It may not feel like it at the moment, but summer is just around the corner. Soon, drivers of open-topped cars will feel the warm sun against their skin, the housing market will pick up and you can stow away your clumsy winter rain gear and kids’ snow suits.
If you own a swimming pool, now is also the time to start thinking about pool safety. If you have children or grandchildren or if you have neighbors that do, a solid fence is a must. Infants and toddlers are naturally attracted to water and have absolutely no fear about splashing around in your unguarded pool when there is no one around. Older kids consider a fence something to climb over in order to get to your pool.
The exact cost of a small pool fence can be only determined if we know the exact installation involved. We cannot give you prices over the phone. Just imagine, how disappointed you would be if we told you a “ballpark figure” just to find out later that the actual cost is more. The price depends on the types of fence, height, mesh material, distance from the pool, the installation (dirt, pavement, stairs) and more.
Guardian’s removable mesh pool fence with self-closing gate is the perfect solution. It has so many appealing features:
- Gate trusses are welded together for maximum strength and child safety.
- Available in heights of 4′, 4-1/2′ and 5′.
- All padlocks are 100% brass. Padlocks must be unlocked in order to remove the fence. Thus, locking the fence older children and teenagers are unable to take the fence down (provided you have hidden the key in a safe place).
- Guardian’s strong, transparent interlocking mesh is available in your choice of three colors: black, green or brown (Guardtex mesh is available in black only.).
- Fine mesh construction means there are no cross-bars or holes to enable kids to get a cheeky toe-hold.
This mesh pool fence is not only safe and secure, it is also attractive and will not detract from the beauty of your pool area. Best of all, the slender fence poles, made from marine-grade aluminum, require that you drill holes around the pool no larger than the size of a dime in diameter. Other fences typically require half-dollar-sized holes or larger.
Summer will be here before you know it. Make sure pool safety is at the top of your agenda, alongside dusting the barbecue and buying new swim suits.