Sadly, in the state of California, drowning is the second-leading cause of death for children under the age of 5. Between the years of 2010 and 2014, there were over 100 deaths caused by drowning in a residential pool. There is only one solution to this fatal problem – a strong and reliable mesh pool fence system that is enclosed with a durable door and latch system at all times.
Installing a reliable pool fence in your San Diego County home is one of the most important things you can do for your family. Working with Life Saver Pool Fence SoCal will allow you and your family to relax in safety this summer. Because, as residents of California know, having a pool is not a luxury but almost a necessity – especially in a summer as hot and dry as this one. Contact us for a free estimate. Call (619) 922-9845 or contact us online.
When setting up your pool, residents of San Diego, California will also have to pay attention to California’s pool regulations. To see the full list of regulations, visit this website. Here are some of the main points to pay attention to:
- An enclosure that isolates the swimming pool or spa from the private single-family home.
- Removable mesh fencing and a gate that is self-closing and self-latching and can accommodate a key lockable device.
- An approved safety pool cover.
- Exit alarms on the private single-family home’s doors that provide direct access to the swimming pool or spa.
- A self-closing, self-latching device with a release mechanism placed no lower than 54 inches above the floor on the private single-family home’s doors providing direct access to the swimming pool or spa.
- An alarm that, when placed in a swimming pool or spa, will sound upon detection of accidental or unauthorized entrance into the water.
Why Install A Life Saver Pool Fence
With Life Saver Pool Fence, you can rest assured that your family’s safety is our top priority.
But the reason customers keep coming back to us is because we provide top-of-the-line mesh fences that are easy to remove, roll-up, and stow away. Or, if you want to keep your fence out year-round, that works too: Life Saver Pool Fences hold up great in any season.
You also don’t need to worry about the appearance of the Life Saver Pool Fence. It won’t obstruct any view of your pool or of your yard, nor will the fence itself be a ghastly site. The fence is nearly transparent and you can also customize the colors of the mesh and the poles to match your yard!
Life Saver Pool Fences are backed by a lifetime warranty. Our pool fence installers in San Diego, CA are among the best in the country, which we ensure by sending them to training and safety seminars.
Pool Safety Products & Services in San Diego County, CA
Our pool safety fence installation services in San Diego, CA include:
- mesh pool fence installations
- removable pool fence installations
- pet fence installations
- self-closing, self-locking pool gate installations
Areas We Serve in San Diego County, CA
Life Saver Pool Fence SoCal installs pool fences throughout San Diego County, CA including:
- Borrego Springs
- Camp Pendleton North
- Camp Pendleton South
- Casa de Oro-Mount Helix
- Chula Vista
- Del Mar
- El Cajon
- Fairbanks Ranch
- Granite Hills
- Harbison Canyon
- Hidden Meadows
- Imperial Beach
- Jacumba Hot Springs
- La Mesa
- La Presa
- Lake San Marcos
- Lemon Grove
- Mount Laguna
- National City
- Pine Valley
- Rancho San Diego
- Rancho Santa Fe
- San Diego
- San Marcos
- Solana Beach
- Spring Valley
- Valley Center
- Winter Gardens
CALL OR TEXT (619) 922-9845 TODAY TO GET A FREE POOL FENCE ESTIMATE!
About San Diego
According to a 2019 estimate, San Diego is home to about 1.3 million people. The weather in San Diego rarely gets below 50 degrees, and in the summer it can climb to up to 100 degrees. Popular tourist attractions include Balboa Park, the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld San Diego, and Coronado Island.
Pool Safety Resources for California Residents
To answer more questions for the California State pool safety rules and regulations, please contact us and check out these resources:
- California Department of Health Pool Guidelines
- CDC Pool Drowning Statistics
- California Pool Safety Act
- California Pool and Spa Association