Contact Us Today!
Visit Our Showroom
6610 W. Linebaugh Ave
If you have a backyard pool, you should have a pool enclosure that locks. You don’t want random critters or stray pets to be able to find their way into your pool area. You also don’t want children or other individuals swimming in your pool without your permission. A pool enclosure ensures that your pool is for you and your friends and family only. Here are some other reasons you should have a pool enclosure.
When you have a backyard pool, it is your responsibility to make sure that it is not accessible by small children who may become injured without supervision. Drowning is one of the most common causes of death among small children under the age of five. If a small child gets into your pool and is injured or dies, you could be held legally responsible for the accident. However, if you have a locked pool enclosure, you are no longer responsible because you took reasonable precautions to ensure that the pool was closed off.
Because your legal and financial responsibility is limited when you have a locked pool enclosure, your homeowners’ insurance could also receive a discount. Your insurance company bases your premiums on your risk, and having a pool enclosure reduces your risk. These cost savings are passed on to you.
A pool enclosure will also help ensure that your pool doesn’t become filled with leaves or debris. If your pool is entirely enclosed, such as with a screen room, nothing can get in without the gate being opened. That means that you don’t have as much of a chore to keep your pool clean and usable.
If you are interested in adding a pool enclosure to your backyard pool, contact us today for more information or to get started.