Why Install A Life Saver Pool Fence

Install a Life Saver Pool fence to keep your swimming pool safe and prevent potential accidents like drownings that often occur around pools without proper safety measures.  With a Life Saver Pool Fence, your swimming pool will remain protected and you can comfortably enjoy your time around the pool with children or guests.  Our fences and gates are trusted by homeowners across the country and we continue to keep our products updated to the latest changes in regulations or technology.

Patented Life Saver Solid Pole

The Life Saver Pool Fence Patented Life Saver Solid Pole is our strongest fence pole and over 3 times as strong as the industry standard.  It will withstand heavy winds and weather conditions, keeping your swimming pool fence protected no matter what.

Textilene Mesh

To keep the poles together, we use a nylon material that is reliable and durable under any condition.  The textilene mesh will bend and flex with the wind or contact, but will not break or tear.  Our customers rely on our safety pool fence mesh to keep their children safe from the swimming pool area.

Safety Snap Latch

We offer different locking systems for our swimming pool fences to keep them secured.  The Safety Snap Latch is an automatic locking system, providing a high-level of security for the swimming pool fence.  Made out of stainless steel, the Safety Snap Latch is reliable and durable for our Life Saver Pool Fence customers.

Perma-Lock

The Perma-Lock provides even more security and durability to homeowners who want an added layer of protection around their swimming pool.  The Perma-Lock requires a tool to open the gate, ensuring that children or pets cannot get through the gate under any circumstances.

Talk to one of our pool safety experts today and get your FREE consultation. Call 1-800-282-3836 or fill out the Contact Us right here.

Areas We Serve

Life Saver of Western Pennsylvania services all of Pennsylvania (PA).

Outdoor swimming pools in the state of Pennsylvania must adhere to state requirements regarding pool fence barriers. These regulations vary on a local-level which means homeowners must check with their local township for specific requirements.

Generally, pool fence requirements mandate that a pool must be completely surrounded by a barrier that obstructs access to the swimming pool. Pennsylvania sitewide building code mandates throughout all of Pennsylvania that all pools must be fenced on all sides with a structure at least 48-inches high. Any body of water more than 24-inches deep is considered a pool and must meet required safety standards.

For above ground pools—The sides of the pool, if 48 inches, may be considered the fence. A removable or locking ladder is required and it must be removed or locked when the pool is not in use. For in-ground pools, all fence gates must be self-closing and latching.

About Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh is a city in western Pennsylvania that’s known for its passionate sports fan base and Gilded Age sites like the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.  It’s better known as the “The Steel City” because it’s home for over 300 companies related to the steel industry, and it’s also known as the “City of Bridges” because of its bridge count being 446.

It’s weather is typical of the northeast climate with hot summers and cold winters.  During the warmer months of summers, homeowners in Pittsburgh enjoy swimming in their backyard pools to escape the heat.  This creates a strong demand for safety pool fences, gates, and other products in the Life Saver Pool Fence catalog.

Swimming Pool Safety Resources

In Pittsburgh, it’s required to have a fence around all sides of the swimming pool.  The fence needs to be at least 48 inches and all fence gates must be self-closing and latching.  For more information on the swimming pool regulations in Pittsburgh, PA, visit the following websites to learn more:

Installing a Life Saver Pool Fence is one of the best things you can do to protect your family and your pool. Talk to one of our pool safety experts today and get your FREE consultation. Call 1-800-282-3836 or fill out the Contact Us right here.