Pool Safety Tips For Your Miami Rental Property

Having a pool in Miami is an asset because, when the weather gets hot your tenants will be able to you take a dip in the pool and cool themselves down rather than having to deal with the crowds at the beach.

Sadly, more swimming pool deaths occur every single year because a child was left unattended and was able to make their way into a swimming pool that was not secure.

To save you the time, money and heartbreak of an unintended swimming pool death, this article will provide you with tips that you should follow that will help you to make sure that your pool is safe and secure for the summer months.

Tip #1  –  Install a security fence around your swimming pool

Depending on the age and location of your rental property, your swimming pool may not have a security fence around it and an unsecured swimming pool is one of the easiest ways for a child to lose their life in the pool if they are left unattended.

To avoid an accidental death in your swimming pool, you should install a security fence around the pool with a self-latching gate. This will make it difficult for any child to use the pool because they will not have the ability to enter the pool area without an adult present.

Tip #2 – Install new drain covers

Another important upgrade that you should make to your swimming pool is to install new drain covers. This Improvement is vital because a faulty drain cover can easily become a drowning hazard if a child’s bathing suit or hair were to get caught in the drain cover when they are underwater.

Thankfully, new drain covers are one of the most inexpensive improvements that you can make to your swimming pool and you can have confidence that this Improvement may ultimately save the life of one of the residents in your property.

Tip #3 – Always Require An Adult To Be Present When Children Are Swimming

Last of all, but most important, a vital pool safety tip that you should follow is to always require that an adult be present whenever the swimming pool at your rental property is in use. You should also encourage one of the adults who lives in your rental to take a CPR class because knowing CPR may help them to save the life of a friend or family member.

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