Beautiful Weather Welcomes End-of-Season Swims

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With the changing of the seasons approaching, hot days will still pop up. Pool Guard Texas encourages pool safety throughout the entire season.

Even though the summer season is winding down, every now and then some warm days could roll around, encouraging kids to take a swim, one that could be their last until next year.

Despite the season coming to a close, Pool Guard Texas encourages safety practices anytime a child is around an open pool. Any time a child is swimming, make sure an adult is present with no distractions who can constantly scan the pool top to bottom to be sure every head is accounted for and coming up for air.

Oftentimes, it’s thought that drowning will cause a lot of noise and splashing, but it tends to be quite the opposite. To be sure that this tragic accident doesn’t happen in your pool, invest in a pool safety fence, which are available at Pool Guard Texas. They meet all national barrier codes for safety around a pool and help keep children and pets away from an open pool when no one is around to supervise.

These barriers are equipped with self-latching gates that automatically close. It can also be locked with a key for extra security. However, Pool Guard Texas reinforces that no safety barrier is a replacement or substitute for adult supervision.

About the company:
Pool Guard Texas helps keep swimming pools safe in Houston, The Woodlands, Dallas, Ft. Worth and Austin, TX. Their swimming pool fencing products are manufactured with the highest-quality materials available. For over 30 years, Pool Guard Texas has installed and manufactured over 65,000 pool fences nationwide. They use their own trained and certified professional installers and take great pride in their work. Pool Guard Texas makes families safe for generations to come. They offer pool safety fences, fence materials and swimming pool enclosures. For more information about Pool Guard Texas, visit their website at http://poolguardtexas.com/.

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