The Fire Marshall and Health Inspector are required to come and periodically inspect your Pool Gate. They have strict guidelines on exactly how your gate is supposed to operate. If you are not careful, you may be delaying your pool opening due to a failed inspection.
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There is really no messing around when it comes to Pool Gates. If your pool gate is not up to code, you not only won’t be able to open on time for the season but may cause a dangerous situation for one or more of your residents.
If you are worried that your gate is not up to code, or you are just looking to make some improvements on its functionality, we got you covered. Every year we service HOA Communities all over Charlotte, and the greater Charlotte region.
Here are a few things you may want to check if you are unsure:
Does the pool have a Single Means of Egress (a fancy word for a good way to exit)?
Does your gate utilize access control?
If there is a Power Failure, will people still be able to exit your pool?
Your best bet when it comes to Pool Gates is to give us a call. We have a ton of experience bringing gates up to code and even performing new installs. Our technicians can have you up and running in no time!