I’ve heard about a new safety law for swimming pools — the Virginia Graham Baker law or VGB law. Do I need to be concerned about that?

Posted 07.31.14 at 3:57 pm no comments leave a comment

It depends. If you are operating a commercial swimming pool, and you are not in compliance with the new Virginia Graham Baker act of 2008, you can most definitely be thrown in jail and fined.

If you are a homeowner, then as of this writing (August, 2009), you are not required to comply with the specifics of the VGB act. However, it is always wise to make sure your pool is operating as safely as possible. If you’re not sure about the safety condition of your swimming pool, please call us for no-charge consultation over the phone. If you prefer, we can perform a formal safety inspection of your swimming pool, and make recommendations for optimum safety.