When it comes to commercial pool fencing, security is one of the primary goals. Not only do pool fences reduce the risks and provide protection from liability, but they also discourage trespassing on your property. A sturdy wrought iron or aluminum fence will make a trespasser think twice before coming onto your property without permission.
If security is one of your primary concerns, you will want a fence that is high enough to discourage anyone from attempting to climb it and low enough to the ground to prevent anyone from squeezing under it. Some of our aluminum fences come with pickets that extend beyond the top or bottom rail for added security. You will also want to attach a gate with a lock instead of just a latch.
“When it comes to commercial pool fencing, security is one of the primary goals.”
Commercial pool fencing must meet certain community codes to ensure the pool is safe for everyone. Though important, these regulations can be a headache to deal with. They differ across different cities and communities. We understand how confusing pool codes can be, and we are committed to understanding and meeting all local regulations so that you don’t have to worry about them. We work with local maintenance managers and commercial property managers to ensure the proper installation of commercial pool fencing.
Pool codes typically dictate the minimum height and maximum bottom clearance of a pool fence, as well as the space between each picket or vertical board. Our commercial pool fences meet current local and state government requirements and any additional community regulations.
Our pool fences are not only secure but also add to the beauty and value of your property. A pool fence is an investment. It protects you and your employees from liability, keeps your property secure, and increases the visual beauty of the pool. A higher curb appeal means you can increase the revenue of your business. Plus, if you ever choose to sell your business or property, you’ll likely be able to get more money because of the pool fence.
When choosing a fence, you’ll want to find one that complements the aesthetics of your property’s pool and the surrounding structures. Whether this means installing an ornamental wrought iron fence that gives your property a stately and elegant look, a white vinyl picket fence that lends your property a more carefree and all-American aesthetic, or something equally appealing depends on your tastes and the brand you are trying to build.
Once your new commercial pool fence has been installed, you can sit back and enjoy the rewards of a more secure and appealing pool area for your company or municipality. Depending on the material you use, the pool fence may require some maintenance over time. You may also want to wash down a vinyl fence now and then to keep it looking clean and new. Rest assured, however, that our high-quality fences will last for decades to come.
For more information and free consultation, give us a call today! We have decades of experience. We can also solve your other commercial fencing needs or your residential pool fencing needs.