How Does The Installation Process Work?
Inland Empire Pool Guard takes pride in our removable mesh barrier installation process, while respecting the flow of your backyard.
Here’s how it works:
- Drilling into your concrete, deck, or pavers is necessary to install and secure the mesh fencing. Don’t worry about the holes, we use the best diamond bit core drills at 1 of 2 spacings - 30” or 36”.
- Each hole is then filled with a polythathan pole sleeve that stands up to the elements like water, sun, salt, and chlorine. Since the pole sleeves remain securely in place at all times, when you choose to remove the poles, there are caps to cover the holes. Not only are the sleeves durable, but they come in 3 colors of your choice; grey, beige and white. When you remove the pole sleeves, you then can cover them with a matching cap.
- Next, the mesh fence sections are placed in the pre-drilled holes. The sections come in multiple sizes to make it quick and easy for you to set-up or take down. Our skilled installers will customize sections to adhere to steep hills, slopes, or for smaller areas. However, sections come in the following sizes:
- Once the fence is securely placed in the holes, the next step is to hook the sections together with the easy yet safe guard hook and latch system. Each latch has a safety lock that can be equipped with a small pad-lock that is guaranteed not to open without a key. This secures the swimming pool area from anyone, adult or child, from entering.
- After locking the fence sections together, the installers perform a tension process to pull tight the aluminum poles and fence for tremendous strength and durability. Tension of the mesh fabric, the inter-locking, and the textoline makes the fence strong and virtually unable to climb.