Pool Safety Equipment

Is Your Pool Safe?

Pool Safety Equipment

Is Your Pool Safe? Call Colony Pool Service to learn more about Baby-Loc Fencing.

A swimming pool is a great place for family and friends.  And, it is important to make your pool a safe place, even when you’re not using it.

Reliable and Dependable Source for Pool Safety Equipment Since 1970.

Our goal is to make your swimming pool and spa inviting, safe, and healthy by offering a wide selection of products to each of our individual residential pool owners.  It's also part of our commitment to protecting your family by educating you with safety pool equipment.

Swimming Pool Safety Equipment Featuring:

  • Pool Alarms
  • ADA Chair Lifts
  • Bottom Drains
  • Anti-Entrapment Drain Covers
  • Baby-Loc Safety Fence
  • First Aid Kits
  • Hooks, Rings, Lines
  • Pool Rule Signs
  • Rescue Tubes
  • Anchors, Floats, Rope
  • Safety Pool Covers
  • Spine Boards
  • Suction Outlets
  • Swimming Aids
  • Vac-Alert
  • Vacuum Release System

Need recommendations or help choosing the right product?  Give us a call today.

For updated pool and spa safety tips, check Pool Safely Matters and American Red Cross

Retail Pool Store.
Our tax-free Retail Store is conveniently located at The Shoppes at Naamans, Wilmington, Delaware allowing our residential and commercial clients to shop for all of their pool and spa supply needs.

Corporate Office/Service (Headquarters).
Delivering the highest quality products and services to each of our clients.  More importantly, we offer first-class customer support.  Give us a call today at (302) 762-2250 or (610) 459-9592 or contact us online so that we may help you.

LICENSED AND INSURED.

Fully licensed, UL certified, insured, bonded, and a proud member of the Better Business Bureau, Association of Pools and Spa Professionals (APSP), Northeast Spa & Pool Association (NESPA), Penn Jersey Pool & Spa, and Delaware Rural Water Association (DRWA).

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Better Business Bureau® Accredited Business since 5/23/2005