What is All-Safe Fencing?
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How safe and strong is a pool fence?
How strong is All-Safe mesh fence?
Is a removable mesh pool fence easy to us
Why choose a removable mesh fence vs other products?
Why choose an All-Safe pool fence?
At All-Safe we pride ourselves on proving that not all pool fences or pool fence companies are the same…
- All-Safe fences are made in Orange, CA, USA.
- All-Safe has been manufacturing and installing fences for over 20 years.
Our installation & service practices are second to none and we are proud to have a 5 star rating on Yelp, Angie’s List, Google, and an A+ rating with the BBB.
- All-Safe installs only documented ASTM compliant fence material which means it has been independently tested for safety by an independent ASTM certified laboratory. We use only the absolute best materials, installation processes and components.
Components that only All-Safe offers:
- Corner Posts – All-Safe corner posts are specifically engineered to make a turn beyond 45 degrees. The corner post allows us to maintain tension around a corner without the pole bowing over at the top which is what a normal pole does. Other companies use a 2 pole solution or change the layout to try and reduce the bowing. This results in more poles bowing awkwardly and a fence that will tend to lack the proper tension in certain areas.
- Angled Raised Panel – When going over a planter or retainer wall, you need to prevent the climbability of a child from going on top of the wall or planter and swinging around the lower part of the fence. All-Safe is the only company that offers Angled Raised Panels and Poles that go up to 8 feet to block these areas correctly. We use our unique Angled Raised Panels to raise the fence to the proper height. These angled raised panels offer a softer, more attractive look while securing the area better than any company in the pool fence industry.
- Rectangular and Round Terminating Post – Mesh pool fences cannot simply stop anywhere; they need to attach to something strong enough that can hold the tension of the entire fence line. When a mesh pool fence stops at a block wall or a good wall of the house, a normal wall attachment will work. But when a fence stops at a glass, vinyl, wood, wrought iron fence or anywhere a wall attachment cannot be used, what do you do? All-Safe has engineered and manufactured two poles for this specific problem. Rectangular posts are used when we cannot attach the fence to a wall that ends in concrete or pavers. The round terminating post is used when the fence ends in dirt or grass without anything to attach to.
- Bottom line… at All-Safe we pride ourselves on offering real tangible differences, not “talking points”, unproven claims or gimmicks. All-Safe has professionally engineered the best components, strongest poles and the best material to make sure your fence is the safest and best looking fence in the industry. Our reputation is second to none proven by our on-line reviews, testimonials, customer and professional referrals. Also, All-Safe has manufactured and installed removable mesh fences for over 20 years and we pride ourselves on using the absolute best practices in the industry. We train our installers on the proper spacing, angles, components and layout to ensure your fence will look and function the best way it possibly can
How much does a pool fence cost?
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Does the pool fence include a gate?
Are there other types of pool fencing?
Removable mesh pool fencing is the only fence that was specifically made for pool safety and is widely considered the safest pool fence option for residential pools.Some of the other fences that are used are:
- Wrought Iron – Until the last 15 years wrought iron fences were a common fence used for pool safety. Today, because of the popularity of mesh fencing wrought iron is not used nearly as often. Wrought iron is made up of iron slats every 4 inches that a child can use to brace their feet on which makes an iron fence more climbable than mesh pool fences. Iron fences are not normally removable, they need to be painted every few years and can rust over time. Because of the slats and the bulkiness of an iron fence most people agree that a mesh pool fence is a better looking fence for a back yard with a pool. The typical cost for wrought iron is two to four times the cost of mesh pool fence.
- Chain Link – Chain link is not very commonly used for pool safety. Although better than nothing chain link fencing is very climbable as the diamond shaped holes in the fence act as a ladder view for a child to get over the fence. A chain link fence is not removable and very obtrusive to view of the pool area. The typical cost of a chain link fence is one and a half to two times the cost of mesh fencing.
- Vinyl or wood fence – A vinyl or wood fence will block most or all of the view of your pool area. If the slats of the fence are spaced to provide some view of the pool it can also be climbable as children could use the slats on which to brace their. If there is no space between the boards there would be no view of the pool which is also a safety concern. The typical cost of wood and vinyl fences is one and a half to five times the price of mesh pool fencing.
- Glass fence – A glass fence can be beautiful for a pool area. However they are very expensive, not versatile, not removable and very difficult to keep clean. The typical cost of a glass fence is 5x – 25x the cost of a mesh pool fence.