Removable Pool Fence cost
Removable pool fences are an ideal solution for providing security for your kids and peace of mind for yourself when your pool is not in use. Rather than encompassing the entire pool area including patios or decks, removable pool fencing is typically installed within a foot or two of the pool itself. This cuts down on the amount of fencing required, reducing costs. The Fencing is lightweight yet rugged, strong enough to prevent access to the pool but light enough for one person to remove it and set it back up. The mesh is climb-resistant too.
This page of the Fence Guides website will provide you with important data so that you can make an informed decision about using removable pool fencing to safeguard your property. But feel free to also check out our page on 10 Inground and Above Ground Swimming Pool Fence Ideas or our below.
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The Code and Regulations For Pool Fencing
The regulations pertaining to swimming pool fencing will differ slightly state by state so it’s important to check your own state recommendations to ensure that you’re 100% clear on what your local regulations are – see the Residential Swimming Pool Fence Regulations. However, the following regulations will give you a guide of what sort of things you need to consider when choosing your swimming pool fence:
- The top part of the fence must be at least 48 inches above the grade.
- There should be a gap of no more than 4 inches between the bottom of the fence and the grade upon which it stands
- Gaps or openings within the fence should prevent the passage of any sized sphere exceeding 4 inches in diameter
- The fence should not have protrusions or indentations
- Any gates within the fence should be self closing once let go and must open in a direction away from the pool
- There shouldn’t be any objects or structures close by which would allow an individual to scale or climb over the pool fence