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Channel Glass—the latest trend in frameless pool fencing

An improvement to your swimming pool area, can be found in the latest trend in pool fencing—channel glass.

The frameless glass fencing system allows uninterrupted views of your pool surroundings. Unlike semi-frameless glass fencing, channel glass is installed

into aluminium channels and set in concrete. For this reason, it is ultimately much easier if you opt for this type of fencing at construction stage, prior to the concrete pour.

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Glass Pool Fencing: Frameless or Semi Frameless?

One of the most important decisions when building a swimming pool is choosing the right fencing.

Queensland has strict regulations that mandate all private and public pools are made safe for young children. The Queensland government made pool fencing mandatory and recommended design guidelines that all homeowners and installers must abide by.

Glass is a great fencing choice for your new or existing pool fence. This is one reason why many homeowners decide glass for their new pool.

If you are considering glass pool fencing, here are a few pros and cons.

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Take care of the kids this Christmas with some pool fence security tips

Kids are curious and playful.

If a ball is tossed into the pool area, chances are they’ll be trying to fetch it by scaling the fence.

When it comes to aluminium fencing, children are able to climb on the horizontal bars or squeeze through the railings.

But this isn’t a possibility with glass pool fencing. The frameless design allows no footholds. It does, however, allow stunning panoramic and uninhibited views of your pool area.

A clear outlook is just another security measure, as you are able to keep your children in plain sight at all times. Not only does it look fantastic, but glass fencing has also proven to be one of the safest fencing options for your pool enclosure.

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Glass Pool Fencing: The Pros and Cons

One of the most important decisions when building a swimming pool is choosing the right fencing.

Queensland has strict regulations that mandate all private and public pools are made safe for young children.

The Queensland government made pool fencing mandatory and recommended design guidelines that all homeowners and installers must abide by.

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Glass Pool Fencing: Your Options

Having a swimming pool at home can open the door to endless hours of summer entertainment.

Swimming is a fantastic activity for everyone in the family and is even more enjoyable in the hotter season – especially if you live on the sunny Gold Coast, whereby summer can seem to go on for months.

If you have decided to build a pool on your property, you’ll need to consider pool fencing before you can legally fill your pool with water.

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Six Tips to Enjoy Your Home Pool Safely

Now you have the chance to spend the hot summer days relaxing in your own swimming pool, it is your responsibility to ensure that everyone is safe when using it.

Here are six tips to help reduce the risk of accidents.

Install Pool Fencing

Pool fencing on the Gold Coast is mandatory, regardless of whether there are children living on the property.

You will not be allowed to use your pool until your pool fencing has been issued with a safety certificate.

There are great stylish options available, such as glass pool fencing.

Gold Coast homeowners can add visual appeal to their pool enclosure and value to their home while complying with the law.

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Glass versus Perspex pool fencing

If you want to upgrade your current pool fencing, and are thinking about choosing glass pool fencing as an alternative, then you may have already been tempted by the idea of using cheaper plastics as an alternative to glass.

There are several reasons why homeowners may choose to use plastics in their fencing, but when it comes to a battle between glass versus perspex pool fencing, understanding all of the implications of each type, and learning which is the best for your current needs is the most important thing that you can do in order to establish what type of fencing you will need for your private swimming pool area.

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