Every child is at risk every time he or she swims in a pool, especially young children. Drowning is still considered the primary cause of death for children under age 4, and it can happen to anyone at any age. In the United States alone, there are 3,960 unintentional drownings every year on average or 11 deaths a day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
In order to ensure your family’s safety, it is important that you take some preventative measures. Installing pool fences with a self-closing pool gate will help protect against children wandering by the pool area when no one else is present.
Fencing off your entire pool can also be useful in preventing injuries by way of falls or drowning accidents; however, fence gates should never open inward for this reason.
To avoid child neglect while supervising kids (at every moment), designate a dedicated water watcher who will strictly watch over them during swimming sessions without interruption from phone calls or texts (or any other distractions).
If a child is ever missing, always check the area around pools (and the pool) first before assuming they’re safe.
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Why Install A Life Saver Pool Fence
Each year, more and more children are fatally injured by drowning accidents in residential pools. One way to help prevent these accidents is to install a pool fence. A Life Saver Pool Fence is an affordable and effective way that can be installed around the perimeter of your yard or home. It’s easy to set up and maintain, but most importantly it will keep your family safe from harm this summer!
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Pool Safety Products & Services in Cullman County, AL
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About Cullman County, AL
Cullman County is a mostly rural county in northeast Alabama. It has an area of 755 square miles and a population of approximately 83,768 people (as of 2019).
The county seat is the city of Cullman. The economy in Cullman County is largely based on agriculture and manufacturing.
The county is known as the largest in the United States for its sweet potato and poultry production.
The top-rated things to do in Cullman County are the following:
Sportsman Lake Park is a hidden gem that offers not only swimming and fishing but also paddle boats, putt-putt golf, and mini train rides.
The popular bridge is a landmark built-in 1904. Today, residents and tourists visit the bridge to enjoy the picnic areas, various hiking trails, and a Dogtrot log cabin.
This park is the perfect place to take a day trip to have a nice picnic and explore its vast 60-acres of nature trails. It’s great for taking photos to share with family and friends.
Hurricane Creek is also known for its rock climbing, hiking, birdwatching locations, and beautiful waterfalls.