Because pools attract so many people during the summer, even the smallest unprotected feature of your facility has a good chance of causing injuries. Instead of pulling a half measure, go all out on these often ignored pool safety tips.
While droughts may seem like the enemy of commercial facilities, they may actually be the opportunity that struggling pool managers have been waiting for.
Overcrowding your pool with too many swimmers into the water creates potentially unsafe water conditions that could give rise to infections.
Check out these four ways covers make your pool a better place to swim during the summer and winter months.
Adding an enclosure over an outdoor pool may make it easier to clean by keeping leaves and other debris out of the water.
A professional pool company interviews, hires and staffs lifeguards for pool facilities, which allows pool managers to focus on other tasks at hand.
Creating a list of all the pool rules and regulations provides employees with a reference sheet to ensure that the pool remains safe.
A rain check policy may help bring back guests who had to leave because of inclement weather, and pool managers can modify the checks to benefit everyone.
Finding out what would make lifeguards return every year will benefit pool managers by showing the lifeguards that they are valued members of the team.
Commercial pool repainting can be tricky for pool managers, but outsourcing to professionals will guarantee that it's done correctly and completed on time.