Pool Safety Fence
Pool Guard pool safety fence has an extensive list of key components that make Pool Guard fence the best option for your pool safety needs. Each respective component is critical and therefore requires a bit of information and we would like to share those components with you, our future customer so that you can see the Pool Guard difference.
Pool Guard Fence Poles/Posts:
Beige Pool Guard Pole
Each segment of pool fence is fifteen feet long and the poles are 36 inches apart. If you have existing holes in your deck or would prefer the holes to be 30 inches apart, we can accommodate that preference but most clients prefer as few holes drilled into their deck as possible. Pool Guard poles are made of 6063 marine grade aluminum, so rusting is not a possibility no matter where your pool is. Each pole has an "X" reinforcement from the top to the bottom to provide optimal strength for even the toughest conditions. All screws that are in the pole are also marine grade aluminum eliminating the possibility of rusting. Pool Guard poles are powder coated in house (in the manufacturing facility in Clearwater, Florida) to provide the best results and the most consistent colors resulting in not only a superior quality fence but a superior look as well that is backed by our limited Lifetime Warranty.
Pool Guard Mesh
Pool Guard mesh is interlock and interwoven and is manufactured specifically for pool safety fence. Pool Guard mesh comes in a wide variety of colors. The most popular are black, brown and beige. The stitching, border and mesh all have UV inhibitors (all additional components that allow us to offer a limited Lifetime Warranty) . All pool fence borders are sewn with double lock stitch creating the strongest and most reliable border in the industry
Pool Guard Latches
The latch is often perceived as the weakest point in a pool safety fence because it is the point in which the segments of fence are held together. Pool Guard continues to exceed the industry standard by using 316 solid stainless steel spring latches and eyelets so that no matter where the fence is and what elements faced with, the durability and the reliability will always be the best. Each spring has a hole on the end so that in the event you want another layer of security, a small luggage lock can be added onto each respective spring.