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If you have the right mesh pool fence installer, any job can come out perfect. Even this 5 foot removable Pool Fence in Corona. Iepoolfence.com
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Great article posted by Pool Guard of Tampa Bay.
Recent Study shows Califorina is third in the country in Swimming Pool Drowning Deaths
Come on Californians, let's drop the state to the bottom of the list.
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Recent Study shows Califorina is third in the country in Swimming Pool Drowning Deaths.
09/06/20130

WASHINGTON, DC – From Memorial Day through Labor Day 2013, at least 202
children between the ages of 1 and 14 drowned in a swimming pool or spa in the
United States, according to media reports compiled by the USA Swimming
Foundation.   Of those, 143 of the victims were children younger than age 5.

The latest media-reported figures are consistent with the U.S. Consumer
Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) annual Submersion  Report, and show that young children
and toddlers are especially vulnerable  to drowning.  Drowning is the leading
cause of unintentional death among  children 1 to 4 years of age and it is the
second leading cause of death for  children from 5 to 14 years old.
“The time is now to turn the tide on child drownings,” said CPSC Chairman
Inez Tenenbaum. “In warm weather states and indoor swim parks, pools are still
open.  Let’s work together to prevent drownings by putting up barriers and
having eyes-on supervision of children in and around the water.”

CPSC’s national Pool Safely campaign reinforces important safety
steps: fence all pools, stay close to children in the water, be alert, and
teach  children how to swim.

Media-reported drownings show that during the summer of 2013, the following
states suffered the largest number of pool and spa drownings involving children
younger than 15 (figures may not account for all fatalities):

Texas (28)

Florida (24)

California (23)

Ohio (11)

New York (11)

Arizona (10)

Pennsylvania (9)

Tennessee (8)

North Carolina (8)

Louisiana (7)

Illinois (7)




The Pool Safely campaign provides information on the simple steps that
parents, caregivers, and pool owners should take to ensure that children and
adults stay safe in and around pools and spas:

Never leave a child unattended in a pool or spa and always watch your
children closely around all bodies of water.

Designate a water watcher to supervise children in the pool or spa. This
person should not be reading, texting, using a smart phone, or otherwise
distracted.

Learn how to swim and teach your child how to swim.

Learn how to perform CPR on children and adults.

Keep children away from pool drains, pipes, and other openings to avoid
entrapments.

Ensure any pool and spa you use has drain covers that comply with federal
safety standards, and, if you do not know, ask your pool service provider about
safe drain covers.

The Pool Safely campaign was launched in 2010 to raise awareness about
pool and spa safety, as mandated by the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa
Safety Act. The campaign has increased its focus on populations most at risk of
drowning. African American children between the ages of 5 and 19 are six times
more likely to drown in pools than white and Hispanic children that age,
according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Data from USA Swimming indicate that 70 percent of African American children,
60 percent of Hispanic children, and 40 percent of white children cannot swim.
Children who cannot swim are more likely to drown.


About Pool Safely:


The Pool Safely campaign is CPSC’s national public education and
information program to reduce child drownings, near-drowning and entrapment
incidents in swimming pools and spas. The campaign provides education about the
Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act (P&SS Act), federal
legislation mandating new requirements for public pools and spas. Parents,
caregivers and the media are encouraged to visit PoolSafely.gov or @PoolSafely on Twitter for vital safety
information regarding the prevention of child submersions in and around pools
and spas.

September 5th, 2013

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Ironic that California is very "legal" in so many regards so far as permits, background checks on contractors and a whole host of other details however somewhat lagging in this department. Fully agreed, let's see some improvement in that number!
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20 years, means experience, professionalism, and quality. Congratulations Pool Guard   
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This is another great Fence from Pool Guard!!!

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Mesh removable pool barriers are made from one of two meshes textoline and Interlock fabrics. Both are very strong long lasting and safe for your child. Pool Guard sells both fabrics. The mesh is connected to poles at 30 inches or 36 inches apart making section from 3 to 15 feet long. Each section is then hooked together to form a child safe barrier. The fence is made of high strength and light weight materials but that is only half of why removable-fences are so great.   It is the tension that makes the removable pool fence strong and able to protect your child. Once holes are drilled into the concrete decking the fence can the gain strength from the deck. Note that it is so important to have a fences installed by a seasoned installer of poolfences. Once the high strength fence sections are placed into the concrete deck then the fence is hooked together. Once it is hooked together the barrier is pulled tight through tension. It is the tension that pulls the fence so tight that it can not be pulled up out of the ground. No child’s strength will be able to counter the tension of a properly installed poolfence. Every an adult could only have the strength to pull the pool fence pole out of the ground a inch or so. Once a parent understands would a pool fence works then it is easy to realize that mesh pool fencing doesn’t need to be locked into the ground.http://www.inlandempirepoolfence.com/
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Although it's to cold to swim, doesn't mean your child won't try.

Give us a call in order to protect your pool.
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This fence was originally installed 6 years ago, but has been re installed at two other homes since then. The home owner kept moving, and the fence went with him. We do re installs all the time.   
 
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Inland Empire Pool Guard Pool Fencing Owner, Ben Burgess, has over 10 years experience in pool fence and pool barrier systems and has overseen more than two thousand pool fence installations. He has enclosed everything from hundred thousand dollar pools to empty pools that pose a threat to children by falling in. Ben is committed to making your pool safe, while providing a removable safety fence that compliments your backyard, not takes away from it. “It happens almost every time, after I install a fence, the homeowner says it looks surprising better than they thought it would. First, parents feel good that they are protecting their children, but a second effect is that they feel good about how great the fence looks.” Installations are reasonably quick, averaging half of a day and typically can be scheduled in less than a week. Once the fence is in, it is quick and easy to remove or put back up.

Pool Guard Pool Fence serving all of the Inland Empire, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, including Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Murrieta, Temecula, La Quinta, Fontana, Upland, Menifee and Rancho Mirage and their surrounding communities in southern California areas - See all areas served

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These guys have been helping Redlands take care of it's pool for years
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I need to get some new washers, but I wasn't quite sure which ones to get, so I pulled right up and Marvin got me the right washers and even put them on. You don't find that service at the big box, Plus it's nice to support the local vendors.
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Loads of experience, great pricing, and its great to be able to work with the owner of the business rather than getting lost in the shuffle.
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