Glass Pool Fencing: A modern alternative to aluminium pool fencing is the elegance of glass pool fencing. Whilst some types can be considered expensive, glass pool fencing is not reserved for the rich and famous. With two general styles to choose from, either semi-frameless or frameless glass panels, the first option is surprisingly affordable. Glass fences look great surrounding any pool.
Economical Mesh Pool Fencing: Pool safe wire mesh can be used to safely fence off a large area around a pool, or to fix up those small non compliant areas around your existing pool fence. To comply with the AS 1926.1 and AS 1926.2, the perforated mesh needs to have openings which are no larger than 13mm square. The fence must also comply with the minimum height of 1200mm. Fix this type of mesh to your choice of either hardwood posts or pine logs, combined with a timber top rail, for a transparent, natural looking pool fence - fast! Or, use sections of mesh to protect those areas of your existing pool fence which contain 'foot-holds' - to bring your existing fence up to the required standard.
Galvanised (ARC) Pool Fencing: Galvanised Steel pool fencing is one of the strongest and most secure designs on the market. The rigid, steel panels have proved to be sound, reliable and ultra long lasting. 8mm vertical steel wires make this type of panel one of the most robust types of pool fencing panels, and is guaranteed to stand the test of time. Choose from one of two pool safe profiles on the market.
Aluminum Pool Fencing: Aluminium pool panels are available in many attractive colors, designs and sizes, are simple to install, and can be easily modified to suit a wide variety of profiles. The advantage of using aluminium pool panels is the ease of upkeep, the affordability and the savings on professional installation.
Timber Pool Fencing: Timber paling fences are a classic that will never go out of style. Available in a range of sizes, shapes and styles, paling fences are perfect for property boundaries and pool fences.