Life Saver Pool Fence Installations in Houston, Texas

Multiple layers of protection have been proven to be the most effective way to reduce the risk of drownings in residential pools. Such safety barriers include pool fencing, door and pool alarms, pool safety nets, and adult supervision. Pool fences deter young children from accessing the pool on their own without an adult being present.

When you contact us for a pool fence installation in Houston, our team will come out to measure your home and provide a quote. The actual installation typically only takes a few hours which means you’ll have your removable pool fence installed in no time at all!

When it comes to submersion injuries, 1 in 5 children fatally drown. Drowning is the 2nd leading cause of death among children under the age of 14 years. Furthermore, accidental drowning has accounted for 91% of deaths for children ages 14 & under who have been diagnosed with autism. A pool safety fence can greatly decrease this risk.

Trust the pool fence installer that puts your family’s safety first. Call today to schedule your free mesh pool fence estimate.

Areas We Serve

Life Saver of Houston sells and installs removable pool fence systems in a wide area around Houston, TX. In general, we service an area of at least a 50 miles radius around Houston. This includes Bunker Hill, Rosenberg, Bellaire, Pearland, Magnolia, Pasadena, Willis, College Station, Tomball, Lake Jackson, Deer Park, Friendswood, La Porte, League City, The Woodlands, Baytown, Kingwood, Midtown, Spring, Katy, Galveston, Clear Lake, Sugarland, Conroe, Missouri City, Texas City, Atascocita, and Mission Bend.

According to Texas Pool Enclosure Regulations, a pool barrier must have a self-closing and self-latching device that causes a gate to automatically close without human or electrical power after it has been opened and to automatically latch without human or electrical power when the gate closes. Additionally, the height of the pool yard enclosure must be at least 48 inches as measured from the ground on the side away from the pool.

Swimming Pool Safety Resources