If you are looking for pool privacy fence ideas…
This post is for you.
When it comes to spending time around your backyard swimming pool.
None of us wants to be watched.
And some fences don’t do the best job of keeping prying eyes out.
Whether you’re entertaining on your pool deck.
Or taking a mid-afternoon swim, you’d like privacy and you’d like security.
That’s why we’d like to show you a better way to build a privacy fence
Before you dive into your pool… let’s dive into this post.
And look at some great design options for your pool privacy fence.
What is a Pool Privacy Fence?
A pool privacy fence is a fence that can surround an entire pool area.
It can provide a partition between part of the pool and another area either on or off your property.
Sometimes, the pool privacy fence serves as a house fence.
Or privacy fence that surrounds your entire backyard or patio area with a fence.
Many pool owners feel they need more privacy from their neighbors when enjoying outdoor activities.
A pool fence can serve as a backyard privacy fence.
A pool fence can act as a barrier for your children or pets.
It can also decrease debris that could get into your pool.
Help protect your family and extend your pool filter’s life!
Just like a regular house fence that surrounds your backyard…
Pool privacy fences can come in different materials and price ranges.
Let’s check out some pool privacy fencing options.
Ordinary Pool Privacy Fence Options
One option for a pool privacy fence…
Is a chain link fence.
A chain link fence provides functionality…
However, it is not the most attractive option.
And doesn’t provide much privacy.
Another option is a standard metal pool fence.
Metal pool fences provide great strength…
And can provide a decorative aspect to your backyard.
Metal fences don’t give you any privacy.
If you look at ordinary privacy fence options.
You’ll often be presented with a wood privacy fence.
The problem with many cheap wood privacy fences.
Is that they have big gaps between boards.
And they often warp or lean over time.
It’s time to make your backyard stand out.
Let’s look into some more unique pool privacy fence options…
Unique Pool Privacy Fence Ideas
Here are a few fences built using the Perimtec system.
Build a pool privacy fence in vertical to horizontal orientation.
Perimtec fences can meet your specific fence design requirements.
These fences also work great for above ground pool privacy fences.
Take a look at some of the various fencing options…
Pool privacy fences can incorporate many different types of infill materials.
If you’re getting a beautiful pool or you already have one, your fence should only enhance the look of your backyard…
Not take away from the beauty and serenity of your backyard oasis.
Here are some ideas.
Privacy Fence Ideas for Pool Equipment
When it comes to a beautiful backyard.
A swimming pool pump and filter system can be an eyesore.
Landscaping, enclosures, pool screens, built walls and privacy fences are great options for hiding pool equipment.
Not only can a pool fence serve as a privacy barrier…
It can also serve as an enclosure for your unattractive pool equipment.
The easiest way to hide your pool pump or pool filter…
And protect your pool equipment from rain, snow and winds with a sturdy, durable fence.
How to Build a Pool Privacy Fence
Proper planning is important when building a pool privacy fence..
It can help you save money and ensure your fence is exactly what you want.
A good thing to consider is the height of your fence.
Whether it is 4, 6 or 8 feet, you want to make sure it provides enough privacy.
Many states have guidelines that require self-closing gates for your pool fence.
Make sure to check your state’s rules when building your fence.
Another important decision will be choosing the infill of your fence…
Wood, metal, glass, bamboo or vinyl are a few options.
It is also important to take into account whether the fence is:
- Easy to install
- Easy to maintain
- Durable for all weather conditions
Luckily, we have a DIY privacy fence Kit that can help you out.
Building a fence with our unique U-channel fence frame system.
You are not limited to traditional fencing materials.
We love seeing the fence designs that our clients come up with.
Here are just a few unique material options…
We’ve seen installed with our fence panel kits.
Slatted wood • wood & iron • welded wire • cattle panels • reclaimed wood • corrugated metal • ribbed metal • stone veneer panels • brick veneer panels • bamboo • wrought iron • hardie board • metal screen • wood rails • black slats • white slats • metal sheets • metal panels • perforated metal • etched metal • lattice • wood pallets • barn wood • vinyl • composite • PVC
A Kit to Build a Pool Privacy Fence
We can help you create a fence that provides you with the perfect amount of privacy and beauty.
A patented fence panel kit.
Including a robust U-channel frame between metal fence posts…
Holds fence infill materials securely in place.
Steel side channels attach to each post with self-tapping screws.
While top and bottom channels attach to each side channel with bolts.
This system does not require nails or screws to securely hold your fence infill in place.
Here’s how it works.
The steel channel fence frame can accommodate any rigid infill materials (up to 1-inch thick).
Use your imagination to design a pool fence that matches the aesthetic of your backyard oasis.
This system makes it super easy to build a horizontal fence.
Perimtec fence systems can give you a beautiful fence to accent your beautiful pool.
If you are using wood as your infill material, check out the numerous fence stain options we offer.
We also offer gate kits for direct access to your backyard oasis.
Whether you are building your own pool privacy fence or having a fence contractor install it.
We wish you the best as you plan your pool fence project!
If we can help you in any way, don’t hesitate to contact us.
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