NSW has implemented strict Brushwood Pool Fencing Requirements to protect youngsters near swimming pools. Having a brush fence around your property is an excellent idea since it is Pool Compliant. Pool owners are required by law to maintain a “non-climbable zone” surrounding their pools to prevent youngsters from climbing over the fence and into the pool area. From the top of the pool fence, an arc is drawn to the ground, and this is the area to be measured. A 30cm extension of the pool area is also included.
If you want to add visual interest to your pool, you can’t beat a natural backdrop like a tree stump or a natural stone wall. As a result of this, Brushwood Pool Fencing also acts as a wind barrier. Pool barriers and gates should be at least 4 feet tall and cover the whole perimeter of a swimming pool, according to the Australian Consumer Product Safety Commission’s requirements. With a privacy fence or other barrier on the other side, a home might serve as one ‘side’ of the pool barrier.
To provide extra privacy, noise reduction, or wind protection, it is recommended that you install a Brushwood Pool Fencing around your swimming pool perimeter. A pool surrounded by a paling or metal fence loses a great deal of its appeal and aesthetic attractiveness as a result of the natural background it provides. The result of this is that it also serves as a wind barrier. Privacy and security may also be gained from brushwood’s natural qualities. These fences have a lifetime of 25-40 years, making them exceptionally long-lasting. They may not be as long-lasting as concrete or brick, but they outlast other types of fences, such as organic, steel, or timber.
Safety for children:
All swimming pools are now required to have a childproof fence as well as a security gate. Swimming pool walls in your area are likely to be controlled by municipal regulations, so be sure to check with your local government for further information. It is possible for us to quickly modify our Brushwood Pool Fencing to meet the requirements of the local council for pool fencing.
Brushwood pool fencing may also be used to hide services such as a swimming pool pump or a pool shed, as well as the area around the pool. It’s important to remember that a hand-packed brush fence may be used on sloping sites and can be tapered around obstacles such as tree trunks and swimming pool equipment, making it a versatile choice.
Brushwood pool fencing contributes to a more peaceful environment. Due to the way brushwood is constructed, which consists of layers of natural material packed closely together, it has exceptional noise absorption properties. In the same way, as solid surfaces muffle and retain sound, this natural material will muffle and keep sound rather than bouncing about and sometimes conducting it.