Why Install A Life Saver Pool Fence

Life Saver Pool Fence is a trusted member of the pool fence and installation industry.  For decades, we have been serving American families and homeowners with trust, respect, and reliability.  Our pool fences are made from the strongest material available.  Let’s take a closer look and see what makes the Life Saver Pool Fence the best option for you and your family.

First, Life Saver Pool Fences are held up by the strongest poles on the market: the High-Performance Solid Pole.  The High-Performance Solid Pole is reinforced with three layers of metal, which also makes it three times stronger than the industry-standard.  You do not want a pole that will bend and break with the seasons, and Life Saver Pool Fence can guarantee you that you are getting the strongest pole on the market.

Second, Life Saver Pool Fences are held together by an extremely durable form of meshing, called Textilene Mesh.  Textilene Mesh is made out of a strong material called nylon, which is then woven in such a fashion as to provide it with a very high tensile strength.  As far as manufacturing goes, this mesh is the most expensive.  Also, the Textilene Mesh is dual-directional, so it can bend and be flexible, all the while not breaking.

To hold our mesh and pole together, we use a Quadruple Marine Stitched Reinforced Vinyl Border with Embossed Nylon and Leather Grain.  The name is fancy but the design is simple: the four-stitch borders are covered by four lines of stitching, providing the borders of the fence with quadruple the support of a normal, single stitch border.  This marine stitch is used in outdoor equipment, ensuring that the material can combat the elements and seasons.

Now Life Saver Pool Fence will offer you some options.  Our first option is between what sort of latch or lock you want on your pool gate.  The two options we offer are the Safety Snap Latch and the Perma-Lock.  In terms of durability, both are equal; they are both made out of stainless steel, so you can be sure that they can stand up to the corrosive force of the elements.  The key difference between the latch and the lock lies in that the Perma-Lock requires a small tool to open it, while the Safety Snap Latch does not.  If you are unsure which latch or lock is right for you and your family, do not hesitate to raise this question with our yearly trained and expert pool fence technicians.

The most often used part of your pool fence will be the gate, and for that we can also provide you with some options: the Double Truss Square Stock or the Arched Gate.  Like the latches and locks, there is no difference in quality between the two gates.  However, there is an aesthetic difference, as the Arched Gate has an arch across the top and the Double Truss Square Stock is just straight across the top.  The Arched Gate also has an additional cost.  Again, you should discuss which gate suits you better with one of our trained technicians.

Life Saver Pool Fence would also like to offer you some accessories to accommodate your pool and backyard:

  • An Omni-Hanger, which is great for hanging up wet towels or floatation devices
  • A Solar Light, which can provide your backyard and pool with a relaxing nighttime ambience
  • A variety of colors and styles to customize your pool fence with

Life Saver Pool Fence understands that you want to have both a stylish and safe pool and backyard.  So, we like to provide you with options.  In addition to choosing between latches and a pool gate, we can also provide you with a variety of colors and styles to personalize your pool with.  The mesh fence is also transparent, so you will be able to see both your pool and backyard.  Life Saver Pool Fence is manufactured in the USA and our fences are backed by a 100-year warranty.

Give us a call at 1-800-282-3836 or contact us online to receive a free pool fence estimation and consultation!

Areas We Serve

In Ventura County, California pools must be enclosed by a fence that is at least 60 inches above the ground and the maximum vertical clearance from the ground to the bottom of the enclosure must not be greater than 2 inches.

Additionally, the outside surface must be free of anything that would cause the pool enclosure to be climbable. The pool gate must open outward away from the pool and shall be self-closing and self-latching, and the release mechanism of the self-latching device is located less than 54 inches from the bottom of the gate.

Life Saver Pool Fence of Central California installs removable mesh pool fences throughout Central California including the Ventura County area: Bell Canyon, Camarillo, Casitas Springs, Channel Islands Beach, El Rio, Fillmore, La Conchita, Meiners Oaks, Mira Monte, Moorpark, Oak Park, Oak View, Ojai, Oxnard, Piru, Port Hueneme, Santa Paula, Saticoy, Simi Valley, Somis, Thousand Oaks, Ventura and Wheeler Springs.

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About Ventura County, CA

Ventura County is a beautiful region in the state of California.  Ventura County is located on the central coast of California.  The county enjoys a population of roughly 830,000 residents.  Ventura County is home to famous actor Kevin Costner, the Channel Islands, and the Museum of Ventura County.

In California, there are certain guidelines that all pool fences must comply with:

  • Pools of more than two feet of depth must have an enclosure of at least five feet of height;
  • The fence cannot have any footholds that can assist in the fence being climbed;
  • Gates shall be self-latching and at least 54 inches from the ground.

Pool Safety and Swimming Resources for Ventura County, CA Residents

Being aware and informed about pool safety is essential to having a safe pool.  Please share this information with your family and whoever will be swimming in your pool:

Installing a Life Saver Pool Fence is one of the best ways you can help your pool become the safe and enjoyable place it should be. Call us at 1-800-282-3836 or click here to receive a free pool fence estimate and consultation!

Swimming Pool Safety Resources for Ventura County Residents