We’ve hit summer and that means swimming pools are coming back into everyone’s everyday life. Though we need to be safe around our pools to keep the joy and fun alive and healthy. Pool safety is a very important thing when owning and maintaining a pool. It should be at the forefront of the mind of any swimming pool owner just like the classic phrase, safety first! In this post we will be listing some available options to make you and your pool-goers’ swimming pool experience safer and thus more enjoyable.
As shown in the featured image of this post, pool fences are a simple and good looking way to make your in-ground swimming pool safer. Fences limit pool access while still allowing for visibility to the pool. Safer child-proof latches are a must so children can only get in the pool when you want them to.
If you have a pool ladder, you may also want to consider taking a hard look at it and judging it for who it really is. Is your pool ladder safe and sturdy? Will it break after a couple more climbs? Is it slippery or difficult to climb? All of these things and more are valuable observations for pool ladder safety. You may want to consider replacing your ladder if it is used often or old and worn out.
Pool alarms are one of the best ways to make sure your pool is safe and secure even when you’re not around it. Pool alarms come in all shapes and sizes but at the end of the day, they’re all pretty similar in function. Pool alarms will sound off when an object over about 10-15 pounds enters your swimming pool. This could be a dog or child but irregardless, it’ll make sure nothing is in your pool that you don’t want in your pool.
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