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Summer is synonymous with fun days at the pool. If you have a child and a pool at home, and want them to enjoy a splash without putting their safety in peril, follow the tips in the post below.

How to Keep Your Child Safe at the Pool

  1. For starters, you need to make sure they won't go or fall into the pool when they're alone. To that end, it's recommended that you put up fences around it to keep the area restricted whenever needed.
  2. A great way to keep your child safe is to teach them to swim. This way, they can know how to act while they're in the water, which will increase their chances of staying unharmed significantly.
  3. Of course, you should establish rules regarding the pool's usage to avoid accidents. A few of them can be: no running around the pool, no rough games while in the water, and no going into the deep end.
  4. Even if you do set rules, it's still important that you, or other adult, supervises your child when they're splashing or swimming around the pool.
  5. It's also a great idea to learn a few things that could keep your child safe. For example, learn what drowning may look like, and how to perform CPR, so you can rescue them if need be.
  6. Lastly, remember to provide your pool with the necessary maintenance so it can be in mint condition for when your child uses it.

If your home requires professional property restoration in Stormville to remain safe, call Zott Construction DKI at (845) 227-4141 to get a free estimate.