Safety in backyard pools
If you own a swimming pool in your home there is great possibility that there is a constant upkeep to maintaining it. There are also some dangers that come with owning one. This does not mean that you have to get rid of of your pool, just means that pool safety measures should be taken. Residential swimming pools can become a danger zone if you have small children.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission or CPSC, there is approximately 300 deaths every year of children under 5 drowning in swimming pools and more than 3,200 are hospitalized due to being submerged under water. Children move fast, they are curious, and adventurous. One minute your child can be playing in the living room and the next they’re already out the door. These deaths can be minimized and prevented if proper safety precautions are taken.
How Superior Fence can help
Superior Fence Company of San Antonio is a family owned business that knows keeping your loved ones safe is a priority. A solution that we can provide to this problem is putting a barrier around your pool. This will keep a small child or pet from falling into the pool. Highly recommended by the CPSC, residential swimming pools must be secured by a fence at least four feet high, with self-closing and self-latching gates. We also provide different materials or styles to accommodate your preferences and wants such as wrought iron, wooden, and mesh fencing.
For more information about pool fence and our different options, don’t hesitate to call Superior Fence Co at call at (210) 600-3343 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.