Pool safety starts here.
How safe is your pool? CPSC recommends that all residential pool owners adopt water safety steps to prevent children from accessing the water when there is no adult supervision, and they are appropriately protected when an adult is available to supervise.
By asking and answering these critical questions, you can gauge the effectiveness of your water safety measures, and determine what steps need to be taken to protect children from drowning and submersion injuries.
- Is there a fence around the perimeter of your pool?
- Are there self-closing and self-latching gates?
- Are there door, gate or pool alarms in use?
- Does your pool have anti-entrapment drain covers that are compliant with the P&SS Act?
- Are all pool and spa covers in working order?
- Has the public pool or spa you use been inspected to ensure it is compliant with federal, state and local laws?
- Has someone in the family received training in CPR, first aid and emergency response?
- Has everyone learned to swim?
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Make pool safety a priority
There are a variety of things you can do to keep your pool safe.
- Add a pool fence: In Minnesota, it is state law to have a fence around your yard if you have a pool. But there are other products that get closer to the pool to protect your children from water hazards when they’re playing in the backyard. Our life saver pool fence is the best solution – detailed below – for making pool safety a priority.
- Add a pool alarm: there are several pool alarms on the market that sound an alarm if someone falls or jumps into the pool when they’re not supervised, and we can make a recommendation for the best one to fit your needs during your home consultation.
- Use a pool safety cover: The best pool safety covers are tight enough to walk across when closed and are an excellent safety measure for keeping your family safe when your pool is not in use.
- Add a self-closing self-latching pool gate: If your pool fence doesn’t already have a self-closing, self-latching gate, it’s possible for the gate to be left open enough for your children to sneak through and into the pool. Our life saver pool fence includes this type of latch to keep you protected.
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Life Saver Pool Fence of Minnesota
Life Saver Pool Fence has been providing baby, child, and pet safety solutions for residential swimming pools for over a decade. This removable swimming pool fence has proven to be an effective drowning prevention aid for more than thirty-five years in the United States.
Life Saver’s pool fence is a removable mesh pool fence designed specifically to provide a barrier around residential swimming pools for toddlers and young children. The fence is installed in sections to provide convenience for easy removal and reinstallation by the homeowner.
We are Minnesota’s trained Life Saver Pool Fence installation team. Let us help you protect your family with a better pool safety fence today.