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The Inflatable Swimming Pool is designed to provide a comfortable environment for both adults and children alike. The portable pool is suitable for home domestic outdoor use.
Inflatable pools for summer
Inflatable swimming pools are a great place to spend time with family and friends in the summer heat. It's also a good way for kids to learn how to swim in the summer months, while having fun at the same time. Inflatable swimming pools can be used year round as well, but they are most popular during the warmer weather. During the cooler months you can play game and use as a Balls Pit, just add balls instead of water.
Portable pool easy to set up and take down
The small above ground pools are easy to assemble and disassemble, making it perfect for use around the house. They are light enough that you won't have any trouble carrying them into your home shed or around your backyard. Use a garden hose to fill the pool with water.
Swimming pools safety considerations
If you're planning on having an inflatable pool at your home, there are some things that you need to know before purchasing one.
On 1 December 2019, new laws to improve swimming pool and spa safety came into effect in Victoria. These include new registration, inspection and certification requirements for property owners. As part of these changes, owners are required to register their pool and spa with their local council and have their safety barrier inspected once every four years. If a Victorian residential pool or spa has a depth of 30cm or more (300mm), it is required to be surrounded by a safety barrier. This rule also applies to inflatable pools.
Before buying any pool or spa, it is important to consider the Pool and spa compliant safety barrier laws by your local and state government for guidelines in your area.
Make sure to empty and store safely away where children can’t reach. Never leave it where it can refill with rain or sprinkler water.
Supervise and actively watch children within arm’s reach. Don’t leave older children in charge.