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Pool Fence DIY by Life Saver Fencing Section Kit, 4 x 12-Feet, Brown
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- Easy-to-install, do-it-yourself fencing kit helps keep children safe from accidental falls into your pool
- Industrial-strength mesh fence at recommend U.S. CPSC height of 4 feet with 5 integrated poles with a 1/2-inch stainless steel pin
- Fence can be easily removed when no children are present and re-inserted when needed
- Package includes 12-foot section of fencing, 5 poles (already assembled/attached), deck sleeves/caps, safety latch, and template; gate sold separately
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty; installation requires rotary hammer drill and long shaft masonry bit (not included); 7-day-a-week phone support
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Easy-to-install DIY fencing kit helps keep children safe from accidental falls into your home's pool
Pool Fence DIY by Life Saver
A family owned and operated company based in Delray Beach, FL, Life Saver has been has been keeping little feet on solid ground for over 25 years.
In addition to being a partner of the National Drowning Prevention Alliance, Life Saver is the pool fence company recognized as a Safety Leader by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Pool Safely Campaign.
Pool Fence DIY 12-Foot Fence Section Kit
Your Family's Safety Leaves No Room for Compromise
The Pool Fence DIY pool safety system from Life Saver provides a premium layer of protection against toddler drowning and pool accidents — surpassing nets, alarms, and pool covers in terms of safety and convenience.
The Pool Fence DIY kit features one 12-foot long section of mesh fence with a 4-foot height (as recommended by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission). It's supported by five integrated posts made of heavy gauge aluminum, and the kit comes with easy-to-follow instructions that make it easy to install the Pool Fence DIY.
Removable when no children are present, the Pool Fence DIY system also features a self-closing, self-latching gate for easy access (sold separately).
- Kit includes 12-foot section of fencing, 5 poles (already assembled/attached), deck sleeves/caps, connecting latch, template, and instructions.
- Requires rotary hammer drill with 5/8 x 14-inch masonry bit (minimum; not included).
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty and 24/7 support.
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty and support 7 days a week.
Unique Life Saving Features. Quality Construction.
The heart of a Pool Fence DIY system is its mesh fence. Constructed of industrial-strength, Textilene PVC-coated nylon mesh, it has a strength rating of over 270 pounds per square inch.
The polyvinyl basket weave is infused with top-of-the-line UV inhibitors that keep your pool fence looking great for years in all weather conditions.
Constructed of solid high gauge aluminum, the integrated fence posts are spaced every 36 inches. Each post has a steel peg at the bottom that slips into sleeves that have been placed into drilled holes around your pool deck.
Fence sections are connected by a stainless steel safety latch with a stainless steel spring that can be opened by left- or right-handed parents.
Determine How Much Fence You Need
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.
Pool Fence DIY Self-Closing Gate
Sold separately, the Self-Closing Gate is an integral part of the Pool Fence DIY pool safety system. It operates with sturdy double-truss uprights, ultra-reliable MagnaLatch gate latch (designed specifically for securing gates around swimming pools), and TruClose self-closing gate hinges.
Pool Safety Tips from US Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Ensure kids learn to swim.
- Properly fence all pools.
- Always watch kids in and around the water.
- Stay away from drains.
- Know life-saving skills.
|Self-Closing Gate Kit||Drill Guide||Replacement Peg Pole||Safety Sleeves and Caps||Omni-Hanger|
|More from Pool Fence DIY by Life Saver||The self-closing, self-latching gate has a 2-foot walk-through opening and recommended U.S. CPSC height of 4 feet.||The drill guide makes it easy to accurately and consistently drill required holes in concrete; includes attached bubble level.||An extra peg pole is handy when an additional pole is needed, such as 90 degree turns or when following the pool’s exact contours.||Replacement sleeves and caps for poles with 1/2-inch stainless steel pins; set of 5 in gray or tan.||Set of two hooks for hooks for hanging towels and more; easily installs by removing existing pole cap.|
Easily customizable to fit around your pool, the Pool Fence DIY mesh pool safety system from Life Saver helps protect against accidental falls into your pool and can be installed by yourself (no contractor required). This 12-foot long section of fence has a 4-foot height (recommended by the Consumer Product Safety Commission) to help make your backyard pool area a safer place for children.
In addition to concrete and subtantial surfaces, Pool Fence DIY by Life Saver can be installed into pavers, on sand/crushed stone, on a wood deck, and into dirt, rock gardens, and other loose surfaces. The fence is constructed of industrial-strength Textilene PVC-coated nylon mesh, which has a strength rating of 387 pounds per square inch. The UV-resistant mesh provides years of use in all weather conditions. The stainless steel pins are easily inserted into the supp;ied sleeves (after installation) and exceeds most local safety requirements. The fence can be removed when no children are present.
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 are spaced out every 36 inches.
This package includes a 4-foot high x 12-foot long section of mesh pool fence with five integrated poles (each with a 1/2-inch stainless steel peg), deck sleeves/caps, safety latch, and template (gate sold separately). Installation requires a rotary hammer drill with a standard 5/8-inch x 14-inch (minimum) masonry bit (not included). The optional Pool Fence DIY Drill Guide (sold separately) takes the guesswork out of the drilling process for proper in-ground installation. Pool Fence DIY offers 7-day-a-week installation support by phone, and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
A family owned and operated company based in Delray Beach, FL, Life Saver has been has been keeping little feet on solid ground for over 25 years. In addition to Pool Fence DIY, Life Saver offers a contractor-installed Pool Fence option in most populated areas of the country.
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Definitely buy the guidePool Fence DIY by Life Saver Drill Guide. Don't cheap out on that. I know its expensive but it's worth it because there is a need to lean some of the poles where you have a turn around the pool. Light leans or heavy leans depend on the angle of the turn. You need the guide for accuracy.
We also bought the gate Pool Fence DIY by Life Saver Self-Closing Gate Kit, Black and that worked well for me. But honestly, you don't even need a gate the sections open pretty easily. If you attached the hook and eye they give you. Although I took the advice of some reviewers and did a black ziptie to attached the sections to each other. If you aren't going to remove it a lot, honestly, it looks less obtrusive.
Overall, I just put it in...I'll try to update in a few months or year and let you know how it weathers.
We do have a whole section that goes into grass and plan to use the method one other reviewer suggested with the pipes in the ground but for right now its staying up fine with just jamming it into the ground. Although, poolfencediy.com has a method they recommend with concrete and copper pipe too. They are your best resource.
Overall, its for the safety of my daughter, and you can't put too big a price on that. I was quoted almost the exact fence for the same distance installed and I was going to pay double the amount to have it installed. I would have too. Except now I know the difference between a regular hammer drill and a rotary hammer drill. And I own both! HA!
Don't mind the pictures of the dirty pool, it was not completely opened or cleaned yet when the pictures were taken.
Read all the installation instructions before proceeding and watch the uTube video. Angle holes are critical to a straight attractive installation where indicated. Use of an impact drill and 18 inch long 5/8 bit a must. Must be 18inches to fit into the drilling jig. DON'T BUY THE VERSION AMAZON OFFERS IT WILL NOT FIT THE JIG. TOO SHORT, MUST BE 18 INCHES.
I installed on a wood deck AFTER screwing in wood blocking underneath for support. Manufacturer recommends product for concrete pool pads but this is working fine.
Is very sensative to installation so take your time. I drilled holes freehand which worked out reasonably well.