Achieving a safe pool and a great look can be tricky when the ground is flat, but what about when you need sloped pool fencing for a raked or sloped block? Here are the alternatives …
Pool-Legal Bird Wire / Aviary Wire
Pool-legal wire mesh pool fencing allows a good view through the fence while achieving safety all at a cost below most other options. The secret is that the area between the posts is bird wire or aviary wire which provides minimal obstruction to the view, but importantly can be cut to match any slope.
Options for aviary wire fencing include steel (see above) and black (see below) so you can match it to the look you are after. Generally, we find that black disappears more into open environments.
Big Johns Pool Fencing has also enclosed whole backyards using aviary wire fencing. This can change your whole pool and garden feeling. Call to discuss if this is suitable for you (0412 411 209).
Raked Tubular Steel Pool Fencing
The next simplest is steel fencing welded and raked to the slope. This costs more for than wire pool fencing, but has been popular over the years, so is reasonably common.
Glass Pool Fencing
Glass always gives a beautiful look, and in some cases, will still be he best choice depending on the site. But for most people and larger fences, glass pool fencing looses out to wire or steel because of price and practicality. Unfortunately, sloped pool fencing in glass quickly becomes expensive even though some installations can be achieved with clever use of frameless glass.
Sloped Pool Fencing the Winner is …
Mixing your fencing is a great way to keep the cost down while achieving a great look. Glass looks great with other fencing types when done right, so don’t be afraid of including a slope if it will give you the best outcome in terms of enjoying your pool and space over the years.
For an obligation free pool fencing measure and quote, call Big John’s now on: 0412 411 209.