This brings up another issue: electricity. To ensure the safety of all swimmers, experts suggest that battery-powered appliances and fixtures be installed. While it’s true that cord-connected devices are reliable, they are also likely to pose a grounding hazard should they sustain damage. If the homeowner insists on using an integrated electrical system, the pool should be inspected for compliance with the National Electrical Code.
Luckily, a one-stop pool design and build firm like Tranquility Pools treats this as a standard operating procedure whenever they’re called to build NJ swimming pools. Whether in the summer or at any time of the year, it pays to have these pool safety measures installed.