Pool Fence Installations in Springfield, MA

With the hot summers we have here in the Northeast, pools are a necessity.  However, when installing a pool, you need to have a fence. You need to protect your family and anyone else who might be enjoying your pool from drowning in an unsupervised pool.  When you are installing a pool fence, you also need to be aware of the laws and regulations for pool fences.

  • All pools must have locking gates.
  • All pools must be enclosed by a fence or structure of at least four feet of height.
  • All pools must have a lock that is at least four feet of height, to ensure that a small child cannot take or open the lock.

For more information regarding pool and pool fence regulation, please refer to the Massachusetts Appendix on Pool and Spa Regulation.

Why Install A Life Saver Pool Fence

To safely enjoy your pool and quality time with your family, you need to take the necessary precautions.  Swimming lessons and flotation devices are essential.  In addition, a proper pool fence cannot be done without.  A pool fence can be the difference between confronting a child in an unsupervised pool and not having to worry about accidental, unsupervised drownings.

You might worry about a pool fence ruining the aesthetic of your backyard.  But you do not have to worry about that.  At Life Saver Pool Fence Upstate NY, our professionals will help you customize your pool fence so that the mesh fence blends in seamlessly and stylishly with your backyard.  Also, we know that the winters in Springfield, Massachusetts can be even more brutal than the summers.  Our fences can be rolled up or stored away for the winter or, because of how durable our fences are, they can be left out all year long.

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The Best Pool Fence Safety Gates in Springfield, Massachusetts

Life Saver Pool Fence Upstate NY has not only the strongest and most durable pool fences, but also the most stylish. Our pool safety fence gates are available in several models: a square model or in an arched model. Our custom mitered corners are made out of a sleek aluminum that will be a wonderful addition to your backyard.

Tru-Close Hinges

The patented, spring-loaded adjuster within the Tru-Close hinge allows for instant, incremental tension adjustment with a screwdriver. This adjustment feature allows homeowners to address the typical spring fatigue issues normally associated with fixed-tension gate hinges.

These hinges are injection-molded from a special blend of glass-fiber reinforced polymers, which means it will never rust, bend, sag, wear, or stain. The outstanding strength and rust-free performance of a Tru-Close hinge means that you will get double the life expectancy out of this product even in harsh environments.

The Magna Latch

The Life Saver Self-Closing Pool Gates use the most proven safety latch system. Magna-Latch gate latches are safety devices that are magnetically triggered. These devices have revolutionized the safety, reliability and child resistance of swimming pools, childcare and household gates, and have been tested to more than 400,000 cycles.

As the pool baby gate shuts, a magnet draws a latch bolt from one housing into the other, latching it securely. The latch has been designed to meet safety codes, including all codes relating to the swimming pool safety gate.

Exclusive Arched Style Self-Closing Pool Gate

If you are looking to have a more stylish look with your new Life Saver Pool Fence then consider upgrading to our Arched Style Pool Gate.

If you already have a Life Saver Pool Fence installed in your home and would like to give your existing pool fence a new look you can replace that old-style gate with our new Arched Gate and make what’s old look new again.

Call Jon 518-421-4969 now for a FREE pool safety evaluation and estimate or contact us online.

About Springfield, MA

Springfield is a city in the state of Massachusetts and the seat of Hampden County. As of 2010, the city’s population was 153,060.  As of 2019, the estimated population was 153,606, making it the third-largest city in Massachusetts, the fourth-most populous city in New England after Boston, Worcester, and Providence. Springfield is  known for its festivals such as Hoop City Jazz Festival, Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Society Festival and Mattoon Street Arts Festival to name a few. Springfield is also home to five distinct museums at the Quadrangle which includes the Museum of Fine Arts, the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, the Springfield Science Museum, the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum, and lastly, the Museum of Springfield History.


Pool Safety Resources for Massachusetts Residents

For more information regarding pool safety and Massachusetts laws regarding pools, please follow the following links:

  • Laws regarding swimming pools, spas, and hot tubs.
  • CDC Health Benefits of Swimming Pools.
  • CDC on Backyard Pool Safety.
  • Massachusetts statistics for drowning.