If you live in Santa Barbara, CA and have a swimming pool in your backyard, it is vital to have a pool fence installed in your yard to protect your family from the dangers of an unprotected pool. Without a pool safety barrier, your children, elderly parents, and even pets are at risk of falling into the pool, and if they are unable to get out of their own – drowning. Furthermore, homeowners in Santa Barbara with pools in their backyards are required to adhere to statewide safety barrier requirements to ensure the safety of their residents.
These pool safety fence regulations state that residential swimming pools must be enclosed by a fence that is a minimum height of 60”. The fence must not have a maximum vertical clearance from the ground to the bottom of the enclosure that exceeds two inches. Any gaps or voids, if any, must not allow the passage of a sphere equal to or greater than four inches in diameter. Finally, the outside surface should be free of protrusions, cavities, or other physical characteristics that would serve as handholds or footholds that could enable a child below the age of five years to climb over.
Any access gates through the enclosure must open away from the swimming pool, and have a self-closing with a self-latching device placed no lower than 60 inches above the ground.
Contact King’s Pool Fencing today to set up a FREE pool fence estimate now by clicking here or calling 877-521-5569. Join the many other families in Santa Barbara, CA who have trusted King’s Pool Fencing to install a removable pool safety fence in their home to make their backyard safer for their family.
Protect Your Family From Accidental Drownings by Installing A Mesh Pool Fence
Regardless of how safe as you believe your home is, there is always a risk of drowning if you own a pool, especially one without a pool safety barrier. This is why it is necessary to be proactive and secure your pool to make sure it is inaccessible to your children. Even if you believe you can monitor your children closely enough, the unfortunate reality is that drowning is often silent, and in many cases occurs when the parents or caretakers were within earshot of their children.
The CDC reports that drowning is responsible for killing more children ages 1-4 years which is more than any other cause of death in children with the exception of birth defects, while 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.
As a homeowner, especially one with small children in your home, taking the appropriate steps to ensure your home and backyard is as safe as possible for your family is the best thing you can do for them. This means installing layers of protection which includes:
- A child safety pool fence
- A pool safety cover
- Pool and door alarms
- Safety nets
- Water survival training
- CPR training for adults
Take steps to protect your family today by installing the safest mesh pool fence available on the market installed in your home!
The Benefits of A Life Saver Pool Fence
When shopping for a new pool safety fence for your Santa Barbara, CA home, you should consider the safety and quality of the fence above everything else. It’s for this reason many homeowners choose to have a Life Saver Pool Fence installed. Not only is our fence the safest, but we also have the most highly trained installers working on all of our pool fence installations.
All of the pool fence installers we employ in Santa Barbara are the best-trained in the industry. Every year we require them to attend training and safety seminars provided by our parent company to ensure they are familiar with our products, installation techniques, and new product upgrades.
When it comes to the quality of our fences, our mesh pool fences are strong enough to withstand all kinds of weather conditions. Plus, every component of our pool fencing is made of the strongest and most durable material available including our shatterproof patented fence poles and our nearly indestructible pool fence mesh. Additionally, all of our fences are backed by our limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty ensuring you will have years of safe pool use for your family.
You Can Customize Your Pool Fence
Our mesh pool fences are offered in a variety of colors and the mesh we use is nearly transparent which is both aesthetically pleasing, but also allows you to keep an eye on your children while they are playing in the pool. Homeowners have the option of customizing both the color of the mesh used and poles. Regardless of the customization options you choose, you are still getting the highest quality pool fence, as it is the only kind of fence we sell. Call (877) 521-5569 to get your FREE estimate.
The Life Saver Pool Fence Installation Process
At King’s Pool Fencing, we understand you want may to have your pool fence installed quickly, especially during pool season. This is why we do everything we can to install your fence as quickly as possible.
Once you have scheduled your FREE estimate we’ll come to your home, and work with you to determine how and where you want your fence to run. We will take measurements of the pool and surrounding area and discuss the available options with you including height and color, then we’ll send you an estimate containing everything that was discussed during your consultation. Once you’re satisfied, we’ll go ahead and schedule an installation date. The actual pool fence installation in Santa Barbara only takes a few hours.
If for any reason you are unable to have us come to your home to do your estimate in person, we can often utilize Google Earth in some cases to perform your pool fence estimate.
Key Landmarks in Santa Barbara, CA
As of 2019, the population of Santa Barbara consisted of 91,364 people, many of which live in households with pools in their backyards.
Some points of interest include the Stearns Wharf, Mission Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Zoo, Loutusland, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Arroyo Burro Beach County Park, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Sea, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Old Mission Santa Barbara, Goleta Beach Park, Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Seven Falls, Alameda Park, Goleta Point, and Romero Canyon Trail.