It’s no secret that the clue to Pleasanton‘s success lies within it’s name, the town regularly tops polls in the most desirable township to live in the entire U.S, as it is quite simply exceedingly pleasant. Few towns come close to matching the all round American experience than Pleasanton, as the town has elegantly preserved the architectural influences that have been born through immigration dating back to the days of the Western pioneers, and has a rich cultural calendar celebrating the featuring festivals, parades, concerts and fairs celebrating it’s provenance.
As one of the most desirable places to live in the country, Pleasanton’s sublime climate, great location and cultural tapestry help to propel it to the top in regards to real estate value – residents have to be wealthy to be able to buy here, and as such the properties on offer the very best in domestic comfort. Taking a tour around the sumptuous residential areas, the most noticeable aspect of the landscaping is that it’s rare – if not impossible – to find a property that does not include a swimming pool. Quite simply this is not merely down to the climate being perfect for alfresco living, but also that properties of this value simply must come with luxurious pools as standard.
For those lucky enough to live in this beautiful town, it is fair to presume that they are savvy enough to insure themselves and their property in event of any disaster occurring, however one simple and crucial system is commonly overlooked, and that exists solely to save lives. Installing a well designed and sensitive pool alarm system can – and does – save hundreds of lives every year as children or vulnerable adults make an unsupervised entry into the pool. Whether this occurs through accident or adventure, it is very simple for these individuals to rapidly find themselves out of their depth and floundering against the water. A pool alarm system serves to raise alarm the second this occurs so that anyone nearby can come to help in time.
A pool alarm system works by using acute sensors that measure the depth and ripple of the water in the pool. Even the smallest baby will create more than enough of a splash and disruption to the pool water that will be instantly detected by the sensor, and a siren will immediately raise alarm. These discreet, small sensors are controlled by a master panel that is straightforward to use and many units also contain timers that can be set for the owners convenience. For homeowners with children, or who have families come to visit it is crucial to take responsibility and ensure protective pool equipment is installed, and nowhere is this more true than the beautiful town of Pleasanton.