Beautiful Glass Pool Fences…
Will make your Northern Beaches home stand out from the rest!
Built to Last
What better way to enjoy the Australian great outdoors…
…than with a pool in your backyard?
However with a pool comes the responsibility of keeping those who use it safe.
A pool fence is an important safety requirement for any pool owner. And has been proved over the years to save lives and greatly enhance the enjoyment of your pool. But safety doesn’t mean you have to compromise on the look and style of your backyard.
Long gone are the days where you needed to have an ugly pool fence in your backyard. After all, you’ve spent a lot of money to put a beautiful pool in your backyard, and no doubt also on some beautiful landscaping – you want to make sure you compliment it with beautiful glass pool fences.
Most people today are opting for semi-frameless glass pool fences, or frameless glass pool fences. They are so elegant and blend in with the natural surroundings that you will hardly notice that it is there.
There are so many benefits of glass pool fences in comparison to traditional pool fencing:
And because all of our glass pool fences are made from tempered glass, it’s designed to survive even the toughest impacts.
Regardless, even if your glass pool fence does continue all the way down to the ground, it’s extremely easy to clean and you won’t have to worry about mould as it just wipes clean.
Get the hose on it and give it a squeegee and you’re good to go!
When it comes to glass pool fences you typically have two options:
1. Semi-Frameless Glass Pool Fences
Semi-Frameless Pool Fences are by far the most popular pool fence for residents on the Northern Beaches. They are made of tempered glass panels that are connected by aluminium posts and provide an elegant look to any pool area.
2. Frameless Glass Pool Fences
Frameless Pool Fences are the ultimate choice if you want to add a visually stunning solution with uninterrupted views of your pool, or landscape.
They have no posts or frames so you get a clear view of your pool and the surrounding areas and are attached via spigots at the base of the glass. They can be fixed to most surfaces including concrete, brick walls, brick paving, or installed directly into your timber decking.