While we all love a good pool in the middle of summer heat, there’s no denying that the risk of a child drowning in that pool is a horrifying outcome that should be avoided at all costs. While there are educational opportunities that can help, like teaching your kids to never be around the pool without adult supervision or teaching kids how to swim at the earliest possible age, you might also install an alarm system.
There are many different types of pool alarm sensors – you’ve got sub-surface disturbance sensors, surface wave sensors, proximity alarms, and wristbands, to name a few. These are all designed to detect when there’s motion in the water, motion around the water, or water on a person. Some families have chosen to go with a variety of different sensors, making a complete pool alarm system. Whichever you choose, you can be sure that you’re doing what you can to keep your kids safe around the pool.