All responsible pool owners must have safety protocol in place to protect children, guests, pets, and others from hurting themselves near the pool. In addition to teaching people about proper pool safety, like not running near the pool or not swimming without a partner, you can employ different types of barriers to control when people use your swimming pool. There are two main categories of pool safety barriers: electric and physical. In part one of this guide, we will explore different types of electric pool safety barriers that you may use in your home or business.
Recent Pool Construction by POOLMAX
Not many people consider building an inground pool for dogs. Dogwood Acres has a new bone shaped pool for all the four legged swim fans!
This is a gunite inground pool featuring extra returns and filtration, low-depth and white pearl Pebbletec finish. The special depth and filtration presented some challenges but we finished the pool in record time and had a lot of grateful tail wags in return!
- Varying levels of depth for different size dogs
- Gunite inground pool (dog bone shaped)
- Extra Filtration
- Four Water fountains for splashing and playtime
- White pearl pebbletec finish (slip resistant)
You can watch the dogs have fun in their own inground pool with the live webcam.
Or read more about the pool in the Capital Gazette
The Grand Opening:
See all the photos on our Facebook page!