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Being water smart is more than

sink or swim...

As we dive into the swimming season, maintaining smart practices around your pools is essential for a safe and enjoyable experience. Safety, especially for non-swimmers, should be a top priority. Implementing & checking your barriers like fences and pool covers can prevent accidents, while ensuring constant supervision around water bodies is crucial. Enrolling non-swimmers in swimming lessons especially if you/parents are non swimmers. Rule of thumb... any pool owner should be the last one to the table at the BBQ/party... You should be the last one to walk the pool & pool deck and to close and lock the gate, then you get to enjoy the party. Maintaining your floatation devices and having lifejackets for anyone who is uncomfortable of the water, adds an extra layer of protection. 


 Water chemistry plays a vital role in pool maintenance. Regularly testing and balancing the pool's pH levels, chlorine, and alkalinity is key to preventing waterborne illnesses and maintaining water clarity. It's important to follow manufacturer guidelines for pool chemicals and store them securely out of reach of children to avoid accidents. This is often overlooked and possibly life threating conditions. If you don't understand pool chemistry we can help you become "water smart". Learning this will extend the life of all of you equipment and the integrity of your pool or spas structure and piping. 


 When it comes to pool safety equipment, having life-saving tools like life rings, reaching poles, and first aid kits easily accessible can make a significant difference in emergency situations. Additionally, ensuring that all pool equipment, such as pumps and filters, are well-maintained and in good working condition is essential for a safe swimming environment. Teaching all new comers how to ask for help and show them where they can't stand with their head out of the water. 


 By being vigilant about safety measures for non-swimmers, maintaining proper water chemistry, having essential safety equipment on hand, and keeping pool equipment in top shape, you can create a secure and enjoyable environment for all swimmers this swimming season. Remember, a little preparation and caution can go a long way in ensuring a fun and safe pool experience for everyone.

We hope you have a safe & fun swimming season and want you to know we are only a call away, we got you covered. We have been bring vacation home for over 30 years. 




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