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Do I Need to Have a Pool Alarm?

A pool is an amazing home amenity, but it can also be a major hazard without the proper precautions. Pool alarms are is an important safety device to have when owning a swimming pool. In some states, pool alarms aren’t just strongly recommended—they’re actually required. But even if they aren’t where you live, statistics prove their importance. Most local codes require that you have a fence around your pool including Mecklenburg County. A pool alarm can provide an additional level of safety.

Pool alarms can protect your child from tragedy. Pools are a major cause of accidental deaths, especially for children under 5 years old. Parents know to stay outside with their children in their pool and a pool alarm does not replace supervision. However, backyards tend to be noisy with lawnmowers, radios, and air conditioning units. It is easy to get distracted. This is a huge reason why pool alarms are an essential piece of equipment to invest in.

Most of us may fee that we fall into the 'no alarm necessary' category, but there are benefits to having a pool alarm even if you don't have toddlers in your household. Pool alarms can protect neighbor children or pets from drowning. They may also act as an alert to you of possible intruders.

There are clearly many benefits to having a pool alarm. It is vital that your happy place be absolutely safe.

If you need recommendations on pool alarms or other pool related questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Pink Flamingo Pool Crew. We will be happy to answer any of your questions.

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Call Pink Flamingo Pool Company at 704-957-0038.

Offering pool service in the Charlotte NC area, including:

Ballantyne, Belmont, Charlotte, Clover, Huntersville, Indian Land, Indian Trail, Lake Norman, Lake Wylie, Matthews, Monroe, Mount Holly, Pineville, Southpark, Steele Creek, Weddington, Waxhaw,

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