Does The Glass Pool Fence Comply With Australian Standards?
All of our styles of pool fence have been designed so when installed correctly they will comply with Australian standards for Pool Fencing.
Local Councils follow the Australian Standards 1926.1 (1993) and all of our installations will meet this standard..
The standard height requirement is 1200mm. Our fences have a finished height of approximately 1250mm. In some circumstances you may need to have a greater height to conform to Australian standards. We can advise on this once we have been to site. Also you can always check with your local council.
The glass is Clear Toughened Safety Glass. The glass is made to Australian Standards AS/NZ 2208. It is very strong and impact resistant. If, in the highly unlikely instance a piece of the glass does break, it will do so, into many small and therefore less harmful pieces.
The gate exceeds the Australian Standard. Our Pool Safety Latch is positioned in such a way that it is extremely hard for young children to gain access to your pool.
The fence will come with full installation instructions. With basic tools and a little handyman experience you will be able to easily install our fence. For those who are scared by the mere mention of the word instructions, we do also offer a professional installation service in most Perth suburbs, we are based in the Joondalup / Wanneroo area but are happy to work from Yanchep to Kalamunda to Mandurah and everywhere in between.
You will receive – all Posts or Spigots, Toughened Glass Fence Panels, Toughened Glass Gate, Hinges and hardware, Magnetic Pool Safety Latch, Glazing Rubber or D Brackets depending on style, Post Caps and Post Dress Rings. We will also email installation instructions. You can also hire the tools that we use for installation to save yourself reinventing the wheel.
Our standard gate for frameless is 800, 850 or 900mm wide in 12mm glass. For semi frameless the gate is 800 with an opening of 825mm wide. A standard door opening in a house is 820mm.
Powder Coating is one of the most durable exterior finishes available. It is used on many metal and aluminium items which are exposed to the weather. Powder coating is the best way to insure durability, weather resistance and colour retention. The finish is applied as a powder, electrostatically and baked in an oven. In effect, the outside layer of the Aluminium post fuses with the melted powder forming a hard, weather-resistant finish. If the coating is damaged, you can simply touch it up with a spray pack.
Our standard colour is Precious Silver Pearl, however for a small additional cost you may choose almost any colour.
Yes. The posts will require special bases attached to them to facilitate attachment to the timber decking. This however is less recommended as timber is not as reliable as concrete as a base for your fence. In many cases you can forma concrete footing under the deck to allow standard core drilling and grout fixing.
Yes. Holes need to be core drilled through the tile and concrete. The posts are then fastened into these using a special high strength cement based grout.
Yes, put in concrete pads and then install as per tile & concrete. We always recommend a solid base under the length of the fence due to the Australian standard for pool fencing you wouldn’t want a pet to be able to dig under the fence.
Depending on your location and fence requirements, you can expect delivery of your DIY pool fence from 2 to 7 working days from when the order is placed. 10 working days is our normal delivery time. For Installation this varies but is mostly around 10 to 20 working days wait. If we get enough notice we can usually come in within a day of your required timing.
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