As summer warms up, you might be cooling down with a daily dip in your pool.
But if you have kids or pets, an unsecured pool in your backyard could be an accident–or worse–waiting to happen.
One of the most effective ways to prevent drownings is to secure your pool with a perimeter fence. As the name suggests, a perimeter fence loops around your pool and includes a locking gate to keep kiddos and pets safe.
The best perimeter fences combine security with style, and don’t block the scenic view in your backyard. Here are a few ways to top off your pool area this summer:
Contemporary design with a splash of green
Going for a modern look? Pair this sleek, contemporary iron fence with desert landscaping for a pop of lush green against dramatic black. Stone planters finish off the look for a clean, polished poolside retreat.
Open flow with stone accents
Secure your pool without blocking the view with a classic iron fence that shows off your greenery and keeps kiddos safe.
For extra flair, add a cobblestone path leading up to the gate….
…or a set of steps to create visual variety in your backyard landscaping.
And because simple fences like these won’t compete with the scenery, you can add decorative accents like shrubs to finish off the look.
The result? A private, lush hideaway perfect for long summer days.
Offset backyard areas with fencing accents
If your backyard is large and sprawling, you can use pool fencing to cordon off different areas.
Just installed a covered patio? Top it off with stairs and a gate leading to your pool…
…and use a fence to keep the pool separate from your home for extra security.
With almost thirty years of expertise, Northwest Fence and Iron is Central Texas’ premiere fencing company. Reach out here for a custom quote!