Pool fences are mandatory in most areas of Australia, and failing to comply with the regulations is not only a potential safety hazard, but enforceable by law. Therefore, we recommend researching your local legislation and seeking council approval to ensure your fence meets the requirements to avoid having to rebuild or modify your fence down the track.
Once you’re confident that your pool fence will be up to standard, you need to survey the location of your underground services, such as plumbing, gas and electricity. If you choose to ignore this step, you risk causing serious damage to your home during the install process.
After completing all preliminary checks and purchasing your materials, you can follow this 6-step guide:
In any case, we recommend consulting a professional to ensure your fence meets the safety regulations and to ensure you have a sturdy, lasting fence for years to come. Try our Find a Dealer feature to locate a pool fence installer near you.
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