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Pool fencing is one of the most important aspects of any pool, and it is the first thing that an inspector will check when carrying out a pool safety inspection in Sydney. It keeps your family safe, and it also makes your backyard more beautiful by adding an attractive enclosure to it.

There are two main types of fence material that you can use for this purpose: glass pool fences and aluminium fences.

Glass Pool Fences

One of the biggest advantages of glass pool fences is that they are very safe. They do not corrode, and you can easily see through them at all times. The installation process for this type is also very easy because it only requires two holes to be drilled into your concrete wall or fence posts. These panels require no maintenance whatsoever after their initial installation, so there will be absolutely no work involved in keeping them clean either. Finally, if you want to make your backyard look more attractive by adding plants around the perimeter of your swimming area, a glass pool fence allows you to maintain an unobstructed view from outside while still providing plenty of privacy when needed.

The cons of glass fencing include the relatively high cost of installation, the maintenance costs needed to keep them clean and finally safety issues.

 Aluminium Pool Fences

A great alternative for those who want a higher quality look at an affordable price is aluminium fencing. This type is made from solid metal panels which are usually powder-coated with several colours so they can be installed in any colour scheme you desire. These panels do require some upkeep because their coating wears off over time due to heavy use or exposure to harsh weather conditions, but this problem can easily be remedied by simply repainting it every few years if necessary. The cons of aluminium fencing include the fact that it is not very attractive and the posts are quite sturdy which means you can't move or relocate them easily 

Whichever type you prefer, a pool fence is an absolute necessity if you have a pool at home, and if you don’t have one it means that you could be fined and a certificate of conformity not issued to you following a pool inspection in Sydney.

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