Pool Safety Codes
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Pool Safety Codes
Pool Fences provide peace of mind and keep children safe! Pool Fences can be constructed from wood, decorative metal, chain link, and a myriad of other fence construction materials. Pool Fences can be constructed from wood, decorative metal, chain link, and a myriad of other fence construction materials. The codes that apply to pool fencing vary due to different required heights and materials depending on where in the area you reside. For example: The spaces between vertical members must be less than 4" on fences 5' or taller. The allowable spacing for a 4' tall fence is only 1-3/4" wide. Horizontal members must be 45" apart so as to not provide a foothold for children to climb over. Chain link fences for pool applications use a smaller mesh size which is 1-1/4".
Pool Fence codes here in GA can be tricky. Codes affecting your pool fence vary from county to county and city to city. The purpose of a pool fence is to save lives and know that your pool must be surrounded by an approved barrier. Trust the professionals at Apex Fence Company to understand and be able to guide you towards the best pool fence for your application.
Pool Fence Permits
Pool Fence Permits in the Metro Atlanta area. Most areas do not require a permit to erect a fence. The local cities that DO require a permit are:
- The City of Atlanta
- Sandy Springs
- Johns Creek
The process is not difficult and Apex Fence Company will guide you through the process and provide you with the necessary paperwork from our company so the process is as painless as possible.
We offer additional support to City of Atlanta residents by offering the services of our permit expediter for a small fee plus permit fees.