Pet Fence

The World’s Only Mesh Pool Fence That Doesn’t Require Drilling

You’ve been asking, and we delivered…

Guardian Pool Fence Systems is proud to introduce to you the first “No Holes” pool fence system in the world. 

After years of research, this ingeniously engineered No Holes fence is the first of its kind. Whether you’re a renter, only have children visit occasionally, or you simply don’t want to drill holes in your deck, we have engineered a solution for you.

Our No Holes Pool Fence provides a sturdy base for our poles to stand from. These bases, when connected and filled with water or sand, become extremely difficult to move, securing your fence in place, yet upon emptying, are easy to remove and store.

You can bet our No Holes Mesh Fence will provide the same quality and safety you have grown to expect from a Guardian product. 

Here’s How It Works:

 

  1. Place the high-density polyethylene bases around the pool or area you want to block off and securely connect the bases.
  2. Fill each base with water or sand. (The bases individually hold about 8 gallons. When filled with water, each base weighs about 65 pounds and if filled with sand the weight can close to double. These bases usually don’t stand alone, so when connected, their combined weight moves into the hundreds and upwards of thousands of pounds, making this fence secure and incredibly difficult to move as a unit.)
  3. After the bases are properly placed, connected and filled, you can then install our Guardian Premier Pool Fence into the bases and finish securing the mesh panels by hooking our spring-loaded safety latches.

 

Requires NO HOLES In The Ground

 Easy To Assemble

 Portable

 US Patent #8,579,262

Heights

 

The Guardian No Holes line pool fencing system is available in 48″, 54″ and 60″ heights.

 

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Pole Colors

Pole colors: grey, black, grey, green, mill, brown.

 

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Mesh And Border Colors

Mesh: black, green, brown

Border: black, green, brown,  grey, beige

 

See our articles about picking the right color  and the right height for your safety fence.

Fence:

The Base

The bases are 3′ long. They weigh around 65 pounds when filled with water. Each 12-foot section of fence will weigh approximately 260 pounds. Because the collective weight is so heavy, children and pets are unable to knock the fence over to gain access to the pool. Filling the bases with sand will add extra weight if you require more weight.


Poles

Our Premier Fence Poles are constructed using Marine Grade 6063 T6 aluminum poles, reinforced with PVC, and secured to a ½” diameter chambered stainless steel rod at its base that supports the fulcrum.

 

Pole Spacing

Our standard pole spacing is distanced at 36″.


Screws & Bolts

All Guardian screws and eye bolts are made from 304 stainless steel. We will coat both with a Teflon-like finish to match the color of your selected poles unless desired otherwise. Unlike paint, our finish will not peel.


Heights

4 foot, 4 ½ foot or 5 foot heights. Custom heights are available. Pricing will vary. *The minimum height recommended by the U.S.C.P.S.C. is 4 feet.

FABRICS:

premier meshPremier Guardlock Mesh

5 stands x 5 strands per square inch weave.
Our most transparent mesh.
Excellent permeability.
Available in black, brown, and green.

 

Guardtex Mesh

Guardtex Mesh

10 strands X 10 strands per square inch weave.
Excellent transparency.
Available in black.

 

pet mesh Pet Mesh

11 strands X 16 strands per square inch weave.
Extremely durable.
Available in black.

 

 


Locking Mechanisms:

Hooks And Eyes

All Guardian Pool Fence Systems hooks and eyes are made from 304 stainless steel. BLACK TEFLON coated stainless steel hooks & eyes are used with dark colored poles and stainless steel finished hooks and eyes are used for light colored poles. We coat the hooks and eyes strictly for aesthetic reasons. Our Teflon color coat will not peel.


Padlocks

Our padlocks are made of solid brass with a solid brass shackle. To prevent unauthorized removal of fence, padlocks can be used to lock adjoining fence panels, requiring a key for fence removal. The average pool fence needs between 10 and 15 padlocks.