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Pool Fences of North County


Licensed and Insured
License # 814323


Engineering and certification

  • Mesh: Report 23301/ASTM D3787-89 and ASTM D5034-95
  • Poles: Report QCMJOB/ 3HM-748  Building Code 424.2.2

All material was engineered and certified by Cerny, Inc. and Metallurgical, Inc. Fencing exceeds all BOCA codes and pool codes in the USA!!

We Make It Safe for Children and Pets!

     Swimming Pool Safety Rules

Every year drowning is one of the major causes of accidents, resulting in serious injury
and death in children.  Swimming pool accidents can happen very quickly without
warning.  So learning and practicing the following swimming pool safety precautions
is vital.                                                       

* Never allow children to swim alone without adult supervision even if children have
had swimming lessons.  And when children are swimming, be observant and
supervise all activities.

* Completely enclose your pool with removable pool safety fences that are at least
4 feet high.  Install self-closing and self-latching gates.  And be sure to position latches
out of the reach of young children.

* Position tables and chairs far away from the pool safety fence to prevent children
from climbing into the pool area.

* To avoid having to leave children unattended when receiving a telephone call, keep
a telephone in the pool area.  And keep emergency numbers near the poolside phone.

* At get-togethers designate someone as the pool watch guard.  Adults can rotate
this duty.

* Make sure that all children above the age of 4 attend a certified swimming class.  If
this isn't possible, instruct them in basic flotation and life saving techniques.

* Start setting pool rules and talking about pool safety when children are very young. 
Good pool rules include no pushing and no running around the pool.  Teach older
children the buddy system rule:  Don't go near the water by yourself.

* Do not leave the pool open.  And to prevent children from getting to the pool, keep
all doors and windows leading to the pool area secure.

* Install an alarm on doors that lead to the pool area.

* Make sure that the cover of the swimming pool is completely lifted over the pool. 
Never keep the cover partially open because children may become entrapped under
it.  Also, make sure children do not walk over the pool cover.

* Always have a life saving flotation device handy near the pool.

* Keep rescue equipment by the pool.

* Learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation).

* When not in use, remove steps or ladder to above ground pools.

* Keep electrical appliances away from the pool.

Following all of these safety rules will help minimize the chances of injuries and
drowning occurring in your swimming pool.  

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 Pool Fences of North County

Licensed and Insured
State License #814323

Serving San Diego County and North County
and the cities of Hemet, Perris, Temecula and Murrieta
located in Riverside County.

Cities & communities in San Diego County and Riverside County include Aviara, Bonsall, Camp Pendleton, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook, Fairbanks Ranch, Hemet, La Costa, La Jolla, Lake San Marcos,  Lakeside, Leucadia, Murrieta, Oceanside, Olivenhain, Miramar, Perris, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho San Diego, Rancho Santa Fe, San Clemente, San Diego, San Marcos, Temecula, Valley Center, and Vista.