If you are looking into information on emergency phones, it’s worth getting some context on all emergency response options at a high level. Here, we’ll attempt to do just that with a ‘types of emergency phones’ glossary where we’ll provide important facts and links to outside resources for ALL types of emergency phones, along with special considerations.
We have found as an emergency pool phone provider that there are multifamily communities unaware that their current pool phone service is actually using a deactivated cell phone. Depending on the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ), this often does not pass inspection for several reasons. This puts both property managers and their tenants at risk. Learn why.
Should you disable your emergency phone during the off-season (pool phone) or can the monitoring cost be based on usage? Here's the information you need to know.
Stay-at-home orders are being lifted and we are looking for the “new normal.” But what does that mean and how does that impact pool season?
Kings III is the leading provider of communication solutions for code required emergency pool phones, often called 911 phones.
Pool phones not required by law in your state? Not having one will still leave you, your residents, and your property vulnerable to many life safety issues. Here's what you need to know.
You may be inclined to switch off your pool phone service during your pool's off season, but by doing so you may be leaving your property vulnerable and your residents at risk. Here's what you need to know about pool-related emergencies in the winter.
Pool season may be coming to an end, but any property manager with a pool on their property knows that pool maintenance doesn't stop just because it's closed. Here are some manageable tips to maintain your pool this off season.