As a homeowner, we all worry about our family. Parents especially want to ensure they’ve done everything possible they could to make their homes safe for their little ones. One of the best ways to add to that safety plan is by installing a pool fence. Now that pool season is over; this is one of the best times of year to think about installing a pool fence to ensure that everyone is swimming safely next summer. A pool fence will provide you peace of mind once it’s installed. Here are a few reasons to consider a pool fence.
It can’t be stressed enough just how important it is to have a fence around your pool. It’s especially crucial if you’ve got a family with young children or anyone who can’t swim. Pool fences add a degree of security that can save you from worrying.
A pool fence for your yard also adds a level of privacy that you might be missing. If your backyard is in open space for everyone to see, a pool fence installation can help prevent snoopy neighbors from peeking at your pool area. This is beneficial for those who might be self-conscious in a bathing suit or for those who simply don’t want anyone watching them.
Protection for Pets
Children aren’t the only ones in the family you need to protect with a pool fence. While it’s true a couple of dogs can swim, not all can. The same principle applies to cats or any other pets. You can customize your pool fence for your four-legged friends by using sturdy and durable vinyl that’s resistant to clawing or chewing. Fences can also be five feet or taller to eliminate any possible chance your dog or cat can jump over.
Depending on your yard’s setup, you might think that a pool and fence must be built together. However, our certified experts work around just about anything. This includes sloping hills, and landscaping features to ensure your pool fence doesn’t only look fantastic, but functions even under the harshest conditions.
A pool fence can lead to a discount on your homeowner’s insurance, depending on the terms of your contract. In some cases, your insurer might even require a fence to be installed. Typically, the pool fence should be equipped with a bolted gate to qualify. Ideally, you’ll already be invested in a pool fence that is sheltered enough to keep children from getting inside in the first place, so qualifying for a possible discount shouldn’t be an issue.
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