Packing for a Move
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Packing for a Move

Welcome to my website. I’m hoping to provide you with some useful packing tips. My name is Ellen Monday. My family and I moved from a very large home to a large home. My point being, although we still live in a large house, we did downsize. It was almost like packing for two moves because we had belongings going to the new house and some going to storage. We had to make decisions about what we wanted to keep, store and get rid of. I have some tips on how we made those decisions, and the best ways we found to pack. Items that were going into storage were packed differently than those we were moving to the new house. Boxes had to be carefully and clearly marked so we didn’t end up storing our everyday dishes or something tragic like that! Hope you enjoy my blog.


Packing for a Move

Securing Your Pool With A Safety Fence

Aaron Carroll

Your swimming pool may be one of your favorite features of your property. However, you may not appreciate the potential risks that it can pose. In particular, households with small children and pets should take steps to prevent a child or small animal from falling in the pool and getting trapped.

Install A Suitable Safety Fence Around The Pool

One of the best options for preventing these accidents can be to place a fence around the pool. This fencing system will prevent children or pets from being able to get to the pool without your permission and observation. Luckily, these fences can be fairly affordable to install since they only need to protect a fairly small size area. Furthermore, this can keep this installation process short so that you will be able to minimize any impacts that it has on your summer plans.

Ensure The Fence's Gate Can Be Secured

When you have decided to install a pool safety fence, you should ensure that the gate that allows individuals to pass through the fence can be secured. While this may mean installing a locking system, this is not always necessary. Rather, you may still be able to secure the fence with a latching system that a pet or child will be unable to reach. Being aware of this need can help you with choosing a fence design that will provide the most effective security for your pool. This way, you avoid the need to replace the gate soon after installing the fence if it does not prevent access to the pool.

Choose A Fence That Allows You To Still See The Pool

As you are evaluating your options for pool fencing systems, it is important to choose a solution that will not block your view of the pool. This is essential for ensuring that you will be able to see if a child or pet is somehow able to circumvent the fence and gain access to the swimming area. In addition to chain-link fencing being an option that can meet this requirement, you can also opt for a glass fence solution that will provide this level of protection while also preserving the aesthetics of your pool area. While it may seem like these fences will be easy to break, they will typically utilize impact-resistant glass that will be able to handle hail impacts and other potential sources of damage.

To learn more, contact a company that provides things like pool safety gates.