Pool Net Cover Advantages
All-Safe pool netting is a safe and cost-effective measure for protecting children in your pool area. But there are advantages to other pool safety options important to consider. Pool Fences and various pool cover types will also make for effective safety solutions.
Pool nets by All-Safe are superior to netting manufactured by most other companies. They are made with 5mm polyethylene netting. That’s 50% more material and 30% stronger than traditional swimming pool net covers. See all the reasons for why to choose on All-Safe Pool Net.
Why Choose a Pool Net Cover vs Other Safety Solutions?
Convenient to Use
All-Safe swimming pool net covers are easier to use than mesh covers. They can be removed easily from a typical pool in about 10 minutes, and replaced in about 15 minutes. The only way to do this easier or more quickly is with an automatic cover. Pool netting is also easier to remove than pool fencing, though this is typically done only to create additional space on the pool deck.
Protection Against Leaves and Debris
A pool net cover will not prevent leaves and debris from entering the pool on its own. For that purpose, we recommend adding a leaf cover. These custom-fitted lightweight mesh covers will keep even small debris out of the pool. When used on top of your pool net cover, your pool will have the safety and debris protection benefits of both. Leaf covers and pool netting use the same set of anchors and are less expensive when installed together.
Mesh and automatic covers provide the same debris protection benefits as leaf covers.
Here are the average costs to install these safety solutions on a standard sized swimming pool, including installation and materials.
Pool Net Cover – $1,500 to $2,500
Pool Fencing – $1,500 to $2,500
Mesh Cover – $2500 to $4500
Automatic Cover – $6,000 to $15,000
How Do I Get An All-Safe Swimming Pool Net Cover?
The safety and satisfaction of our customers is always our first priority. Contact a local expert today to schedule a free on-site consultation and estimate. A pool safety professional will meet with you to help determine the best choice of pool netting or another safety solution based on the needs of your family.