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When it comes to keeping your family safe around the pool, there's nothing more effective than quality pool fencing in Perth. At Pool Fencing Perth, we offer an array of solutions for family and commercial pool whether it be Semi Frameless Glass Pool Fencing, Aluminium Fencing or even Steel Balustrades. Whether you're looking for a stylish fence to protect your pool, or a simple utility fence to keep out the kids, we have the best pool fencing solutions for you.
Our customers have access to some of the highest quality and durable pool fences in Perth, and with that, they can keep their pools safe from family pets, children and meet regulations too.
We offer a service that is one of the most affordable in the city, so getting your pool fence installed is cheaper than ever. Whether you're after stainless steel fencing or aluminium variants, we have everything in store for you.
There's no need to wait any longer for your pool fence, give us a call today. We can schedule an appointment to assess your pool, or you can visit us in store to choose your most ideal pool fences and move on from there.
Pool Fence Requirements
In Western Australia, pool fences have a few requirements that must be met in order to meet local regulations. These requirements also extend to spas, soaker pools and other bodies of water including large, deep ponds.
Take a look below at Perth’s current pool fence regulations:
- To work effectively, pool fences in Perth will need to be at least 1200mm tall, made of a strong material and also be difficult to climb. All fencing designs should feature vertical slats or hard to- climb horizontal slats - or be flat sheets or metal or glass.
- During fence installation around your pool, spa or other bodies of water the fence will also need to be at least 900mm from a permanent horizontal surface that could be used to climb the pool fence.
- Gate installation should also ensure that gates attached to the fence open outward from the pool, rather than inward. The gate should also be self-closing and have an auto-lock or auto-latch for added security.
- Both paddling pools and above ground pools at 400mm deep or more will need to have a fixed pool fence installed around the area for safety.
These are a few of the most notable requirements of pool fencing in Perth, though there are a few more minor requirements that you can speak to our team members about prior to design and installation.
Choosing Materials for Your Pool Fence
If you're wondering what the best fencing material is for a pool fence, there are a few things to take into account, including Perth’s rather harsh weather. You’ll want to be sure your fence isn’t susceptible to rust, rot or sun damage, so take a look at our pool fence tips.
A few of the most common pool fence materials and their benefits are outlined below:
- Metal or Stainless Steel: for added durability and resistance to both sun damage and rot, choose stainless steel pool fences. These fence variants are, however, one of the more expensive options.
- PVC: for affordability, resistance to rot and water damage a PVC pool fence will show little sign of wear and tear over time, however, sun damage may need to be factored in depending on where your pool is located.
- Aluminium Pool Fencing: for a great blend of affordability and durability, an aluminium fence in Perth will withstand harsh weather, won’t rust and will also stand strong for decades, regardless of salt and chlorine water exposure.
- Semi Frameless Glass Pool Fencing: looks amazing and is becoming a go to fencing option. Can be more costly than other fencing options but doesn't interrupt the view of the pool and can tie in nicely with a home.
The cost of a pool fence in Perth will depend on the materials you choose, with steel being the most expensive option and PVC being the least costly. You should expect to spend anywhere from $250 through to $600 per metre for your pool fence installation.
Pool Fencing Suppliers With Years of Experience
At Pool Fencing Perth, we aim to be your one-stop-shop for all things pool fencing! We make it a top priority to stock all style types and materials of pool fences including frameless glass fencing, semi frameless glass fencing, glass balustrade, aluminium fencing, steel fencing so no matter what you have in mind or what your ideal style is for the pool, you can rest assured we have it available. We can even carry out glass fencing repairs!
We are proud to say that our team is one of the friendliest in Perth, so feel free to ask any questions you have. We'll even be happy to make changes if you would like to adapt your initial design – all you need to do is let us know. We're your cheerful, friendly pool fence experts, so leave your pool fence installations to us and you'll be in great hands.
Whether you've just built a new home and are looking for an incredible pool fence to compliment your new pool, or need a replacement pool fence, we have everything here for you.
Don't hesitate to give us a call today and get your new pool fence designed and installed at the lowest price in Perth. We have great connections to suppliers, which means we can offer exclusive deals and savings to our customers, it's a part of our fantastic pool fencing service.
Learn More About Perth, Western Australia
Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia (WA). It is named after the city of Perth, Scotland and is the fourth-most populous city in Australia, with a population of 2.06 million living in Greater Perth.
The recently developed Elizabeth Quay is an exciting new waterfront precinct on the banks of the Swan River.
The place to see and be seen in Perth. Here you’ll find the island playground, the BHP Billiton Water Park, public artwork, promenades, open spaces and a range of bars and restaurants.
Easily accessible by public transport, a short walk from the Elizabeth Quay Train and Bus Port, the Transperth Ferry terminal is located in the inlet and the free blue CAT bus stops near the Bell Tower.
A range of scenic river cruises sail tourists and locals from Barrack Street Jetty to the Swan Valley, Fremantle and Rottnest Island.