Welcome to Life Saver Pool Safety Fence & Solutions!

Thank you for taking the first step in learning about how we can help you ensure the safety of your babies, children, and even pets----while still enjoying your pool!

What is a Life Saver Pool Fence? It is a removable mesh pool fence designed specifically to provide a protective barrier around residential swimming pools to protect toddlers and children.

See a video of Life Saver Pool Fence in action!

 

In addition to providing a strong, secure barrier between your child and your pool, with 96% visibility through our nearly transparent mesh, you can retain the beauty of your pool and landscaping while still providing an effective layer of protection.

In business since 1988, this pool fencing has proven time and again to be the safest and most convenient layer of protection against the dangers your swimming pool can pose to children, grandchildren, seniors, neighboring kids, and even pets.

A question clients often ask is, Can a Life Saver Fence be used as a perimeter fence? (A perimeter fence is one that surrounds you entire yard, not just your pool). According to the North Carolina Pool Code, Appendix G, a mesh safety fence cannot be used as a perimeter fence. It is strictly for an extra layer of protection for your family.

Watch this video to see what a Life Saver pool fence is like.

Throughout the Triangle region of North Carolina and beyond, we provide for your child's safety and your peace of mind with the most trusted name in pool fencing: Life Saver Pool Fence.

We encourage you to explore our site, visit our photo gallery, and contact us for more information! We will gladly come to your home and show you samples of our safety fencing and provide you with several examples of how we can provide you with peace of mind!

Frank Verni, owner/operator
Frank Verni, Owner/Operator of Life Saver Pool Safety is a factory trained and authorized dealer-installer for Life Saver Pool Fence, serving the Triangle region of North Carolina.

 

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