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Commercial Services

Is your pool a valuable asset to your investment or commercial property? We work closely with the property owner or property manager to identify the necessary work needed to upgrade and restore swimming pools in Apartment Buildings, Condominium Complexes, Fitness Facilities and Sports Clubs with stunning results!

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Main Drain Safety: VGB / Title 20

On December 19, 2007, the President signed into law the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act, named after the daughter of Nancy Baker and the granddaughter of former Secretary of State James Baker. Graeme Baker died in a tragic incident in June 2002 after the suction from a spa drain entrapped her under the water. This Act was first introduced by Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (FL) and was supported by the Baker family and Safe Kids Worldwide.

There is an annual average of 283 drowning deaths (2003-2005) and 2,700 emergency room-treated submersion injuries (2005-2007) involving children younger than 5 in pools and spas. In addition, from 1997-2007, there were 74 reported incidents associated with suction entrapment, including 9 deaths and 63 injuries. The new law is aimed at reducing these deaths and injuries by making pools safer, securing the environment around them, and educating consumers and industry on pool safety.

The Act specifies that on or after December 19, 2008, swimming pool and spa drain covers available for purchase in the United States must meet specific performance requirements.

How does this apply to your pool?

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Specializing in ADA Accessibility Requirements

The 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design requires changes to pool or spa area access. Full compliance for all public pool and spa access is required beginning March 15, 2011.

2010 Federal ADA Standards include elimination of architectural barriers to public access. New laws require changes to pool area access including stairs, rails, sloped entries and pool lifts.

Download PDF 2010 ADA Standards.

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