Guarding The Bottom Line

Are you wondering how to squeeze a few more days and dollars out of your aquatic equipment? Like most other aquatic complexes built decades ago, the pools in Garland, Texas, utilized standard lifeguard chairs, made of fiberglass and mounted on a steel pole bolted to the pool deck. After 30 years of using this type of stand, city staff decided in 1996 to replace all stands with a new design that could be manufactured in-house. The entire chair was made …


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