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How Can I Keep My Children Safe In The Pool?

It is almost swimming pool party season. You want your family and friends to have fun when you have a swimming pool on your property. But your pool can also be a place of danger, especially for children. Read now to learn how to keep children as safe as possible during the summer months.

When you want to create a safe pool environment, you want to make sure only children five years or older are allowed in the pool. No matter the age of children in your pool, never leave them unattended near or in the pool.

To keep children safe, always have plenty of safety equipment near the pool at all times. One important safety tool you should have near your pool is a shepherd’s hook, which is used to pull someone out of the water. You should also invest in a pool fence. A protective fence will help keep little children from falling in the pool by accident. The standard pool safety fence should be at least six feet high and have a lock on the gate.

Also, be sure you learn CPR. You may never have to use it but it is always good to know if someone in your pool is unable to swim. It is better to be safe than sorry. Remember,it only takes a second for someone to become a victim of drowning.

Once you take these safety precautions, you can focus more on swimming being fun for the kids.

If you need safety features installed for your pool, hire Sunrise Premiere Builders LLC.

Sunrise Premiere Pool Builders LLC does not only install new pools and do pool renovations but provides pool services and supplies of automatic cleaners, automatic covers & mesh covers, pumps & filters, Chemicals, Special lighting systems, salt generating systems, heaters, and pool toys. We can transform your pool environment into a new, private oasis, check out our offers.

If you have any questions about pool renovations or need installments, contact Sunrise Premiere Pool Builders LLC. By calling 410-349-3852 or clicking here today!

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Source: Swimming Pools: Pool Safety For Children