Swimming pool fencing is a popular pool barrier for safety and convenience. However, many people ask us about the cost-efficient pool fencing options. Therefore, we have put together a few key components to consider with swimming pool fencing and cost effective selections. What to Consider with Cost-Efficient Pool Fencing Options Swimming Pool Fence Laws Most families want to prevent a child from getting over, under or through the barrier to gain access to the pool. At Paradise Oasis Po...

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Winter is here! Some may be wondering how to protect your pool and spa from winter weather and freeze damage. While your spa or hot tub may be open all season, protection is still essential to keep it running efficiently. We have put together some helpful tips on how to protect your pool and spa from freeze damage this winter. How to Protect Your Pool and Spa from Freeze Damage this Winter Pool closing is a process that protects the equipment, the pool structure itself and the water chemis...

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One of the most critical steps of swimming pool maintenance is water balance. Typically, understanding water balance can also be one of the most confusing processes of pool maintenance. Because of its complexity, many pool owners don’t know everything they have to do to keep their pool safe, comfortable and corrosion free. Our team here at Paradise Oasis Pools has compiled a list of reasons why it is important to balance your pool water, as well as how to go about this general maintenance practi...

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While vigilance is the best way to prevent loved ones from drowning, a pool alarm can saves lives. A pool alarm system is an electronic monitoring device that automatically sounds an alarm when children, pets or anyone falls into your unsupervised pool. Pool safety alarms have numerous benefits. Here are just a few of them. Prevents Children from Possibly Breaking Away While we never want to imagine a small child accidentally falling into a pool, even children who are closely monitored can...

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Drownings are a preventable cause of death and injury for children. Putting proven safety behaviors and systems into practice can ensure you and your family will be much more secure in and around your pool. It is recommended by the CPSC that you create a pool safety toolkit to have near your pool or spa to ensure that if the worst happens, you are ready to respond. Pool Safety Toolkit Necessities The following should be included in a pool safety toolkit for your home pool: A first a...

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It is always important to remember to be safe when maintaining your pool, especially when handling chemicals. Also, you want to be sure to safeguard your friends and family as well as protect your property, and using common sense is a key factor is pool safety. Here are a few pool maintenance safety tips. Maintenance of Pool Pumps, Filters and Other Mechanical Parts Aspects of pool ownership that need to be monitored include maintenance of pool pumps, filters and other mechanical parts. Be...

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Taking a dip in your swimming pool can be a relaxing feeling after a long day, but it is important to take certain precautions. Exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays can damage your skin, even for as little as 15 minutes. Here are a few safety recommendations to help protect yourself and your family. Importance of Sun Exposure Safety Although a day in the swimming pool sounds relaxing and fun, there are a few things you should be aware of when being outside, even if for just a short ...

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For those who live in the Bryan/College Station area finding places that provides swimming lessons and CPR certifications can be difficult. Paradise Oasis Pools is here to help! We’ve come up with a list of a few locations that provide these services to ease some of your stress. Swimming Lessons for Children Adamson Lagoon Adamson Lagoon is a family-oriented, tropical-themed water park with an Olympic-size swimming pool. The park is equipped with two large water slides and a separate ba...

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There is a wide variety of pool safety equipment available to in efforts to reduce drownings in public and residential pools. It is critical to use appropriate safety equipment to ensure the safety of  swimming pools. Paradise Oasis pools only uses Pool & Spa Safety Act(P&SS Act) compliant safety equipment to ensure you can provide the highest level of protection for the public. All public pools and spas must use compliant drain covers. If a pool has a single main drain other than an ...

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Splashing and taking a dip in a swimming pool is a sure way to have fun and cool off. But it’s important to make safety the number one priority to protect our children in and around the water. Drowning is the leading cause of death among young children between the ages of 1 and 4. For every child under the age of 15 who dies from drowning in a pool, another 10 receive emergency care for nonfatal drowning injuries. Brain damage and long-term disabilities, including memory problems, learning disab...

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Pool fencing is very important when it comes to pool safety and protecting your child from the water. Permanent pool fencing has been used for many years to help prevent drowning from occurring. Pool fencing, whether it be removable or permanent, creates a strong barrier between your home and your swimming pool while still leaving the pool in clear view. Here is some information about permanent pool fencing and why it is important. Importance of Permanent Pool Fencing If you own a swimming...

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Pool fencing is very important when it comes to pool safety and protecting your child from the water. Removable pool fences made of strong and transparent mesh can be great because of its climb-resistant nature and the ease of removability. These pool safety fences have been used for many years to help prevent drowning from occurring. Pool fencing, whether it be removable or permanent, creates a strong barrier between your home and your swimming pool while still leaving the pool in clear view. T...

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Splashing and taking a dip in a swimming pool is a sure way to have fun and cool off. But it’s important to make safety the number one priority to protect our children in and around the water. Drowning is the leading cause of death among young children between the ages of 1 and 4. For every child under the age of 15 who dies from drowning in a pool, another 10 receive emergency care for nonfatal drowning injuries. Brain damage and long-term disabilities, including memory problems, learning disab...

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