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by: Regina Jacques




Florida and pools go hand in hand. When we first moved into our house, our pool did not have an enclosure. Therefore, all the leaves from the huge tree in the front fell right into it, and it was extremely hard to maintain. We put up an enclosure, and then the pool was icy cold! Those of you with pools, you can learn from my mistake here. We purchased a heat pump that was like an air conditioning unit, only it was a heater for the pool. You set it at whatever temperature, and it will kick on and off to keep it just right. Well, we didn't buy the cheapest model, we bought the one in the middle. It also had a 10 year warranty. About a year and a half after using it, it broke. Oil was leaking into our pool! I phoned the company, and to my surprise, they went out of business! Just my luck, they made their own parts also. I called around and had so many people come to look at it, only to tell me there was no way to make it work. I had a $5,500 piece of junk that I was still making payments on that I simply had to throw away!

Swimming pools are definitely a money pit, but when you have kids, they can also be a ton of fun. Did you know that over 900 kids between the age of 1 and 14 die each and every year from drowning accidents? Drowning is the number one cause of accidental death for children between the ages of 1 through 4 in the state of California alone. I'm sure you really don't need these figures to convince you to do all you can to prevent this from happening to your own child, grandchildren or small dog?

A Pool protector pool alarm is something that nobody with a swimming pool should be without. It's an electric monitoring type of system that automatically emits an alarm when kids or pets fall into your unsupervised pool. It sits on the pool deck, and is portable, self-contained and light weight, and best of all, it's simple to operate. Entry into your swimming pool will be detected by the pool alarm's electric sensor, triggering a loud pulsating alarm at the unit and inside your house from the remote receiver.

The pool alarm installation is very easy, and after you install it, it will not be de-activated as it's always in the alarm ready state until you manually put it into sleep mode. It comes with a remote receiver which can be put anywhere in your house up to two hundred ft. from the main unit. It also comes with a twelve volt power supply. It uses 1 9-volt battery which should last about one year. There is also an audible low battery notification that sounds at the poolside alarm and the remote receiver. It's something no family should be without if you have a swimming pool with children around.

Yours In Safety,

Regina Jacques


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