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Need advice

Postby Scott2016 » Mon 03 Oct, 2016 04:29

Hi ,
We have just purchased a new house and it has a pool. But I am worried about my kids . I know my boys will get much fun out of it, though.
Anyway, what can I do to increase safety around the pool? If anyway has one of these or similar how do you find them? I have heard about Protection plus. Are they effective? Any advice would be great.

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Re: Need advice

Postby Denniswiseman » Mon 03 Oct, 2016 17:19

I have a covered pool so I don't have a problem but a fence round the pool would help but No1 would be to get them swimming for there safety and piece of mind
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Re: Need advice

Postby kaylee » Mon 16 Jan, 2017 05:25

I haven't used the one you have mentioned. But I feel it great in the sense of protection for your kids.
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Re: Need advice

Postby Poonamdpi » Fri 11 Aug, 2017 02:41

You should be covered your pool for the safety of the children. You can also add a four-sided isolation fence. It is the best barrier as it completely surrounds the pools.
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Re: Need advice

Postby EllenBaker » Wed 20 Sep, 2017 06:08

Fences are especially important for in-ground pools. The recommended height of a pool fence is a minimum of 48 inches. This height prevents young children from climbing over to access the pool area. The barrier must also be free of significant openings underneath or in-between the barrier links. Above-ground pools do not usually require a fence, but a glass pool fencing can be used to enclose entrance points in order to provide maximum protection. This can be helpful to protect your kids.
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Re: Need advice

Postby azulverde » Wed 18 Oct, 2017 04:09

The easiest and best way is to make your children learn swimming and water safety guidelines. I recently visited a friend in Phoenix. I particularly liked how some architects in Arizona are making a separate kids play zone within the backyard. These are so compact yet innovative, filled with interactive stuffs for children, that they rarely come out of the separate area.

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