industry leader in swimming pool management, maintenance and construction, it is our responsibility to take charge and raise the standards by which we operate. We recognize that we can reduce our environmental impact, and that of our clients, by improving our operating practices and using more sustainable materials and equipment. The opportunity to reduce the burden on our local and regional environments is something that we take seriously and are committed to achieving.
APEI is dedicated to continuous environmental improvements in our overall operations and has created an environmental steering committee. The steering committee responsibilities include: goal setting, program design and the creation of the monitoring and reporting mechanisms.
We Care about our Communities
American Pool Enterprises Takes Part in Pool for Pools
On Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 American Pool Enterprises, Inc. held a fundraising event to benefit the Make a Splash foundation, raising nearly $5,000. All proceeds will benefit the Jewish Community Center in Baltimore, and the funds will be used to instruct visitors how to swim. These swimming lessons will be both for children and adults and will take place the week before Memorial Day 2012. The lessons are open to anyone who wishes to register.
Bill Kirkner, aquatics director at the JCC, was present at the event and informed all those who attended that last year the funds raised provided swimming lessons for approximately 600 people. This year, American Pool Enterprises was able to exceed the amount raised last year, allowing even more people to learn how to swim this year.
American Pool and Enterprise Rent a Car raise $4,000 for “Make a Splash”
On October 20, 2009, APEI and Enterprise co-hosted a charity event to raise funds for the “Make a Splash Swim Lesson Program.”
Make a Splash is a national child-focused water safety initiative created by the USA Swimming Foundation. It works by aligning the nation’s top learn-to-swim resources in an effort to save lives. Make a Splash educates parents through a national awareness campaign,saves lives by joining forces with grassroots learn-to-swim programs and reaches thousands of children through wide-reaching, in-school materials.
The fundraising event, “Pool for Pools,” was a joint effort between APEI and Enterprise. The event, coordinated by Walter Shoup (APEI) and Jessica Schuleri (Enterprise), was a night of shooting pool. Teams paid a $100 entry fee, all of which went to charity and the two companies paid for the night and made contributions as well to raise a total of $4000. The winner of the event was the team of Scott Small (API Regional Manager) and Dave Wine. The money was turned over to the JCC of Baltimore, a local partner of Make-a Splash, and will be used specifically for swimming instruction to those who otherwise would not have it. Last year the JCC taught 83 people too swim when they conducted their first program. This year, with the monies we raised, the JCC will be able to teach close to 300 people to swim.