Clearance requirements for pool installations near overhead and underground wiring

Electrical safety around swimming pools is critical. Overhead power lines as well as underground wiring represent a shock hazard when in close proximity to swimming pools. The Canadian Electrical Code (CEC) has specific requirements in Section 68, Pools, tubs, and spas, intended to provide enhanced electric-shock protection in these aquatic environments by means of bonding and ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protection.
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How to make money when accessorizing pools this summer

There is always money to be made anytime a pool contractor enters a backyard—whether opening/closing a pool, starting a new project, or taking on a renovation. One of the best ways to do this is to offer products that do not shutdown the pool for a prolonged period, but...
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