4 Things To Look For When Buying A Swimming Pool Net

If you have a swimming pool, spa, or other water feature in your home, safety is probably one of your biggest concerns. This is especially so if you have young kids. A recommendation to keep your kids safe is to invest in a safety pool net for your swimming pool.

There are currently companies out there that manufacture and distribute quality pool nets, but there are also companies that make cheap and dangerous pool nets. To help you tell which is which, here are four important things to know before purchasing a pool net.

1. Ensure The Pool Net Is ASTM Certified

When buying a pool net, you should buy one that is certified by ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials). This certification is the most reliable indication that the net is high quality. ASTM has established itself over the years as one of the strictest standard organization and for anything to receive their certification, it must meet very high-quality standards.

4 Things To Look For When Buying A Swimming Pool Net
4 Things To Look For When Buying A Swimming Pool Net

Before a net is certified it is independently tested for safety by the organization and it has to pass all the individuals tests. If you want a pool safety net that will be safe, then ASTM certification is a must.

2. Buy From An Experienced Pool Safety Manufacturer

When you’re looking to buy a pool net, keep in mind that not everyone is able to produce a quality net. Aside from the expertise and technical know-how, experience is also one of the most important things that a manufacturer can possess.

A company like All-Safe Pool Fence & Covers (www.AllSafePool.com) has been making pool nets for many years and has extensive experience in pool safety products. It is because of this experience that they only manufacture high-quality pool nets. Experience is the best teacher. Through experience, a company can get more insight and develop better techniques in pool net manufacturing.

3. Professional Services

When buying a swimming pool net, look for a company that offers professional installation. A professional installer is very knowledgeable and aware of all aspects needed to ensure safety and compliance. During the installation, they will check even the smallest details to ensure that the pool net is perfectly safe.

A pool safety net is custom installed for each pool so the installation process does require a trained professional. The installer will need to drill holes with the proper spacing, set the anchors, sew in the central tensioning system (CTS) in the proper place, stretch the net, attach the clips, cut the net to the shape of the pool, sew the border, and adjust to the proper tension.

4. The Exclusive Offers That Come With The Net

When buying a pool net, you should never settle for anything less than the best. This is why thousands of customers have trusted the All-Safe brand. With more than two decades of experience, their exclusive product features and tools set All-Safe apart. These offers are exclusively offered by All-Safe:

  • Titan Tool – this is the tool used to apply tension to the CTS. It allows for a faster and easily removed pool net. It also comes in two sizes so every user has what best suits their needs
  • Strongest Net Material on the market – All-Safe’s 5mm pool net material is 31% stronger than the 4mm or 3mm net material other companies provide.

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