Pool Guard has had a long presence in the Temecula Murrieta area, and is perfectly suited to provide you with the experience in the Pool Safety Industry to keep your kids safe from swimming pool drowning. All through out Riverside County we have been providing Mesh Removable Pool Fences, Pool Safety Nets and Pool Covers to parents with questions on how to keep their children water safe.
We recommend a layering approach to Pool Safety in the Temecula area. What is layering? It’s a simple concept and a important pool safety rule to follow. Simple put, don’t rely on just one way to keep your kids safe from pools.
•When visiting other homes for parties or BBQs don’t assume others are watching your kids. Unless their is a life guard it’s not a good time to relax.
•Never leave a child unsupervised near a pool. Appoint a “designated watcher” to protect children when swimming.
• Children should never run, push or jump on others around water.
• Know which of your child’s friends and neighbors have pools. Be sure they will have adult supervision.
• If a child is missing, check the pool first — seconds count in preventing death or disability.
Use more that one of the listed methods below. Thats Layering.
• Install four-sided, non claimable, fence that provides isolation of the pool from the home, with self-closing and self-latching gates. Never prop open a gate. We recommend temporary and safe Mesh Removable Pool Fences.
• Pool alarms and door alarms can provide extra protection. But don’t rely on them to keep kids safe.
•Use a Pool Cover to keeps the kids safe from the pool and get the extra benefit of a clean pool.
•Pool Safety Nets are great for La Cresta views and safety at the same time.
•Children should learn to swim. Enroll them in lessons with qualified instructors when ready, usually after age 4. If you can’t swim, enroll with your kids.
• Do not consider young children to be drown-proof because they had swimming lessons.
• Keep rescue equipment, a telephone and emergency numbers by the pool.
•Do not allow a young child in the pool without an adult.
• Do not use flotation devices as a substitute for supervision.
• Learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and be sure others do too.
• Remove toys when pool is not in use. Toys can attract young children to the pool.
All throughout Riverside Southwest county we can provide you with the information, experience and customer service that comes from a long history of making pools safe in the Temecula, Murrieta, Winchester, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, French Valley and Menifee areas.
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