Life Saver Pool Fence Installations in Daytona, FL
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Life Saver Pool Fence of Daytona is your local Life Saver ready to answer any questions you have about pool fencing in Volusia, Brevard, Flagler, Putnam, and St. John’s counties. All fences are installed per Florida Building Code Requirements. We install pool safety fences along the Eastern Atlantic Coastline of Florida, from St. Augustine to Daytona down to Merritt Island. Call today to schedule your free pool fence estimate.
Life Saver Pool Fence Installations near Daytona, FL
Why Install A Life Saver Pool Fence
If your family has a swimming pool in the greater Daytona area, we advocate ensuring that you put layers of protection in place to keep little ones safe and on solid ground.
As parents, we cannot supervise our pools or our children 24/7. That’s why installing a Life Saver Pool Fence is one of the most important measures you can take to provide your family with a safe and fun backyard. In fact, installing a pool safety fence is the only way to physically make your pool off limits. Not only are our fences safe and provide your family with a strong line of defense, but they are also made out of some of the strongest materials available on the market. They’re backed by a Lifetime Warranty you can count on too.
Drowning Is A Serious Risk in Daytona and the State of Florida
The overall average rate in Florida is estimated to be two drownings per 100,000 people, nearly twice as much as the national average of 1.2 per 100,000, with children between the ages of one and four at highest risk.* That’s a staggering number. The CDC stats show drowning is “the top cause of death”** in children ages 1-4. ” In fact, more than 410 people have drowned in Florida pools. Nearly half of them were children.”** A major concern in Florida is that the number of pool drownings is much higher than in States like California or Texas that are similar in size. This is why pool safety is such an important issue for parents to be educated about and it’s the same reason why if you have a pool, then you need a pool fence. In addition, Florida was ranked 3rd in the U.S. for unintentional drowning death rate (2.02 per 100,000 population) among children ages 0 to 17 years of age.***
Areas We Serve
Life Saver Pool Fence of Daytona installs pool fences throughout the Eastern Florida coastline area, including Volusia, Brevard, Flagler, Putnam, and St. John’s counties, from St. Augustine to the Merritt Island area.
Daytona is known for the Daytona 500 NASCAR race each year as well Daytona Beach itself, a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy motorsports since the beginning of the 20th Century. Daytona boasts over 23 miles of white sandy beaches and is home to many pools. The warmer season of May through October is a favorite for pool lovers; however pools stay open all year even through the cooler season in most cases.
Located at 29°12′N 81°2′W (29.2073, −81.0379), Daytona Beach located on Florida’s Atlantic coast located on the eastern edge of Volusia County. It’s considered to be part of the Deltona–Daytona Beach–Ormond Beach metropolitan area. With a population of 72,647 (based on the 2020 census) and estimated 31,000 households, there are a lot of pools to protect. Nearby major bodies of water include the Halifax River and the Atlantic Ocean itself. Pools fences can be installed on or near all of these bodies of water to serve as mesh safety fences, also known as seawall fences or dock fences, depending on the location where they are used.
Pool Fence Requirements in Daytona
A pool fence is a requirement for residential Florida pools, including Daytona. Current Florida Building Code states that private pools must be enclosed by a barrier meeting the requirements of Statute 515.29, including a pool barrier that is at least 4 feet tall (Source 1 for the State; Source 2 for Volusia County, Fl.).
In Florida pools must be enclosed by a fence that is at least 4 feet high on the outside. The fact is, if you have a pool, you need a pool fence to make your home safer for children, pets and guests. The pool barrier must not have any gaps, openings, indentations, protrusions, or structural components that could allow a young child to crawl under, squeeze through, or climb over the barrier. Gates that provide access to swimming pools must open away from the pool and be equipped with a self-closing and self-latching locking device. The release mechanism must be located on the pool side of the gate and so placed that a child cannot reach it.
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