Pool Fencing is important to keep your pool area safe, providing a barrier for children so they can not access your swimming pool with out an adult. Arizona Fence Builders takes pool safety serious and are strong supporters of quality pool barrier products. We can design an aesthetically pleasing fence for your pool area while providing a secure barrier that will keep your pool safe at all times. We provide and install pool barriers for residential homes and commercial businesses such as hotel resorts and apartment complexes. Our prices are very competitive and we will work with your city or county to provide the proper fence for your project.
Swimming Pool Gates and Fencing Safety
Our Pool Safely campaign emphasizes the importance of installing barriers as you adopt water safety steps for residential and public pools and spas. An outdoor swimming pool barrier is a physical obstacle that surrounds an outdoor pool or spa so that access to the water is limited to adults. A successful pool barrier prevents a child from getting over, under or through it to gain access to the pool or spa. Another benefit of barriers is they give parents additional time to locate a child before the unexpected becomes a reality. Barriers commonly include a fence, wall or gate. No project Too Big or Too Small, Arizona Fence Builders can handle your fencing needs.
Type Of Pool Fencing
Popular types of pool fencing are:
- Wrought Iron
- Vinyl (PVC)
- Nylon Portable / Removable Fence Mesh
- Safety Glass Custom
- Wood and Block
- Self Closing Safety Gates
Pool Fence Safety Information
POLL FENCE RESOURCES
- The fence or other barrier should be at least five feet high or taller. It should have no footholds or handholds that could help a young child to climb it.
- Vertical fence slats should be less than four inches apart to prevent a child from squeezing through.
- If the fence is chain link, then no part of the diamond-shaped opening should be larger than 1-3/4 inches.
- The maximum clearance at the bottom of the barrier should not exceed four inches above grade. For above-ground pools, there are two recommended ways to prevent young children from climbing into the pool. The steps or ladder into the pool can be secured, locked or removed to prevent access, or a barrier such as a fence can surround the steps or ladder.
- Fence gates should open out from the pool and should be self-closing and self-latching. The gate should be well maintained to close and latch easily. The latch should be out of a child’s reach.
- If a gate is properly designed, even if the gate is not completely latched, a young child pushing on the gate to enter the pool area will at least close the gate and may actually engage the latch.
- The release mechanism for the gate should be at least three inches below the top of the gate on the side facing the pool.
- The gate should have no opening greater than 1/2 inch within 18 inches of the latch release mechanism. This prevents a young child from reaching through the gate and releasing the latch.