If you have a swimming pool in your backyard, installing multiple layers of protection like a pool fence in your Ocean County, NJ home can help keep your pool safer for your children and pets. Not only are homeowners required to adhere to specific New Jersey State and County pool barrier regulations, but a pool safety fence is one of the best ways to protect your family from the dangers of drowning.
Local regulations for residential swimming pools in Ocean County, New Jersey state that pools must be enclosed by a fence that is at least 48 inches tall and any rails need to be on the inside of the fence. Pool gates must swing outwards from the pool and self-close and self-latch, they must also have gate latches that are at least 54 inches from the ground.
In addition to a pool safety barrier, other important pool safety measures you should implement in your home include:
- Implementing door and door alarms that have audible alarms
- Installing a pool safety cover
- Water safety training
- Swimming lessons for children as soon as they are old enough
- CPR training for all adults
- Constant supervision when children are in the water
While it’s important that you consult your local county office to confirm the pool barrier requirements specific to your area, you can rest assured that a Life Saver mesh pool fence will meet the majority of requirements for pool barrier safety codes throughout New Jersey and in Ocean County.
Life Saver Pool Fence Can Help Protect Your Children From Accidental Drownings
Pool safety is one of the most important things to consider as a homeowner with a pool and children in your home. As a parent, grandparent, or guardian, you need to be aware of the potential dangers an unprotected pool poses for little ones. Without a child pool safety fence, your pool is more dangerous to your children than a loaded gun. In fact, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that approximately one in five people who die from drownings are children under the age of 14. Drowning is a very dangerous potential issue that must be addressed. Don’t put your family at unnecessary risk by not having a fence installed.
The Benefits of A Professionally Installed Life Saver Pool Fence
At Best Defense Pool Enclosures, our entire team understands the potential dangers of an unprotected pool and how installing a pool fence in your home can save lives. Our primary goal is to help keep families throughout New Jersey safe from harm, which is why you can be confident in choosing to install a Life Saver removable mesh pool fence in your home.
The mesh used by Life Saver is the safest and strongest fence available on the market, making our pool fencing the strongest, and most durable barrier you can purchase to protect your family from the dangers of accidental drowning. Our pool fences are even strong enough to withstand harsh, cold New Jersey winters!
Furthermore, the patented pool fence poles we use in all of our fences are the strongest available and won’t shatter even if they are directly hit. Combined with the strength of our mesh, this means you are getting the best pool safety fence possible to protect your family.
Our mesh pool fences are also backed by a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty. Plus, our promise to all of our customers is that your pool fencing will only be installed by the best and most highly trained installers. Every year we send our installers to training and safety seminars to ensure they are familiar with our products, updated installation techniques, and new product upgrades making them the most competent installers around.
You Can Customize The Height and Color of Your Pool Fence
Historically, pool fences weren’t the most attractive addition to your backyard, but homeowners didn’t have a choice to install one if they wanted to keep their family safe. Now with the Life Saver Pool Fence, you can have the strongest mesh fence available as well as one of the best-looking fences. You won’t need to compromise on safety at all. Both the mesh and poles we offer can be customized to match your yard’s aesthetic and the mesh is nearly transparent making it easy to see the water. With this type of mesh, you can keep an eye on your family while they are swimming.
Our Pool Fence Installation Process in Ocean County, New Jersey
If you are interested in having a removable pool fence installed in your backyard, the first thing you need to do is to contact us in order to receive your free, in-home estimate. After you call us, one of our installers will come to your home, and measure the area you want the fence to be installed. We’ll take measurements and discuss your options regarding height, color and upgrades. Next, we’ll send you an estimate containing everything that was discussed and once you’re satisfied, we’ll schedule an installation date.
If for some reason you can’t have our pool fence installers come to your home to perform your estimate, we can often conduct your estimate virtually using Google Earth.
Once you have decided on the fence and scheduled an installation date, the installation itself only takes a few hours so you’ll be able to enjoy your fence safety in no time at all!
Areas We Serve
In the Ocean County, NJ area we serve Barnegat Light, Barnegat Township, Bay Head, Beach Haven, Beachwood, Berkeley Township, Brick Township, Eagleswood, Harvey Cedars, Island Heights, Jackson Township, Lacey Township, Lakehurst, Lavallette, Little Egg Harbor Township, Long Beach Township, Manchester Township, Mantoloking, Ocean Gate, Ocean Township, Pine Beach, Plumsted Township, Point Pleasant, Point Pleasant Beach, Seaside Heights, Seaside Park, Ship Bottom, South Toms River, Stafford Township, Surf City, Toms River and Tuckerton.
Ocean County, NJ Quick Info
The 2018 census estimated that the population of Ocean County was 601,651, making it the state’s 6th most populated county. It is home to landmarks and sights like Six Flags Great Adventure, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Six Flags Wild Safari, Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, Island Beach State Park, Double Trouble State Park, Brendan T. Byrne State Forest, Forked River State Marina, the Ocean County Mall, FirstEnergy Park, the Jersey Shore, Seaside Heights, Point Pleasant Beach and Tuckerton Seaport.