Pool fences are one of the best investments a pool owner can make. In addition to ensuring the safety and legality of your personal pool, they grant you peace of mind.
However, if you have small children or live in a well-populated neighborhood, you may want to take your pool safety concerns just a bit further. You may also worry about intruders or animals getting into your pool area, or about debris from stormy weather getting in your pool water.
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Every pool owner needs a pool cover. They are important all the time, but especially during the off season. No one wants debris, rainwater, and other environmental annoyances in their pool, which can harm the pool’s beauty and longevity, as well as affecting the chemical content of the water.
However, there is one factor that many American pool owners forget to consider when it comes to purchasing and installing a pool cover: safety.
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