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The latest ActiveYards fencing products are here for you to view via YouTube!

Did you know the ActiveYards YouTube page has a variety of helpful videos to assist in selecting, purchasing and installing an ActiveYards fence? The videos are ideal for homeowners looking for information on products and how to shop, and a great refresher tool for do-it-yourselfers who plan on installing a fence in their own yard.

pool 3 new videos have recently been added:

Cambium - tree inspired fencing, Cambium technology gives you the wood look but without the continued upkeep with maintaining traditional wood fencing. This technology stays strong year after year, and will not warp, crack or mildew. Its natural beauty allows it to blend in to the environment, creating a stunning backyard sanctuary.

Sequoia – Fusion Series – this video takes you step-by-step through the installation process of installing either the Sequoia vertical or horizontal panels. Sequoia has a modern, sophisticated “urban” look that stands out from other privacy panels currently on the market. This fence features ActiveYards unique GlideLock® and SolarGuard® ingenuities into one ideal system.

3-Ways to Shop, Select, and Install – this consumer-friendly shopping method walks you through the process of shopping, selecting, and installing your new ActiveYards fence.

Subscribe to the ActiveYards YouTube page and visit often as we update and add informational videos for consumers and professional alike! And let us know if there is a video or install you’d like to see. We always welcome questions and suggestions from our valued customers! https://www.youtube.com/user/ActiveYards

Keeping it Safe Around the Pool
Summer is right around the corner, brush up on your pool safety now!

It’s not too early to begin thinking of pool safety, even when there is a foot of snow on the ground for us Northerners! The Pool Safely website has a list of priorities everyone should follow to keep our families safe and secure this pool season:

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Practice Supervision 

  • Never take your eyes off children in the water—not for a minute! Always designate a “pool watcher.”

Install Barriers 

  • CPSC strongly recommends that all residential pools have a 4-foot barrier, such as a fence with self-closing and self-latching gates. If the house is the fourth side of a barrier, secure doors with alarms that prevent children from wandering into the pool area.

Avoid Entrapments

  • Suction from a pool or spa’s drain can be so powerful it can trap an adult underwater. Do not use a pool or spa if there are broken or missing drain covers.
  • Ask your pool operator if your pool or spa’s drains are compliant with the Pool and Spa Safety Act.

Know Life-Saving Skills

  • Teach your children how to swim
  • Know CPR so you can help save a life if a water emergency happens
  • Understand the basics of life-saving so you can assist in an emergency

Your greatest water safety assurance comes from adopting and practicing as many safety steps as possible. Adding an extra safety step around the water can make all the difference. You can never know which safety measure will save a life – until it does. The CPSC estimates that each year nearly 300 children younger than five drown in swimming pools and spas and more than 3,200 children that age go to hospital emergency rooms due to submersion injuries in pools and spas.

  • Learn how to swim
  • Know basic water safety skills, such as CPR
  • Install fences and other barriers
  • Use pool alarms and covers

Entrapment caused by powerful suction from a pool or spa’s drain can trap a child or adult. Do not use a pool or spa if there are broken or missing drain covers.

Source: http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Safety-Education/Safety-Guides/Sports-Fitness-and-Recreation/Pools-and-Spas/ Web.

 

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