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Add diatomaceous earth (DE) to your pool skimmer, stick to around a scoop or two \u2013 no more than the size of a 1lb coffee cup. The moment you do this, go to the pool jets to see if it is returning DE into the pool, or if the water suddenly looks cloudy. If it is, you likely have an issue with your filter.
Community association pools are often considered 'public pools' subject to regulation by Chapter 514, Florida Statutes.
Every swimming pool in Florida is required to have a barrier surrounding it that is at least 48 inches high. This barrier can't have any openings or gaps through which a child could climb or crawl, and must completely enclose the entire pool.
This is more than just about swimming pool cracks or a broken tile. The heating system, valves, pool pump and filtration and accessories, should all be checked and tested as well as any draining issues. Things like the pool covers and any fencing are expensive to replace, so should also have a keen eye go over them.
(3) \u201cPrivate pool\u201d means a facility used only by an individual, family, or living unit members and their guests which does not serve any type of cooperative housing or joint tenancy of five or more living units.
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To protect the public health and safety, the Florida Department of Health is responsible for safety and water quality at public swimming pools. In Section 514.011(2), Florida Statutes, a public swimming pool is: \u2026 defined as: a watertight structure \u2026
Above Ground Pools are regulated by the Florida Building Code and do require a permit to ensure compliance with state and local regulations.
(2) \u201cPublic swimming pool\u201d or \u201cpublic pool\u201d means a watertight structure of concrete, masonry, or other approved materials which is located either indoors or outdoors, used for bathing or swimming by humans, and filled with a filtered and disinfected water supply, together with buildings, appurtenances, and equipment ...
A residential swimming pool barrier must have all of the following characteristics: (a) the barrier must be at least 4 feet high on the outside; (b) the barrier may not have any gaps, openings, indentations, protrusions, or structural components that could allow a young child to crawl under, squeeze through, or climb ...
Every swimming pool in Florida is required to have a barrier surrounding it that is at least 48 inches high. This barrier can't have any openings or gaps through which a child could climb or crawl, and must completely enclose the entire pool.

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