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download19Whether you have a private pool or a pool open to the public, you might considering having adaptive equipment available for swimmers. If you happen to own a public pool or spa, it is required by the Americans with Disabilities Act to meet certain regulations regarding handicap accessbility to ensure that all are included and allowed to access the pool. You can read the ADA public pool requirements here. While private pools and spas are not required to meet these regulations, some homeowners or private owners might consider having accessible means of entry and exit and other aquatic adaptive equipment for swimmers. These types of equipment can be beneficial to users who might be in wheelchairs or have a disability. There are also many supplies to consider that are great for people who might be doing aquatic exercise and aquatic therapy. Here is some great adaptive equipment and supplies worth considering for your pool or spa: Continue reading “Aquatic Adaptive Equipment for Pools and Spas” »

Forget everything you know about pools. Well, don’t forget how to swim, put the correct amount of chemicals in, change the filter, and put on the cover. But besides those things, forget what you know about pools because the future is here, which is actually the present. Pools have been around for centuries, but in this modern era of consumerism and ridiculousness scientists have spent years developing the latest and greatest pool gadgets to make your pool experience the best possible. Your neighbors will be jealous when they look over the fence to see these unique pool gadgets and accessories. Continue reading “Pool Accessories & Gadgets” »