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May 2009 is National Water Safety Month


American Leak Detection in Dallas/Fort Worth is Reminding Customers to Put Safety First When it Comes to Engaging in Water Activities

Dallas, TX, May 10, 2009 --(PR.com)-- A steadfast proponent of safety, American Leak Detection of the Dallas/Fort Worth area (http://www.alddfw.com) would like to remind its customers that May 2009 is National Water Safety Month.

“We believe firmly that education and awareness are the best safeguards against common swimming-pool related incidents,” said Will Knell, Director of Operations of the DFW area American Leak Detection. “We fully support the designation of National Water Safety Month and appreciate the awareness on the part of the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals and their partner organizations, The World Waterpark Association and the National Recreation and Park Association for their efforts to increase water safety.”

The three trade organizations are joining forces to remind swimming pool owners, parents and children to consider a few simple practices when it comes to water recreation of any kind. These guidelines lessen the chances of water-related accidents and include:

· At all times, use the buddy system to watch out one another while in the water. Pair up with someone else and make it your business to keep any eye on that person while you are having fun.

· Parental supervision is key. Parents should never leave their children unattended in a swimming pool, not even for a minute or two. It doesn’t take that long for a child to drown, so be sure there is parental supervision at all times.

· If there are rules posted in the swimming pool area, be sure that everyone in and around the swimming pool is adhering to the posted rules.

· If you’re child or loved one cannot swim, invest in swimming lessons. The lessons aren’t meant to help one become an Olympic swimmer, but rather to ensure they know how to swim well enough to function safely in the water.

There will be a host of public service information dispensed about water safety throughout the month as well as education programs, corporate promotions and more, all geared towards increasing public awareness that will help in lessening the number of water-related injuries.

“We just want to do our part to spread awareness of water safety,” said Knell. “Our customers are like family to us, so it’s important to us that they remain healthy and happy throughout the summer and practice safety first in the water.”

For more information on National Water Safety Month, visit www.apsp.org, www.nrpa.org or www.waterparks.org.

American Leak Detection Serving the Greater Dallas Area utilizes specially trained experts and quality equipment to detect leaks before they require major home repairs. The company implements its own proprietary methods and technology to ensure the most non-invasive leak detection possible. Commercial and residential service is available.

About American Leak Detection

American Leak Detection-DFW, Inc. the Original Leak Specialists™, is a fully licensed, Texas-based company that guarantees superior-quality results at competitive prices. American Leak Detection’s highly trained technicians use non-invasive methods to perform services from cause and origin investigations to the environmentally friendly trenchless sewer pipe replacement. Selected from over 250 worldwide franchises as franchise-of-the-year in 1997, American Leak Detection was the first to offer advanced electronic leak detection and is the only company in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to provide a Home Certification program to assure homebuyers and homeowners that their homes or homes-to-be are leak-free. For more information, please visit http://www.alddfw.com.

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Contact: Greg Knell
Phone: 972.713.8691
Company: American Leak Detection – DFW, Inc.
Email: gregk@alddfw.com
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