Pool Fencing Blunders

Designing and installing a new pool is a complete project, and the final created space must deliver practicality and aesthetics. The pool requires fencing, so you need to leave space accordingly around the pool. In addition, you need to find out the Australian laws for pool fencing, and when they are installed correctly, it will add an extra touch of elegance to your backyard design. 

Here are the top five pool fencing blunders that you need to avoid:

1. Neglecting Pool Fencing Safety

There are different ways to install a pool fence while complying with legislative requirements. You must know your choices and what to look for to avoid an unfavourable result. Understanding your state’s prevailing pool fencing regulations is vital, so you can take professional advice and ensure installing the fence that meets the requirements.

2. Not Choosing the Right Material

The incorrect type of pool fence can look ugly, so it is vital to ensure that your fence suits the direction of your pool and the location. The glass fencing will look beautiful when installed in front of a beautiful view instead of a brick wall. 

Glass pool fencing might be the most expensive, but it is preferred because of the sleek design, and elegant finish lends to your pool area. Install a pool fence that doesn’t compromise or disrupt the visual appeal of your backyard.

3. Quality Not Given A Priority

It is not worth compromising the quality of your pool fencing to curtail the cost of the overall project. If you have inferior-quality pool fencing, it will only cause problems for you in the long run. Select a trusted pool fence installer and get them involved from the commencement of the project. 

If you’re building a private swimming pool, you want to ensure that the whole job is completed to the best standards, including fencing. The likely loss you could incur due to substandard quality materials or a lousy installation, which far outweighs the initial investment in buying quality products and services.

4. Maintenance Not Taken Into Account

Exposed fencing materials are vulnerable to the elements. With time, deterioration will depreciate the look of your pool area. Glass fencing is absorbent and absorbs contaminants, making glass discoloured, incised, hazy and cloudy. Pool chemicals such as chlorine and salt spray also discolour glass, damaging the visual appeal and making it expensive to clean and maintain. 

Use glass protection – easy clean coating, such as EnduroShield, to create a protective shield that blocks contaminants imbibing into the glass. You can easily wipe off water and contaminants on the protected surface. EnduroShield holds glass cleaner for longer, substantially curtailing cleaning time. When you don’t have to clean your pool glass often, it saves you water, time and money.

5. Ignoring the Space Fencing Requires

Pool fencing is the concluding part of the overall job, and you will be surprised to know how many homeowners forget to leave the space for that finishing touch. Once you have reserved the area for the pool, you need to leave enough space for boundaries to ensure you have left space for the fencing around the pool.

Final Words

  • It might cost you more initially to ensure that the design and compliance are taken care of – the initial outlay is often compensated in the long term.
  • It’s crucial to select a certified and warranted pool fencing material and the service of a professional installer for a seamless pool fence installation.

If you want to know more or install glass pool fencing, contact Glass & Fencing Warehouse at (02) 9627 9500 or request a quote online, and our experienced, friendly team will be happy to assist you.