pool can give you, your family and guests many years of fun
and relaxation. Take the responsibility for safety. Any recreational
activity that involves water poses a risk of personal injury.
Swimming in an inground pool is no exception.
Your awareness and understanding of safety practices and rules
pertaining to the use of inground pools can reduce the risk
of serious injury. Read the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals
excellent brochure: “The Sensible Way To Enjoy Your
Inground Swimming Pool” to learn how to avoid swimming-related
• Don’t allow diving or jumping in your pool.
Remember, alcohol consumption and swimming do not mix.
• Carefully supervise all the swimmers in your pool
- especially small children. They’re your responsibility.
Always secure your pool from unsupervised and unauthorized
• Make sure signs, stickers, and labels are posted and
clearly visible and that rescue devices, such as life rings
or ropes, are nearby.
NOTICE: This website is for illustrative
purposes only. The fabricator makes only those representations
which are stated in its written warranties. Any other representations,
statements or contracts made by the dealer and/or the contractor
to the customer regarding any materials produced by the fabricator
are attributable only to the dealer and/or contractor. The
dealer or contractor who sells or installs your pool is not
an agent or employee of the fabricator.
Caution: The use of diving and sliding equipment
can be hazardous. Imperial Pools, Inc. does not recommend
the use of these appliances. If used, care should be exercised
to use only equipment meeting the recommended safety codes
established by the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals.
Pools are designed and intended for private residential