To prevent accidental drownings and pool-related injuries, California established a formal Pool Safety Law in 1996. The California pool fence law was updated in 2006 and again in 2018. Today, pool fencing requirements in California require that all pools must contain at least two from a list of California-approved safety measures:
Pools provide enjoyment and exercise for children and adults alike — but they also introduce risks. Whether you’re looking to protect a commercial pool, install a fence around a pool pump or simply enhance safety at home, Sanger Fence has the expertise to get the job done right.
California guidelines for pool fencing include any pool that contains more than 18 inches of water — including small, large, portable, in-ground or inflatable pools. Even if it seems like overkill, California law mandates that property owners maintain a barrier between their pool and the rest of the property.
The above list is not comprehensive. At Sanger Fence, we are already familiar with the requirements of California law — and we can help you design and build a solution that will keep your pool and people that use it safe. Contact us today.
Even with the above list of requirements in mind, pool owners have a variety of options to consider when installing a pool safety fence — removable or detachable pool fences, baby fences for pools, safety nets for swimming pools, etc. Different solutions work better in certain circumstances, and can help pool owners achieve a pleasing aesthetic. With years of experience and a helpful, knowledgeable staff, we can help you design a pool fence that meets your needs.