Owning a swimming pool is one of life's greatest pleasures. There are few rules for enjoying a pool – whether you're a lap swimmer, a sun bather, or a game-playing splasher, all you've got to do is just go with the flow!
However, there are rules and considerations for maintaining a safe pool environment. Pool safety is a very serious topic and demands a great deal of responsibility on the part of the pool owner. In this section, we've attached two very informative documents created by the National Spa and Pool Institute that cover the wide range of safety issues, for both inground and aboveground/onground pools and spas.
We strongly encourage you to print out the appropriate document and read over it carefully. Consider sharing all or portions of this safety information with other family members and friends who use your pool on a regular basis. Knowing and understanding basic safety precautions is absolutely critical for anyone enjoying a day (or night) by the pool.
The manufacturer stands behind every product produced as outlined by the written warranty. Your Dealer/Builder is an independent businessperson and not an employee or agent of the manufacturer. Seablue Pools cannot assume and does not accept responsibility for the services, representation or contracts made by the Dealer/Builder beyond the scope of the written warranty.
SCP Distributors, LLC does not manufacture diving boards, slides or other features contained on this web site. Installation and use of such equipment must be in strict compliance with the manufacturer's installation specifications, current ANSI/NSPI-5 standards and local building codes and safety regulations. Some features not available in all areas.
NOTE: In some photographs, the safety line rope and floats have been removed from the pool for photographic purposes. The safety line should be permanently attached at all times. We also urge you to use handrails and grabrails in accordance with ANSI/NSPI-5 standards.