All-Safe Swimming Pool Fences Address Safety Issues for Inground Pools


Safety Fences for Inground Pools by All-Safe

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there was an average of 3,536 fatal unintentional drownings annually in the United States between 2005 and 2014 — about ten deaths per day. The CDC goes on to say that lack of proper barriers around the pool area is the second most influential factor in such accidents, preceded only by lack of swimming ability. All Safe aims to resolve this through its inground swimming pool safety fence.

About Mesh Pool Fencing

Removable mesh pool fencing is considered to be one of the most popular and effective safety products used in residential properties by far. These fences are designed for almost any pool area layout and can easily be removed. Mesh fences are versatile, tension based systems that utilize pole spacing every 30-36 inches and section lengths of approximately 10-15 feet.

An inground pool safety fence is just the first level of security that homeowners should establish within their pool areas. There are other safety products available to enhance safety including pool safety nets, automatic pool covers, and alarms. Since removable mesh fences are fairly affordable, people need not worry too much about the cost of safety. Clients who invest in home pool barriers often satisfy residential building code requirements at the same time. With help from both estimators and technicians of local All-Safe dealers, the right type of inground pool fence will be installed according to standards of the local area.

Connect With An All-Safe Expert

All Safe Pool Fences and Covers is a company built on strong family values and truly believes that pools and spas should be places of relaxation, not accidents. All-Safe inground pool safety fences are durable, easy to use, and most products come with a lifetime warranty.

Contact your local All-Safe approved dealer to schedule a free on-site consultation and estimate with a pool safety expert.

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