Pool Fences & Installations in Stockton, CA

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Is having a pool fence necessary in Stockton, California? What if you don’t have small children?

In California, any pool regardless of its size or shape built after 2007 requires a fence. This includes spas and portable pools that contain over 18 inches of water. It’s imperative that you have a pool safety fence in the event your neighbors’ small children wander off into your pool area. Installing a Life Saver pool fence will protect them from a possible drowning accident.

Additionally, it will also protect you legally. If you invite guests to your home with small children or a neighborhood child gains access to your pool and drowns, you could be held liable. Safety comes first, make sure you have a reliable removable pool fence that separates children and small pets from your pool area.

Drowning Incidents in California

There has been a total of 186 children drowned in California from 2015 to 2017. The numbers are equal to 0.8 drownings per 100,000 children.

In the United States, the drowning incident rate for children aged 14 and younger was approximately 2.9 per 100,000 from 1980 to 1982 — that’s a total of 4,417 drowning deaths.

Pool Safety Tip Every Pool Owner Should Practice

A little bit of preparation can go a long way for pool safety. When you’re looking to purchase products, it’s best to buy multiple options rather than just one device that might fail. This ensures the protection of your family and saves money in case anything goes wrong with any devices purchased along the way!

The pool fence may keep toddlers out of the pool area; however, there is still a risk of older children figuring out how to open it up, and an unlocked gate can lead them into harm’s way. Those who install latchable pool gates find that they automatically close after they are opened; this ensures no one else gets in without your knowledge or permission.

Installing pool alarms is also a great idea because it will sound an alert every time someone accesses your pool without your permission.

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    About Stockton, CA

    Stockton is a city that was named after Robert F. Stockton, and it holds the distinction of being California’s first community to have an English name. It also serves as the county seat for San Joaquin County in the Central Valley where agriculture takes up much of their time and attention.

    Stockton may be surrounded by fields, but they are still considered part of inland or central coast regions because their main occupations revolve around ‘agricultural’ interests instead of financial ones like those who live near ports such as New York City.

    Currently, this city has an estimated population of 312,697, according to the 2019 Census record. It is known as the 11th largest city in California out of 482 cities.

    Stockton is an excellent place to live if you enjoy sunny days with the average temperature of 74.6 degrees each year.

    Here are a few interesting things that many people (even residents) may not know about Stockton:

    University of the Pacific, founded in 1851, is California’s oldest chartered institution of higher education.

    The Port of Stockton is an inland seaport in California. The port has the largest volume for cargo ships and vessels by tonnage than any other Californian ports – it’s one of five major deepwater ports on San Joaquin River Delta, which connects to world-class trade routes through the West Coast.

    Things To Do in or Near Stockton…

    The San Joaquin Asparagus Festival is known for hosting the largest asparagus festival in California. Each year, over 60,000 visitors come to celebrate spring with local farms and dine on delicious food made from fresh ingredients. This two day event also has live music for people of all ages so it’s fun for everyone!

    In addition, the historic Bob Hope Theatre (formerly Fox Theatre) in downtown Stockton is one of only two ‘movie palaces’ remaining in the Central Valley. The theatre was built during a period when movie theatres were transitioning from silent films to sound, and it features decor influenced by both styles.

    Today, this former gem hosts concerts for popular artists like George Benson as well as community events such as seminars on local history or exhibits showcasing area artwork.

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    Customer Reviews

    five star rating“Alex did an excellent, professional job! He was thorough in explaining the process and options as well as offering a lifetime warranty and reasonable price. We are very happy with our gate and the peace of mind it has brought to our family.” – Lindsay K.

    five star rating“AMAZING! Alex is the best! Our pool is safe for our son, he came quickly, got the job done fast and it looks great! Thanks Alex!” – Eryn G.

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    “I called Alex and made an appointment with him within a week. They came out and we spoke about the different ways to lay out the fence It took them about 2.5 hours and it looks great. He was very respectful and did a great job. He showed me how to take down, store and put back up. The fence has a life time warranty” – Lora W.