Baby Guard Pool Fence Sacramento, California
Baby Guard Pool Fence Sacramento, California is proud to offer and install top quality Baby Guard removable pool safety fences at prices that are very competitive in the marketplace. We understand your need to protect your family and neighborhood children from he danger of pool drowning. Thank you for taking the time to research solutions on Pool Safety.
At Baby Guard of Sacramento, we will take care of all your pool fencing needs, making your swimming pool more secure from accidents. Baby Guard Pool Fence provides you with 8 years of technical pool fence experience, and great customer service all through the pool fence estimate, purchase and installation.
baby Guard of Sacramento installs removable pool safety fences throughout all of Sacramento, California. Baby Guard Pool Fences is a proud distributor of Baby Guard, a manufacturer of removable pool fences for swimming pools nationwide. Baby Guard offers durable removable pool fences that are affordable and have a patented self-locking, self-closing gate, keeping your loved ones safe. With patented, baby safety gates and a strong aluminum pole and mesh pool fence system Baby Guard barriers are well constructed and have been keeping kids safe since 1989.
Child Safety Pool Fencing
Pool drowning is a tragedy that is more common than people think, but parents are preventing them from happening. The number of infant pool deaths in Northern California swimming pools has dropped significantly in the past decade, despite increasing number of pools being built. This is because parents have taken the steps to make their backyard safer by enclosing their swimming pool with fences, and making sure side yard gates are shut and latched.
Baby Guard Pool Fence is owned and operated by a trained pool fence installer. As a distributors of Baby Guard they have been professionally trained to install your new pool fence to the highest quality standards to ensure the lifetime warranty Baby Guard guarantees on all of it products.
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General Water Safety Tips to Live By:
- When the sun comes out and the weather heats up, community pools open for the season and people head to the beach for the first time. Many lives can be saved and injuries prevented this summer by following some simple water safety tips:
- Learn to swim. The best thing anyone can do to stay safe in and around the water is to learn to swim. Always swim with a buddy; never swim alone.
- Know your swimming limits and stay within them. Don't try to keep up with a stronger skilled swimmer or encourage others to keep up with you.
- Swim in supervised areas only.
- Obey "No Diving" signs.
- Watch out for the "dangerous too's"--too tired, too cold, too far from safety, too much sun, too much strenuous activity.
- Don't mix alcohol and swimming. Alcohol impairs judgment, balance, and coordination, affects swimming and diving skills and reduces the body's ability to stay warm.
- Always wear a U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacket when boating and fishing.
- Know local weather conditions and prepare for electrical storms. Because water conducts electricity, it is wise to stop swimming or boating as soon as you see or hear a storm.
Preparation is Key to Prevention
Home pools are becoming more common every day. They provide an excellent means of recreation for the entire family and friends for a large part of the year. But beware; they are dangerous if not monitored properly. You must be aware of the potentially hazardous properties of a pool.
Just how serious is the problem? Drowning is the number one cause of death for children under five in Florida, Arizona, and California with a ranking of number two for over a dozen other states. For every drowning there are eleven near drowning incidents, according to government statistics, many of which result in totally disabling brain damage.
The majority of the parents involved were responsible people who thought it could never happen to their family. They were careful and had close supervision over their children. Many were in upper income brackets, educated, and could afford nice homes with pools in family-oriented communities. So we are literally talking about people who could live next door to you.
Supervision is always the primary layer of protection, but as studies show, 69 percent of drowning incidents occurred when parental supervision failed and there were not other "backup layers" in place, such as pool gates (with locks) or alarms on access doors. There can be no compromise on pool safety as it can truly become a life and death situation. Pool rules need to be set and obeyed. A pool drowning is not necessarily an "accident", it is foreseeable and therefore preventable. Keep your family safe this summer and be prepared!