Maintain Safety Standards with a Pool Fence

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Maintain Safety Standards with a Pool FenceIn addition to obtaining a residential swimming pool permit, North Carolina law requires that any outdoor swimming pool needs to be surrounded by a barrier. Having a pool fence is meant to ensure the safety of children and animal friends that could potentially fall into a pool without one.

To meet the state’s pool fence barrier requirements, the fence must be at least 4 feet high. If there are gaps in the pool fence, they must be narrow enough that a child cannot fit through. Each pool fence must also be equipped with a locking device and/or an alarm system to ensure children or animals do not wander in unsupervised.

To help you comply with the pool fence laws of North Carolina, our team at Timber Fencing is prepared to provide all your pool fence needs. We will consult with you to provide you with a pool fence that meets the legal requirements of North Carolina and looks visually appealing.

We will install a high-quality pool fence to provide you with the peace of mind that children and animals on your property are provided with the safety and security they need. This will allow you to spend more time doing what you actually got a pool for: relaxing and spending quality time with those you care about.

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