Louisville, Kentucky is a city made famous for two diverse reasons; world class horse racing and the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory; the number one supplier of premier baseball bats. Obviously then, it is no surprise that the residents of Louisville have an inherent love of outdoor sports of all kinds. This fondness for outside entertainment combined with a humid subtropical climate, Louisville generates hot summer days and nights, means private swimming pools are an attractive and desired home feature. In Louisville, swimming is a favorite summer recreational activity, and lively sporting events are often followed by joyfully cooling off poolside.
However, with such a large population of private pool owners, Louisville homeowners have a responsibility to ensure the safety of those enjoying the benefits of poolside fun. Swimming is relaxing and enjoyable, but swimming pools can pose a grave danger to our loved ones and community when safety measures and procedures are not implemented or followed. Therefore, it’s important to seek advice from qualified pool safety professionals. Katchakid Pool Safety is an excellent resource for pool safety equipment. Founded by Blair Esson over 40 years ago, after the accidental drowning of a friend’s child, Katchakid has been saving lives and educating pool owners for decades. Motivated by this tragedy, Blair created the pool safety net to prevent children from accessing a pool area unsupervised. Since then, he has built his company which boast the highest reputation for standards of quality product and customer service.
Whether you choose a removable fence with its self-latching, key-lockable gate surrounding your pool or a safety net covering your pool, Katchakid is committed to providing quality assurance and peace of mind from start to finish. All products are fitted to the swimming pool shape to allow access when required, and security when needed. Katchakid is committed to partnering with Louisville residents to help them decide the right pool barrier for their family to help keep children safe.