Archive for tag: Pool Safety

5 Questions to Ask When Buying a House with an Inground Pool »

When you're in the market for a new home, chances are you'll come across a few properties that come with an inground pool.   

Mid-Season Check-In: Is Your Pool Staying Healthy? »

We’re just past the halfway mark of the season – which means it’s time to do a quick check-in on how your pool is holding up.    

Commit to Pool Safety During National Water Safety Month »

May is National Water Safety Month – the perfect time to recommit to safety and to reeducate yourself on these best practices as we head into swimming season.   

Should You Put A Fence Around Your Swimming Pool? »

As an owner of a residential swimming pool, one decision that you're faced with is whether or not to install a fence around the perimeter of your pool. While some local codes require pools of certain sizes to be fenced, many areas leave it up to the owner. If a fence is not required in your area, the necessity of one is largely dependent on your unique situation. In most cases, a fence is a great way to provide additional privacy, security and safety to your pool. Children Swimm  

Simple Steps to a Safer Pool »

As residential pool owners, we have the responsibility of patrolling our pools and making sure we abide by the highest safety standards for everyone that uses the pool. This means both utilizing the safest pool equipment and ensuring we are prepared to handle any incident that might occur. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 3,443 unintentional drownings in the United States in 2007 alone. The majority of these fatalities happen in residential pools a