In Part 2 of our pool safety series we have more tips to keep you healthy and happy while swimming this summer!
You can get sunburns even while underwater
Just because you are in the water does not mean harmful UV rays cannot get to your skin. The water’s reflective surface is especially harmful as it can amplify the sun’s rays back to those boating or floating on the surface.
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There is nothing more refreshing than jumping into your pool on a hot and humid summer day. But it’s just as important to realize that there are some dangers that come with swimming in bodies of water. That’s true during a day at the beach, in the middle of a lake, or even in the comfort of your own backyard.
Read on to learn how to practice common sense pool safety,
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Owning a swimming pool can be great for the summer season. Having the ability to host pool parties, to cool off on a hot day after work, and to practice your backstroke are all perks of having a pool. But if you’re new to the world of pool ownership, then it can be confusing acting as a pool manager, maintenance worker, drain cleaner, and lifeguard all at once. You have to contend with heating systems,
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