Glass Pool Fencing Guide

Glass Pool Fencing Guide

The only glass pool fencing guide you need pt.1: Are you thinking about installing a pool on your property? Many families rely on pools to beat the heat on those hot, humid days when the air conditioner just isn’t cutting it.

What’s more difficult is deciding on the ideal glass barrier for your pool.

The immaculate look and feel of a glass fence makes it a popular choice for pool fencing. Other fences separate your pool from the rest of your yard, preventing guests from seeing it and blocking the view of your beautiful landscape.

A glass pool fence is a sleek and modern alternative to a huge blocky barrier surrounding your pool.

Because a glass fence allows you to look through it, you’ll be able to gaze at your beautiful new concrete or fibreglass pool every day. You’ll still have a great view of the backyard from your house because nothing is obscuring your view.

Purpose of a Pool Fence

In Australia, pool barriers are necessary for safety reasons. They keep people and animals from walking into your lovely pool by preventing them from falling in.

As a result, you may let your children play outside without worrying about them getting into the pool without your supervision.

Pool fence gates are supposed to be self-closing. As a result, you don’t have to be concerned about someone leaving the gate open; if they do, it will just close on its own.

Most jurisdictions require pool fences to be at least 1.2 metres high so that children and animals cannot climb or leap over them to get access to the pool area.

Having a pool fence that fulfils laws will give you piece of mind and keep your children, guests, and animals safe.

The Type of Glass Used In A Pool Fence

Pool fences don’t just have any kind of glass in them. Tempered glass, often known as safety glass, is used to make them. Your windscreen, shower door, and sliding doors are all made of this type of glass.

Consider what happens when you drop a glass of water on the floor: it shatters into fragments. This is extremely dangerous since these sharp fragments have the potential to cut you and inflict catastrophic injury.

The premise behind safety glass is that it is much stronger than regular glass, making it less likely to break. If it does break, however, it does not shatter in the same manner as conventional glass does.

It crumbles when it breaks, but it usually stays put.

Heating the glass, applying pressure, and compressing the surface results in safety glass. The glass is then swiftly chilled, purposefully creating microscopic cracks in the glass that make it safer for you!

Toughened glass does not shatter into shards when it is struck since it is already ‘broken.’

Pool fence glass panels are available in a variety of thicknesses ranging from 6 to 18 mm.

To assure their safety, larger panels must be thicker. Take note of the thickness of the panels when getting bids for your pool fence installation.


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