PHOENIX - A Valley company is taking action to prevent drownings. Fulton Homes is giving away 15 free pool fences to families in need to insure water and pool safety for kids.
Drowning related deaths are one of the leading causes in children across the country; making proper fencing pivotal.
In order to insure kids don’t go over, under or through your pool fence, there are a number of things to watch out for when installing a pool fence.
Pool Barrier Tips:
Arizona has a pool fence law stating all residential pools must be enclosed by a barrier.
For more information on how to nominate a deserving family to receive a free pool fence, you can go to call (602) 452-1000 or go to www.fultonhomes.com and click on the "Fulton Foundation" link.
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