Glass Pool Fencing the Only Choice

by Pool Builders on 04-29-2013 in Articles

Ever since the home safety laws changed and pool fencing became mandatory, the availability of companies offering this service has been on the increase. The available styles and materials used and of course the range of budgets that are covered are expansive. From wood to aluminium, steel to plastic composite, the list goes on. With the pool being the centre piece of so many homes, it seems a shame to be hiding them in and behind most fencing options available on the market today.

Wood, while great for the decking around the pool, is often too heavy for fencing as it creates a penned in feeling. Aluminium has been so over done and it is few and far between that you will discover a pool that is not girded with either of the industry standard beige or white coloured tubing. And of course the lowest end of the budget being chicken-wire or cyclone fencing, and whiles these by definition do what a pool fence should they certainly add a rather lack lustre feel to what should be a feature in the outdoor setting of the house. By far the most durable, adaptable and ascetically pleasing would have to be pool fencing made with glass.

Semi frameless, frameless and fully frameless glass pool fences really make a statement. And of course there are just as many balustrade options. Then when mixed with such natural products like stone, marble and or granite, the combination can become both beautiful and stunning, turning any pool area into a real entertainment hub or a centre point for outdoor family gatherings. The pool area of any home should be a place to come together and you will find you will be even more inclined to use it when both pool and the surrounds are well thought out and planned. Glass fencing consistently achieves both of these desired forms and functions.

When it comes to keeping your family safe, choosing a pool fence is generally an exercise in practicality. Most people will opt for a practical solution, choosing fencing that does exactly what a pool fence should do; that being the job of keeping children from accidentally falling in or going swimming unsupervised. With this being the generally accepted practise, it is no surprise that many people end up with quite a lack lustre enclosure for the family swimming hole. Many would be astounded to discover that for the same price that most aluminium and or wooden pool fences cost, one can have the much more ascetically pleasing and second to none wow factor of glass.

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