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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Baby Guard install any entrances to the pool?

Each Baby Guard fence is made with two separate entryways into the pool, and more can be added if the customer wishes. Baby Guard also offers various gate types, such as self closing gates or lockable gates, making your pool even more safe.

How much maintenance is required?

With the use of our patented Baby Guard Pool Fence meshes and poles, little maintenance is needed. As a Baby Guard Pool Fence owner, All that is recommended is that you wash a pool fence with a hose and mild detergent whenever necessary. We also recommend spraying the fence locks with WD-40 once a month, and inspecting your pool fence for any damage that may occur from harsh weather.

Does weather have any effect on the fence?

While every Baby Guard Pool Fence is made to withstand typical weather conditions, harsher conditions such as hurricanes or tornados, will not be covered in the warranty.

How much does the warranty cover?

Baby Guard’s manufacturer warranty covers the cost of all materials used during installation, as well as the installation itself, should they be found to be faulty or done improperly.

How fast can a Baby Guard Pool Fence be put away?

While our fences do vary in size, it takes an average of 15 minutes or less to roll up and store away a Baby Guard Pool Fence.

How long does installation typically take?

While the size of our fence can affect installation time, on average it takes 2-4 hours for the fence to be installed.

Who will be installing the pool fence?

Our pool fences are only installed by a certified independent Baby Guard installer.

How long has Baby Guard been in business?

Baby Guard’s owner has been working in pool safety since 1995 and is one of the largest international pool safety fence providers.

If you have anymore questions that were not answered in this section, feel free to call us at (561) 333 1979

Pool Related Myths

"Is drowning a real problem?"

Yes. Drowning is the number one cause of unintentional death for children aged 1-4 within the United States. Residential Pools are 14 times more likely to cause death than an automobile.

"Children drown more in open water than swimming pools"

False. 50% of all drowning related deaths are in residential pools. Natural bodies of water and public pools account for 19% each.

"Pools don't need gate locks"

False. 72% of child drownings were situations in which the child had direct access to the pool.

"My child can swim, so I don't need a pool fence"

False. Drowning is still very likely to occur with unsupervised children whether they can swim or not.

"Supervision is enough to prevent drowning"

False. It is recommended by many safety expert to have “layers” of protection, such as a pool fence with a self-closing, self-latching lock, as well as adult supervision.

"Do pool fences really make pools safe?"

In some studies, it was found that decently made pool fencing reduced drowning rates by 80%.

If you have anymore questions that were not answered in this section, feel free to call us at (561) 333 1979