Safety First

Pool Fence Installation in Brevard County, FL

Also Serving Melbourne, Tampa, and Jacksonville, FL

Drownings are accidents that can be avoided. Parents are usually home when they occur.

Communicate with your spouse. Don’t assume the other is supervising, be sure! Many parents of drowning children say they only took their eyes off of their children for a brief moment. Answering the phone or door, checking the oven, in this short time, a drowning could occur. A Baby Gate® pool fence helps with these transitional times. Children are always on-the-go and are wanting to explore. As soon as they can crawl they can disappear and be in harms way.


Be Informed

Baby Gate® Pool Fence would like everyone to be informed. We would encourage you to take the time and read the information below and from our 4 related sites below.

Practice what you learn. Guidelines for water safety are to be adhered to.

Things to consider for pool safety:

  • Constant adult supervision!
  • A Baby Gate® pool fence around your pool
  • Doors leading to pool should be equipped with alarms
  • Windows leading to pool should be equipped with alarms
  • Pool alarm that sounds inside the home
  • Telephone near the pool for emergency
  • Caregiver trained in CPR
  • Keep toys out of pool when not in use
  • Connect patio furniture together so not to be dragged
  • Patio should be free of debris
  • Pool water level should be high enough to allow for easy exit from the water
  • Always close gates and doors behind you
  • Be sure older siblings close gate and doors
  • Have rescue equipment near pool and know how to properly use it
  • Never run on a wet deck
  • Wait 30-60 minutes after a meal before swimming, to avoid cramping
  • Post rules to be followed by all who use the pool
  • Explain to young children why posted rules will help prevent them from harm
  • Use training floats as they are intended, not as a life preserver
  • Teach children how to swim
  • Children that swim aren’t drown-proof
  • Alcohol doesn’t mix with water

Related Sites

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

The American Academy of Pediatrics is an excellent source for reports and study results. Doctors utilize this web site to stay current with new findings and facts. You can read outlines of their reports and educate yourself on safety with their TIPP program. We would recommend reading several of these informative documents.

Florida Swimming Pool Association (FSPA)

The Florida Swimming Pool Association serves as the coordinating organization for 16 local FSPA Chapters. FSPA provides government relations representation on behalf of its members to the Florida Building Commission and the Construction Industry Licensing Board as well as other legislative bodies that regulate the swimming pool industry in Florida such as the Department of Health.

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross assists in everything from disaster relief to water safety. This link is to the central Florida Chapter. There may be a local chapter near you, but this site has some water safety, CPR, and other helpful tips that are relevant wherever you are.

U.S. Center for Disease Control

This site relates facts around the country. We want to help reduce some of these statistics. Many children drown each year from preventable accidents. Take whatever precautions you can to prevent the loss of your child.


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Baby Gate® Pool Fence
Manufacturer, Inc.
535 Coconut Street
Satellite Beach, Florida 32937 USA