All Safe Pool Fence & Covers Receives 2018 Houzz Award

All-Safe Pool Fence & Covers was recently selected for a prestigious honor: the Best of Customer Service on Houzz 2018 award. The company known for its quality products and adherence to the highest customer service standards in the industry was nominated by the 40+ million Houzz member community.

About the Best of 2018 Award

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The Customer Service award is based on several factors on the Houzz user platform. Companies are nominated based on the number and the quality of user reviews each receives. Once the nominations are in, Houzz selects the winning professional company by analyzing the nominations themselves. Houzz has three categories for its annual award: Design, Customer Service, and Photography. Winners of the Best of 2018 award will get the honor of displaying a unique badge on their websites. This signifies to homeowners that the winning company is among the top-rated firms in its industry. The All-Safe Pool Fence company, based in California, is known throughout the United States and beyond for its products and its service.

About All-Safe Pool Fence & Covers

All-Safe Pool Fence & Covers was founded in 1992, bringing together decades of experience in the swimming pool industry. The family-owned and operated company is headquartered in Orange, California, and is comprised of over 40 employees with a unique commitment to safety and professionalism.

The origins of All-Safe begin in the 1970s, when the Hauge family began work with solar pool heating systems, then branched into pool construction and land contracting. The owners of the company discovered that swimming pool safety was a fundamental concern among homeowners and others in the pool industry – by identifying an opportunity to improve safety, All-Safe was born. The company began its operations in 1992. Today, the company manufactures a huge range of products, including:

All-Safe’s products are designed from the ground up to meet most established national safety standards, and their equipment can be found in use in hundreds of residential and commercial applications. The mesh pool safety fences produced by the company are approved as a primary safety device by foster and day care centers as well as child adoption agencies across the country. In fact, the company has worked closely with many public safety agencies to help promote drowning prevention and child safety awareness.

About Houzz

Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, Houzz is the leading architecture, home remodeling and design platform, offering a database of over a million active homebuilding, remodeling, and design industry professionals to 40 million users in its online community each month. The company was founded in 2009 and quickly gained prominence for its comprehensive selection of features, including an active user forum as well as informative articles, product recommendations, and reviews of home improvement contractors around the world. Houzz operates international offices in London, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Moscow, Berlin, and Sydney in addition to its Palo Alto headquarters. The platform helps property owners become inspired, offering incredible knowledge and consumer details to make every home improvement project a success.

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