Summer is here, and for Australians, that’s simply music to our ears. Out with the jumpers and jeans – in with the shorts and thongs! Summer is the time of year we visit Sydney’s pristine beaches, get our pools cleaned up, and make memories with friends and family.
But if your pool’s fencing isn’t quite up to scratch, or if you haven’t invested in a permanent fence yet, your summer could be marred with huge council fines or, worse, the threat to your family’s safety.
Don’t stress: there’s a simple solution! Let’s talk to the guys at SBS Fence and Toilet Hire about the key to your pool fencing problems: hiring a solid temporary pool fence.
Can you put a temporary fence around your pool?
The good news is, you can certainly hire a temporary fence to put around your pool – even if it’s just for the summer. Temporary pool fences from a reputable service provider like SBS Fence and Toilet Hire are regulation-approved and help keep you and your family totally safe.
Why choose temporary fencing for your pool?
Temporary fencing is a fantastic option for pools as summer is in full swing in Australia. There are plenty of reasons to choose a temporary fence hire service, rather than go all out and install a permanent fence:
Permanent fence installation costs thousands. And sure, they’re worth it eventually, but paying a huge bill like that upfront isn’t exactly fun. Temporary fence hire is a fraction of the cost, and meets regulations so that you can avoid fines and focus on having a good time, all summer long.
Moreover, temporary fencing is just as effective at keeping your family safe as permanent fencing is. All temporary pool fencing from SBS Fence and Toilet Hire meets the Australian Standards, and is quality-made right here in Australia.
Quality pool fencing that meets Australian Standards
SBS Fence and Toilet Hire provide quality pool fencing that meets the following Australian Standards, indicating that pool fencing must:
- be at least 1.2m high (as measured from the finished ground level)
- not leave a gap at the bottom bigger than 10cm from the finished ground level
- if a boundary fence is part of the pool fence, the barrier must be 1.8m high
- not have gaps of more than 10cm between any vertical bars in the fence
- if containing horizontal climbable bars, have these spaced at least 90cm apart
- perforated or mesh barriers must have holes no greater than 13mm for fence heights of 1.2m
- perforated or mesh barriers of 1.8m height with holes greater than 13mm must not exceed 100mm
- The pool fence must be well maintained and in good working order”
SBS Fence and Toilet Hire are the team to call when you need temporary pool fencing for your inflatable pool over the summer. Their temporary pool fencing is Australian-made, regulation-approved, and the team are committed to keeping your family safe and your home in line with the law. Call up SBS Fence and Toilet Hire for a quote today.