Friday, October 21, 2011

All-Safe Pool Safety Products is now WeddingWire Rated for 2011

Orange,CA - October 21st, 2011 - WeddingWire, the nation's leading wedding technology company, is pleased to announce that All-Safe Pool Safety Products is WeddingWire Rated 2011 for Event Rentals. WeddingWire Rated is an annual award program that distinguishes wedding vendors across the country for their excellence. Based on hundreds of thousands of recent wedding reviews, WeddingWire Rated is the most recognized and trusted brand among engaged couples looking to find the best local businesses for their wedding.

Reviews by our newlywed clients will include detailed ratings and insightful descriptions about their experiences working with our business and staff. Our reviews provide transparency for potential clients, assisting them in making the most informed decisions for their big day.

"We are delighted to unveil the 5th annual WeddingWire Rated program," said Timothy Chi, CEO, WeddingWire, Inc. "All-Safe Pool Safety Products has made a commitment to capturing their clients experiences on the nation's leading wedding review site."

As the largest site for wedding reviews, WeddingWire empowers engaged couples with the most comprehensive and trusted review system available. The WeddingWire Rated program provides a simple platform to capture customer feedback from their wedding planning experience. Newly engaged couples can easily access all of the reviews on We would like to thank our newlyweds for our WeddingWire Rated 2011 recognition.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Pool Fencing Helps Secure Your Pool

All-Safe's pool fencing provides an excellent barrier to your swimming pool and is easy to use. Learn more about All-Safe's pool safety products, and how to use a removable mesh pool fence

Monday, April 11, 2011

Toddler Drowns in Backyard Pool

In the news today is the story of a two-year-old Sacramento boy that drowned Sunday in a backyard swimming pool while visiting relatives.
Paramedics transported the boy to a local hospital but he could not be revived.
Basic safety measures like installing a fence around a swimming pool and alarms on doors leading to the pool area can help prevent similar accidents, said the local Fire Deputy Chief. Both precautions are required by building codes, but the rules only apply to new pools and said homeowners sometimes disable the alarms after they are installed.
More information about swimming pool fences and pool safety can be found at All-Safe's website.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Pediatricians in Florida Support Swimming Lessons for Young Children

An article in Pool & Spa News reports that a Florida drowning-prevention initiative is expanding with the backing of pediatricians.

Pediatricians statewide soon will become part of an effort to promote water safety, including swim education and instruction for young children, as part of the Florida Drowning Prevention Task Force.

This comes on the heels of a major policy shift by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Last summer, the group reversed its long-held recommendation that children under age 4 should not be given swim lessons.

Read the full article here.