In case you own a swimming pool, you certainly want it to be a safe place. But the question is, do you need to have a fence around it?
According to statistics, swimming pools can pose real threat to the lives of very young children, which unfortunately can become the victims of often tragic accidents, especially if they are 1-3 years old. To avoid that, fences can be a very good idea. Nevertheless, Westminster gate installation pros caution that children MUST be supervised around pools at all times.
Whether a residential pool needs a fence or not depends on the exact type of pool. Thus, swimming pools which are either totally in ground, certainly need to be surrounded by fences and locked gates. At the same time, above ground installations may also need fences, but this depends on the depth of the water.
Still depending on water’s depth, outdoor spas or hot tubs are required to have fences around them. This may vary, depending on the exact jurisdiction of a specific region.
In case you have a portable pool, the law does not require it to be fenced. Homeowners can decide on their own, depending on how their household and yard areas are organized in general.
At any rate, for a safe fence around your pool, the best idea is to hire a professional contractor.