black mesh pool fenceThe winter months are the perfect time to install a pool fence in your San Diego home. As a homeowner with a pool, you need to be thinking about pool safety and drowning prevention all year long, not just during the warmer months.

While it may seem to make more sense to hold off on installing a pool fence around the time you plan to open your pool for the season, the winter is actually the best time to re-evaluate your yard and pool for potential risks. This is a great time to make any needed adjustments and ensure that by time swimming season rolls around your pool will be ready for your family to safely enjoy.

First things first, if you don’t have a pool fence installed, this should be your top priority. Our pool fences are the safest pool fences available on the market and are made of a Textilene mesh which has a strength rating of 387 lbs per square inch. Our fences will provide you with years of use that can withstand wear and tear and all types of weather conditions.

Our fences made of near-transparent mesh and have 96% visibility. Additionally, our mesh fences come in a variety of colors that will accent your yard’s look, so you won’t be forced to compromise on aesthetic.  

Pool fences are a necessary addition to any home with a pool, especially for those who have young children and pets. Not only is drowning one of the leading causes of death for children under the age of 5, but nearly 70% of pool drownings occur under parental supervision. This is yet another reason why backup protection is an absolute must for any San Diego homeowner who owns a pool.

Furthermore, San Diego pool safety requirements state that In San Diego, a pool fence is required on any pool that was built or remodeled after 2007. California state also has strict codes that must be followed for a pool fence requiring fencing that isolates the pool from the home with a gate that opens away from the pool. The fence must have a latch that is at least 60 inches from the ground with a minimum height of 60 inches, and any gaps in the slats must not be more than 4 inches apart.

In addition to a pool fence, it is also advisable to install a gate that is both self-closing and self-latching. Pool alarms and pool safety covers are also two recommended layers of protection that homeowners should consider.

This is the perfect time to install a pool fence to protect your family and give you the peace of mind that everyone in your household is safe. To schedule your pool fence installation, contact us today at (619) 554-2002.