Invisible Mesh Fencing Provides Pool Safety with Uninterrupted Views

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Pool safety fences can afford aesthetic elegance as well as safety due to an exclusive transparent mesh fabric available in the most popular exterior colors and is often referred to as Â?The Vanishing FenceÂ?.

Creating a safe pool environment without obstructing precious scenery can be a challenge, but not to the manufacturers of Guardian Pool Fence Systems. With this in mind, they have come up with some innovative ways to solve even the most acute aesthetic dilemmas with the use of an exclusive transparent mesh fabric especially designed to provide an almost invisible barrier around the pool that keeps the focus on the more pleasing elements of a backyard or spa rather then on the fence itself.

With a variety of the most architecturally popular colors to choose from, this safety pool fence can be seamlessly integrated into most environments with style. Back in 2004, their brown mesh, poles, and border became their most popular seller as it blends easily with the earth tones commonly seen in patio furniture and new pool construction, ranking in at number one in national sales.    

"While safety was our first concern, we also wanted our fence to be visually noninvasive so that the beauty and view of the surrounding landscape was not sacrificed in any way," comments Steve Sadinsky, President of Guardian Pool Fence Systems. "If we can provide an attractive solution that is also an effective barrier, then we have made our mark by saving lives, and that's why I got in this business in the first place."

Since 1992 the company has been developing and manufacturing patented safety fences for pools, spas, ponds and other water effects. By creating a nearly transparent fence system, the company has become a nationwide leader, and is now developing the European market as well.

Guardian Pool Fence System, Inc. can be reached at or by calling 818-767-SAFE.

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