Pool Fence Leader Becomes Invisible: Guardian Pool Fences Disappear Into The Background -- Pool Owners Gain Visibility

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Pool Safety Fences provide the very best pool safety available. But many pool fences obstruct the view, or can look less like an architectural pool design element, and more like a safety fence. Guardian Pool Fence Systems, Inc. created the "Vanishing Fence" to ensure safety comes with an unobstructed view of the pool it's protecting.

Pool Safety Fences in any color. Pool fences that almost vanish once installed. The challenge facing pool owners today is safety barriers that detract from the elegance and beauty of the surrounding environment. New technologies such as color-matched tear-resistant nylon mesh fencing and double-coated marine-grade support systems provide visually pleasing pool safety fence systems that seamlessly blend into most environments. New and even patented designs complement varied landscaping themes and the architectural needs of modern and classic homes.

By using a transparent interlocking mesh fabric, these fences are able to act as an effective safety barrier around the pool without interrupting the view. The support components of the fence, such as their reinforced marine grade aluminum poles, and patented self-closing gates, are available in the most popular designer colors that harmonize with the surrounding architectural and landscape elements. One company, Guardian pool Fence Systems, Inc. of Van Nuys, California provides solutions in colors that include silver, black, green, brown, gray, or beige.

"While safety is our main concern, we also wanted to be able to provide a system that was aesthetically pleasing and would blend easily into any environment," comments Steve Sadinsky, President of the company. "There is no need to sacrifice beauty in order to provide for pool safety. We designed a fence system that would almost visually disappear, yet handle the toughest of environments. That's our Vanishing Fence."

As a result of their efforts, the company has developed and patented a sophisticated and elegant pool safety fence system that integrates seamlessly into the background so that the spotlight remains on the pool and surrounding landscape, rather then on the fence itself.

Other companies provide steel and iron fencing, as well as wood and reinforced plastics. These solutions meet specific installation and design challenges, and can be custom-designed and built on site.

The solutions provided by Guardian since 1992 have the cost benefit of mass-production with the customization (also known as "mass-customization") that produces a perfectly integrated and custom fit solution. The end result is a substantial aesthetic addition to the final pool, pond or spa installation, with better architectural design and a less obtrusive profile, that goes up quickly.

The growing demand for pool safety products to deter and reduce the chance for drowning has caused a marked spike in the need for qualified installers throughout the nation. Guardian has addressed this through a dealer support and training program. Interested parties can visit the web site at Guardian Pool Fence Systems Dealer Program.

Guardian Pool Fence System, Inc. can be reached at Guardian Pool Fence Contact Page or by calling 818-767-SAFE. Specs for Guardian Pool Fences can be found here.

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