A swimming pool is a great feature for any property. Whether it’s an underground or above the ground pool, it can transform your backyard into an outdoor resort.
With the installation of a brand-new pool, comes the responsibility of keeping your family and others safe. Not only do pool fences look great, but in many jurisdictions the law might require you to put up a pool fence in order to protect people from accidentally slipping into the pool and drowning.
Adding a pool to your property is a great way to not only add value but also create a fun feature for your family to use during the summer. Your kids, other family members, and friends will benefit greatly from your new pool. Whether the pool is above ground or below, it is sure to add fun and excitement to you and your family’s lives.
Creating a Safe Environment
Pool fences will create a barrier around the pool that will help prevent children and pets from wandering into the pool. It is important to know that the pool fence does not replace the duty of adults to watch their children and the children of others who are over to use the pool.
Follow Law & Reduce Liability
There are federal and state laws in place in regard to pool fences. It is up to you to make sure you follow these laws. You will be able to discuss your pool fencing with the contractor who is installing the pool.