Ornamental Aluminum Fences - Black Staggered

Pool fencing not only looks great, but it is also a legal requirement in many places. Are you wondering what kind of fencing material is best for pools? The answer is aluminum. It’s durable, water resistant, and cost effective. Learn more about aluminum pool fences below:
 
Appearance

Aluminum fences come in a variety of styles that welcome swimmers to the pool. Black is the most popular choice for aluminum pool fencing, but there are a wide variety of other colors to choose from. The colored finish on aluminum fences not only gives it extra style, but also protects it from rust. Aluminum fences are also available in variety of sizes to meet your preferences and local pool safety codes.
 
Minimal Maintenance
Taking care of a pool is a big job in itself, and aluminum fences are popular with pool owners because they give them one less thing to maintain. Aluminum fences require virtually no maintenance and retain their great appearance for many years.

Moisture Resistance
Moisture is always present around pool areas, but is no problem for aluminum fences with a water-resistant coating. They won’t rust or rot like other forms of fencing and are able to handle the regular forces of nature year-round.

Value
Aluminum pool fences are usually less expensive than other fencing options, but are still extremely durable. This makes them a good buy for the cost-conscious consumer. They’re also built to last, relieving homeowner’s worries about the costs of future replacements.

Convenience
Aluminum is extremely light weight and easy to forge, making it easier to install around a pool. Because it’s easy to work with, transport, and mold into different shapes, fence contractors and pool owners alike find aluminum to be the perfect material for pool fencing.

Hire the experts at Paramount Fence to install your new aluminum pool fence. We provide both residential and commercial services, and work with a variety of fencing materials, including wood, aluminum, vinyl, and cedar. Give us a call at (630) 406-8410 for more information.