As the 2nd largest city in Kentucky, Lexington is renowned as the horse capital of the world. Rolling bluegrass hills, economic growth, and development continues to attract young families to this city and its surrounding areas. A culture rich in beautiful landscape and history, Lexington generates a natural desire for outdoor entertainment. With more than half the population owning their homes, residents of Lexington take pride in enjoying and celebrating the perks of homeownership and hospitality, with warm summer months generating the enjoyment associated with outdoor life including the daily use of backyard pools.
Water, family, and fun equate well with swimming pools, but to maintain a proper balance of safety and fun, understanding the responsibility of pool ownership is important. Katchakid Pool Safety is a reliable resource for the security needs of Lexington pool owners. Founded by Blair Esson, Katchakid has become a leading standard of quality pool safety barriers in the United States. Blair created the company after the accidental drowning of a close friend’s child – when it was made evident to him that drowning is silent, insidious and senseless. Katchakid today continues to provide pool safety nets, fences and covers that comply with the highest standards of safety while offering an aesthetic appeal customized for your landscape.
Katchakid offers removable pool fencing to surround your pool, safety nets to cover your pool and leaf covers to protect your pool from unwanted debris. Top of the line materials are standard with Katchakid, and trained experienced installers will ensure completion of your job with the highest level of expertise. In business for more than 40 years, Katchakid has a proven track record for quality pool safety barriers and exceeds expectations for excellent customer service. Katchakid’s cornerstone mission is about saving lives. Reliability and accessibility are paramount in their mission to bring peace of mind and safety to your poolside. Contact Katchakid and experience quality in action.