Professional Pool Safety Fence

Pool Fence West Palm Beach, FL

Having a pool on your home’s property is both exciting and convenient. You can go for a swim anytime you want and can even host pool parties at the drop of a hat. It also makes it easier to keep in shape and cool off at the same time, a great option to have in the hot Florida weather.


However, pools come with their own set of downsides, the major one being the possibility of a drowning accident. This is especially a concern if you have young children of the ages 1 to 3. Children in this age group have a tendency to crawl themselves into the riskiest of situations.


This is why it is important to have some safety precautions in place - things like pool fences, safety nets, and self-closing gates. In fact, due to the safety threat they pose, anyone who owns a pool is mandated by law to put in place this and other safety protocols.


Swimming pools are always the place for people to be able to escape. To escape from the stresses of life or the burdens of the day a swimming pool is a place to be. swimming pools have always been a place where people gathered to have fun and to celebrate certain events such as birthdays and anniversaries are weddings.


 A swimming pool is a fantastic place to be what is also can be a very dangerous place as well. Especially when you're referring to children as it is one of the leading causes of death for children under the age of 12. In states where there is a lot of sunshine such as Florida, swimming pool fences are an absolute necessity also known as swimming pool safety fences.


These safety fences help guard against the tragedy that can occur children fall into swimming pools and drown.  Pool safety fences of west palm beach Florida is a well-established company with extensive experience in overall fence building with a specialized Vocal Point of residential or commercial pool fence construction.

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Statistical Evidence of Pool Drowning Incident

In the period between January to March 2021, Florida already recorded 20 cases of drowning, making it one of the top states for drownings. Of the 20 incidents, 5 were fatal, killing 3 adults and 2 children. And what is more alarming is that a report by the Drowning Prevention Coalition of florida states that within the same period last year, there were only 12 drownings recorded.

Clearly, the number of drownings in Florida is on the rise, with devastating consequences for all involved. In fact, 30% of children who die under the age of 5 years, die from drowning incidents. And this isn’t a new thing either; as far back as 2007, as many as 167 children were being hospitalized per year for drowning.

As such, installing safety features like fences and nets should not be just an option - it should be mandatory.

Our Products

Safety pool fences must be properly installed into a residential swimming pool deck. Are safety experts in west palm beach FL recommend certain Safety products such as cool safety fences, show me pool safety net and cool safety self-closing gate. These options would essentially help secure any area where unsupervised children might be playing including time when a small child slipped away from your presence. The pool safety fences with a strong well-built structure help construct a sturdy back protect from a child climbing over and jumping into the pool.

A closeup view of a swimming pool fence post, in a home backyard setting.

These fences ensure that kids can’t reach the edge of the pool, whether you are watching them or not. As such, they offer safety and peace of mind throughout the day. For best results, these fences should be sturdy enough to withstand hits and tumbles from kids as they play.


Also, they should have kid-proof locks so that your children can’t just open them and pass through to the pool, defeating the purpose of having a safety fence in the first place. So if you recently got a new pool, you should definitely get these fences. And as the best suppliers of pool safety fences in west palm beach, Florida we are determined to get you high-quality ones. Just give us a call today and see for you

Pool Fencing Options

A closed gate at the entrance to the pool

This is yet another integral pool safety product. These gates only open to the outside of the pool - if you’re inside the pool area you’ll have to push them open and if you are on the outside coming in you will have to pull them. And since kids usually open doors by pushing them, they won’t be able to open these gates. They neither have the strength nor the intelligence to pull these doors open. 

It also helps that even when you forget to close these gates, they shut themselves, ensuring that none of your tiny humans or pets can crawl in when you are not looking. So if you are finally ready to get one of our high-quality self-closing gates, do give us a call. We are always happy to hear from you.

Close up view of a swimming pool net

Like pool safety fences, pool safety nets help prevent accidents. But they do this differently, they cover your pool so that children and pets can’t slip inside. They are usually lightweight and easy to install. It just takes a few minutes to place them on or take them off your swimming pool. Moreover, they usually come with a central tension device that allows you to pull them tight, even making them as tight as a trampoline. Depending on the size and shape of your pool, safety nets can cost anywhere between $1500 and $2500.

 However, if you want really good deals, you should come to us. We sell the most affordable high-quality safety nets in the palm beach county region.

General Questions & Facts

Pool Safety - Young Girl Standing Outside Pool Fence Looking In To Pool Northland New Zealand

Florida pool fence requirements

According to Florida law, any swimming pool should be enclosed by a wall, fence, or barrier that is at least five feet high. It also dictates that this barrier should not have any opening through which an object that has a diameter of at least 4 inches can pass through. Moreover, if part of the pool enclosure is the wall of a building or home, this requirement can be substituted with one of the following:

  •  A fence, wall, or barrier of at least four feet high
  • A safety pool cover that is motorized, needs a key switch and meets all the standards set by the American Society for Testing and Materials
  • A self-latching function on all doors that open up to the pool

The Necessity of a Pool Safety Fences

Truth be told, the number of children who drown in Florida is increasing year by year. But still, you can’t have eyes on your children 24/7. As such, it is important to have a sturdy and durable safety fence to keep the children at bay. This also keeps pets and the elderly from falling into the pool accidentally. 

For greater safety, you should also ensure that the fence you get has a self-closing gate and that its latching mechanism is to the side of the pool where children can’t reach it

The use of pool safety fences

Using a pool safety fence is quite easy. Once we are done with the initial installation, we will let you know how to add and remove your fence as you wish. We will also show you how to properly store and maintain it when it is not in use. Not to worry though, removing a pool safety fence is not a complicated task - it will take you 10 minutes tops.

To reduce the risk of drownings and other pool-related accidents taking place on your property, there are some things you can do.


  •     Ensure your pool has a high-quality safety pool fence with a self-closing gate. It should be located away from the edge of the pool


  •     Ensure all your family members know how to swim and are aware of basic swimming pool rules


  •     Never let children swim without supervision, even if they know how to swim


  •     Children between 1 to 5 years should be made to wear life vests and kept away from swimming pools, filled bathtubs, and buckets


  •     Teach your children to avoid swimming in pools with drains and holes


  •     Always have a first aid box on hand for emergencies


  •     Stop your children from playing breath-holding games

Protect Your Child Today!

Ultimately, the best way to keep your child safe is by getting the necessary safety equipment. Fortunately, we have all that you need. Our fences, nets, and gates are made of high-quality materials and will last you for years to come. Moreover, our fence installation