Safety Nets vs. Mesh Pool Fence

Sep 26th

When it comes to the safety of children or animals pets, there are two main options, fences or networks for a pool. The most common type of fence for a swimming pool is a removable fence. This type of barrier is installed around the perimeter of the pool, providing a safety zone to keep children and pets away from water. Usually it is constructed with a mesh pool fence material which is tear proof, mildew, fading and does not shrink.

Metal and Mesh Pool Fence
Metal and Mesh Pool Fence

A mesh pool fence allows access to the pool without having to remove the fence every time you access the pool. However, if the pool fence should be eliminated altogether, more space will be required for storing the network. The safety net should be completely removed in order to have access to water, but offers an unobstructed view of the pool while providing comfort to casual users of the pool.

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To determine the best option, call local installers and network mesh pool fence and ask them to come to your house to offer you advice and estimates. Before making any final decision, be sure to find out what the state and local requirements for the installation of a fence or a network.