Pool Guard Protection

Summer time tragedies always seem to hit people from all walks of life. Protection against many of these tragedies can be diminished by taking personal awareness around the home, at the  office or where ever  we gather for work or pleasure.  Some of us have the luck of having a pool in our backyards.  This provides us with the  ability to enjoy summer without having to leave our backyards.  Driving long distances to beaches or municipal pools can be tedious and a waste of time. 

Although I do not like the idea of government regulations per se, it is incumbent of us for our personal protection to accept the dictates of local laws in regards to pool safety.  One of the rules of both local governments and insurance companies is that you are required to have door alarms on every door that leads to the pool and also the fence have a height requirement.  A annoying as that may be , removal is just not wise.  Being 
completely unaware of any activityaround the pool  can be very dangerous.  Here is where personal protection with the use of a   pool alarm is very important.  A pool alarm is an electronic monitoring system that automatically sounds an alarm if a child or pet were to fall
into the unsupervised pool. It’s portable, self-contained and light
weight.  The unit is simple to operate. Entry into the pool would be
detected by the Pool Alarms electronic sensor, triggering a loud
pulsating alarm at the unit and inside your house from the remote

With the recent tragedy of the Anthony family, doesn’t it make sense to look into a pool alarm for your home?  Why not go to www.protechdefense.com and check out my site for all the personal protection items.


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