Pool Fence FAQs


Will a Removable Swimming Pool Fence work on my pool?

We can customize Always Safe Removable Pool Fencing to secure almost any pool. Installing the pool fence around irregular shapes or over varied surfaces and elevations is usually no problem. Our experts can determine the best location for your pool fence so as to maximize the use of your yard while addressing your safety concerns.

How will a Removable Swimming Pool Fence affect my pool use?

An Always Safe Removable Pool Fence is perfect for frequent pool use. While small children cannot remove the pool fence, an adult can quickly access the pool for a swim or for cleaning, via self-closing, self-latching, key-lockable pool gates or by unlatching one or more of the manual pool gate openings. As many sections as desired may be rolled back or removed for unrestricted use. With the quick closure of a manual opening or self-closing, self-latching pool gate, you can take time out for a lunch break or take a telephone call knowing your pool is secure in your absence.

Will a Removable Swimming Pool Fence impact the aesthetics of my pool area?

The Always Safe Removable Pool Fence is virtually transparent, so you can see through it to enjoy your pool's ambiance and its original beauty. We strive to preserve the aesthetics of your pool area whether you have a quaint secluded garden or a million-dollar view.

Will holes have to be drilled in my deck?

Yes, it is necessary to drill 1 1/4 inch holes to secure the deck sleeves and support poles if the pool fence is to be installed in concrete or other deck surfaces. A diamond tipped drill bit is used to assure that the surrounding concrete is not damaged. The holes are well camouflaged with color-coordinated plugs which are provided to insert into the holes when the pool fence is not in use.

How strong is a Removable Swimming Pool Fence?

Always Safe's Removable Pool Fence is manufactured with the strongest materials available. Our specially engineered, 'Premium' poles have been laboratory tested and proved to be the strongest in the industry. The durable edge webbing used on an Always Safe Removable Pool Fence is rated at 1005 pounds break strength. No mesh pool fence on the market is stronger or can provide more protection than that of the fabric available from Always Safe.

How long does a Removable Swimming Pool Fence last?

When properly care for, your Always Safe Removable Pool Fence will provide you with many years of peace of mind. The poles are made from aircraft-grade aluminum and will not rust. Our unique mesh will not shrink, stretch or fade. The fabric has been treated to prevent mold and mildew and has been UV stabilized to prevent damage by the sun. You will be provided with a 5 or 10 year All-Safe Warranty with your pool fence purchase.

Will a Removable Swimming Pool Fence satisfy regulatory agency requirements?

Each Always Safe Removable Pool Fence is designed and manufactured to the strictest safety guidelines. Specific safety barriers can be required by certain government an/or social agencies. If you plan to adopt a child, open a day care center or become a foster parent, you should contact the agency you are working with. They will be able to tell you which barrier and specifications will be in compliance. Your local building department can determine what type of barriers will fulfill requirements for new construction. Unfortunately, Always Safe can make no predetermination as to the suitability of its barriers for purposes of satisfying any specific jurisdiction.

How long will it take to get a Removable Swimming Pool Fence?

Pool Fence installations generally require only one day. In most cases, you can have your Always Safe Pool Fence in place within a few days of approving the installation order. Call 925-922-0385 for your free consultation and estimate.

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