Wednesday, October 5, 2011

University of Montana installs new pool lift

The Grizzly Pool has installed an updated lift that will allow disabled swimmers to enter and exit the pool without assistance. To comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the pool was required to install the lift before the May of this year. The staff is now trained and excited for disabled swimmers to take advantage of this new left. Click below to see the story from UM News reporter Katherine Kettering and photographer Maegan Simmons.


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Johnson Smith said...

Installing a pool lift is very beneficial for the senior citizens to have the pool side for their enjoyment. and the regular cleaning of the pool will extend the life of its constituent and will result to more pleasant reasons for your family to stay. You should use enough sanitizer, enough water movement, the right PH and temperature, and regular brushing and vacuuming and also check the other swimming pool parts to keep it well and maintained.

Stephen Verbit said...

Few days ago i had repaired all the Pool parts and replaced the old one's with the new one's so that we will not get harm further.Also, if you have your own pool then do clean and maintain it regularly for healthy swimming.