How to Combine Pool Fence Style with Safety
Where there’s a pool, there’s a pool fence. Or at least there should be a pool fence. If you think of that fence around your pool as a necessary evil, then maybe it’s time for a style upgrade.
No matter where you live in the Valley, having a pool is pretty sweet. If that pool happens to be an indoor pool, the cool factor goes off the charts. But there’s something about an outdoor pool. It’s nice to be able to enjoy the desert air and wind down after a hard day at work. Or relax with a few friends during one of our typical, toasty Las Vegas summer days.
Of course, all that coolness comes with a price tag. There are a few things pool owners need to stay on top of that non-pool owners don’t.
The first thing that comes to mind is probably pool maintenance. Pool water needs a little help to stay crystal clear. Green may be a good look for Kermit the Frog, but it’s not a good look for pool water.
As important as pool maintenance is, pool safety is probably a little higher up on the importance food chain.
Pool owners have a vested interest in controlling who goes in, near or around their pools. If not well safeguarded, a typical homeowner may find that their pool has been overrun by all sorts of pests. Both the two and four legged kind.
For these reasons, installing a proper fence around your pool provides much peace of mind.
Pool Fencing Doesn’t Need to be Ugly
Homeowners have many more pool safety fence options today than ever before. Gone are the days when swimming pool fences were all made of galvanized chain link. Also gone are the days when the only choice was four feet or six feet high.
Many pool fence contractors offer pool safety fences in a wide variety of materials. A1 Fence and Gate Repair matches fencing material with the homeowner’s priorities.
- Strength – It may seem that any pool fence should be strong enough. Yet, homeowners with large dogs may see wrought iron pool fence cost as an investment in peace of mind.
- Privacy – In Las Vegas and Henderson, space between homes is almost nonexistent. This lack of privacy can hamper a homeowner’s ability to enjoy their pool. Here, wood pool fencing pushes to the front of the line. Wood pool fences provide privacy for a comfortable and secluded swimming space.
- Style – There is absolutely no reason to sacrifice style for safety. There are a wide range of materials available today. Couple that with today’s fencing contractors and a pool safety fence can actually be a stylish focal point. Companies such as US Glass Fence, are a great example. provide specialized glass pool fencing applications. They provide installations such as the Frameless Glass Pool Fence pictured below. Demonstrating that pool fencing can indeed look “stylish, elegant, sophisticated and sharp.”
- Accessibility – For many homeowners, removable pool safety fences provide the best combination of safety and accessibility. Dan Newbold of Poolsafe notes that removable mesh pool fences can be put up when needed, used with any pool style and area much better option than manual covers
With Pool Fences, Material Matters
Possibly more than with other fencing projects, materials matter with pool safety fences. With the right materials, you have a structure that not only provides peace of mind but is aesthetically pleasing as well.
Call A1 Fence and Gate Repair at (702) 504-0765 to match your specific style and privacy needs to the right pool fencing materials.
Eli Maciel and his team always provide superior service at a fair price. Call for an accurate pool fence cost calculation today.