4′ H X 12′ L Black Pool Fence DIY

$93.99
$87.99

The Most Popular “Do it Yourself” Pool Fence! This is the Black DIY Pool Fence, It measures 4′ tall, by 12′ long, with Triple-Stitched Border. The poles are spaced every 36″. This pool fence includes all installation instructions and hardware. This fence is easily customizable for your needs. It also comes with our fantastic 7-day support!

Product Highlights

●    Do-it-yourself pool safety fence
●    Easy-to-install
●    Tension-based support
●    Industrial-strength mesh fence
●    Fence can be easily removed when no children are present and re-inserted when needed
●    Backed by a limited lifetime warranty

Product Details

Brand: Life Saver Pool Fence
Item Model Number: V110P-5
Product Type: Pool & Outdoor Safety
Item Weight: 12.6 lbs
Product Dimensions: 48 x 4 x 4 inches
Number of Items: 1
Installation Type: DIY

Assembly
Assembly Required: Yes
Installation Required: Yes
Tools Required: ½ inch Minimum Rotary Hammer Drill, Standard 5/8 inches Long Shaft Masonry Bit

Why Buy DIY Black Pool Fence from Child Safety Store

The Pool Fence DIY pool safety system from Life Saver provides a premium layer of protection against toddler drowning and pool accidents. This do-it-yourself pool safety fence is easy to install and helps keep children safe from accidentally falling into your pool. The poles utilize tension-based support, each pole has a 1/2 inch stainless steel peg that is to be inserted into the ground. The industrial-strength mesh fence at the recommended U. S. CPSC height of 4 feet with 5 integrated poles with a 1/2-inch stainless steel pin. It also features a non-corrosive latching system without sharp hooks or points.

To install the fence, you will need a 1/2 Inches minimum rotary hammer drill with a standard 5/8 Inches long shaft masonry bit which is not included.

The pool safety fence package includes a 12-foot section of fencing, 5 poles already assembled/attached, deck sleeves/Caps, safety latch, and template; the gate is sold separately.

To determine how much fencing your pool area needs, measure around the edge of your pool and leave 24 to 36 inches of space for walking and cleaning. After determining your total footage, divide by 12 to calculate the correct number of sections needed. When installed, poles should be spaced out every 36 inches.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: How many separate posts are in the 12 foot section?
A: There are 5 poles per 12-foot section.

Q: How far apart should the poles be spaced?
A: The poles should be spaced 36" (3 feet) apart.

Q: What material is this product made from?
A: The poles are metal, and the fence material is mesh.