Is your hand rail looking old?
Do you get a little shock from your pool hand rail?
The good news is that in most cases the shock that occurs is only between 1 and 3 volts in which is considered a nuisance voltage. This results in a tingling or a stinger sensation when a person touches the handrail. Children are more often more perceptive to this than adults and are often the ones who initially notice the problem. All components such as pool hand rails that have anchors recessed into the patio deck are bonded by connecting the copper wire to the side of the anchor. The reinforcing metal in the pool deck is connected to the bonding grid by fastening the copper wire to the metal with a bonding lug at multiple points around the pool. We can install a new one for you, manufactures now hand multi-color hand rails.