Teddy Williams Talks Pool Safety Pro football player Teddy Williams cares a great deal about family—and pool safety is no exception. Most recently, Williams served as a cornerback for the New York Giants. He requested to leave...
Your pool safety net questions answered. Will my child get wet? The honest answer to this common question is - possibly. Read more
Modern swimming pool features vary considerably so for a firm estimate, it is best to have a Katchakid Pool Safety Specialist come to your residence for a free in-home consultation. However, here is a pool safety net cost pricing guide and what you might pay for a pool safety net.
At Katchakid we recently celebrated the 80th birthday of our Katchakid President Blair Esson - inventor and creator of the safety net for pools. Check out the amazing cake!
A common question asked of us is, "is a pool safety net a pool cover?" and the answer is yes - it is a pool net cover!
With pool barrier codes mandated in most US States to be confident of a high level of quality and safety select pool safety covers that are manufactured and installed to the most referenced code for pool safety covers -the ASTM F 1346-91 statute.
Most drowning prevention organizations recommend multiple layers of protection, however, the barrier you choose to keep your children safe should be the one you are 100% committed to using. Here are some points to consider on a pool safety fence vs. pool safety net:
Dog pool safety - Katchakid pool safety nets are often used to protect pets left in a yard from the dangers of a unprotected pool. Although most dogs can swim, they can quickly get into trouble when they can't find the pool steps or shallow end to get out of a pool.
Since Katchakid invented the pool safety net over 40 years ago, we have installed pool nets for many famous clients. Drowning prevention is always our primary focus and protecting every child is of paramount importance to us, but there is no denying that installing a pool safety net for a celebrity client such as Tori Spelling creates a buzz of excitement around the office.
Katchakid CEO Blair Esson invented and patented the first central tension system close to 40 years ago as a means to get a pool safety net to the required tension without excessive physical exertion. Learn more: