Save yourself from heartache and liability issues by making sure your pool is safe to be in and around, even when you're not at home. There are laws in California which mandate certain locking mechanisms around a pool, or at least around a yard that encloses a pool.
Low-Impact Pool Fences
Many homeowners do not appreciate the visual impact a fence can have on a pool, despite the obvious safety concerns that come from having a pool open to the outside. We can recommend many visually pleasing options for pool fences. These options help preserve the aesthetic of your backyard while adding a layer of separation between the water and young children or pets.
We offer Life Saver pool fences, with beautifully designed high mil weatherproof mesh and self-closing gates. These fences come with a lifetime guarantee and are rated as a safety leader by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission. We also offer "vanishing" and mesh safety fences from Guardian Pool Fense Systems, Inc., a company known and trusted for their exceptional quality and patented technology. These fences can be customized to your unique needs, including stairs, and feature a patented self-closing gate, smaller holes drilled into your deck, or even "no holes" options.
- Non-slip flooring for better grip, especially on beach entry pools
- Grab rails for safe entry and exit
- Ladders to facilitate easier access to the pool in the deeper end
- Chemical balance education, guidance, and service
- Safety covers to prevent accidental fall-ins
- High tech swim monitoring systems
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