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Neater Pool Guardian saves lives

By Thursday, 04 June 2015 15:50 0
SAFE AND SOUND: Even the most adventurous toddler can’t get through this fence. SAFE AND SOUND: Even the most adventurous toddler can’t get through this fence.

WHEN you are in the business of providing removable swimming pool safety fences it is very difficult not to sound like Private Frazer from Dad’s Army: “Aye, if you don’t do this you’ll all be doomed!”
Most people don’t really need statistics to know how dangerous unprotected swimming pools are for young children, or how devastating child-drownings are to the tragic families who have to deal with one. We at Neater Pool Guardian are convinced that our children will look back on unprotected swimming pools in the same way that we look back in horror at not having to wear seatbelts in cars.
The one thing that has been evident in all our customers’ feedback comments has been their profound sense of relief in having decided to go ahead and do it, and their amazement at the level of peace of mind their decision has brought them.
The Happy Grandad R.J. from Moraira: “My son and his wife have their summer holiday in our villa. The year before last was their first one with our infant grandchild being mobile. Back in England my wife and I were extremely anxious as, in the back of our minds, we were both worried about the safety of our grandchild. Last year, knowing that the pool was fenced off, I could genuinely relax knowing that we had done all we could to protect him.”
The Happy Holiday Home Owner: A.H. from Javea. “We rent our villa out in the summer. Two families have already re-booked for next year. They both said it was the most relaxing holiday they had been on. This was purely because the swimming pool fence meant that they did not spend the entire holiday on edge, wondering whether or not their children were in danger.”
Small children are generally not in danger when the pool is in use as they should be under adult supervision. Their most dangerous time is when they are not meant to be near the pool and their supervising adult, or adults, get distracted. Every parent knows that you can’t supervise them 100 per cent of the time. It could be a telephone call, it could be a doorbell, another child misbehaving, any number of genuine momentary distractions. These unfortunately are the moments that can change your life forever.
Neater Pool Guradian is an EU approved removable mesh safety fence. It can be erected or removed in a matter of minutes. It forms a complete barrier protecting adventurous little ones from one of the biggest hazards they will ever encounter.

Tel 634 312 171

Neater Pool Guardian in association with Neater Heater, Norway’s answer to heating your home in Spain, please see our website www.neaterheater.es

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