With summer rapidly approaching yet again, pools are being installed one after the other. There are many aspects to putting in a pool including the fencing which is essential for the safety of pool owners and their children. Being a council requirement, the pool fencing needs careful consideration to. This article will go over the most common pool fencing options, the most common applications and the Pro’s and Con’s that come with each solution.
Frameless glass fencing is unobtrusive, has minimal effect on your garden and landscaping, is easy to maintain, and is extremely difficult to scale or climb. Glass fencing can be purchased in an easy to install DIY kit set form with standard sized panels. BelAire Frameless Glass pool Fencing is made of Grade A toughened safety glass, and manufactured by New Zealand standards.
Pools where a completely unobstructed view is required. Not only is it going to look the best aesthetically but it is going to protect views to amazing locations, the kids playing in the pool and your awesome outdoor space.
A Solid Wall is a high quality post and panel system which gives a similar look to that of a block/plaster wall at a fraction of the cost. The beauty of these Solid walls being the classy modern look they give to your pool area.
Most commonly used for privacy purposes where there are neighbours, or where people can see in. also very commonly used around roadways for its acoustic properties as well.
Aluminium fencing is taking off around New Zealand and is being seen more and more around pools. With vertical and horizontal applications, it is very easy to achieve a unique and standout look.
Practically anywhere where Glass fencing is not being used. This is because of the endless customisation due to the slats being supplied in kitset form, easily manipulatable to no gaps between the slats or to have them open.
Conventional tubular aluminium fencing is the most common alternative to glass fencing due to the cost effective simple nature of it.
Often used when the fencing is out of sight e.g. below infinity pools. Also commonly used on more cost effective pool builds.
Choosing the right Pool fence for you and your needs is a must. When considering pool fencing options, make sure to match all the different styles of fencing to what you needs are. Whether it be privacy, unobstructed views, acoustic reductions, or savingcosts, there are solutions for every need. These products are all easily integrated and no single solution might be the best for your whole project.
It is highly recommended to consider the maintenance, quality and warranties on products when purchasing as it is a lifelong investment that you want to last.
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