Pool Fencing

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As a New Zealand owned business, we know how much Kiwi's enjoy having a splash in the summer sun. However, we also know how important it is to make sure these pool areas are safe and secure.

Our fence systems can be custom designed to fit the shape of your pool or property .

Our wide range of fence designs and colours allow us to create stunning pool environments that enhance the look of your home, whilst also giving you peace of mind knowing your family will be safe.

Our pool fencing comes with peace of mind due to the safety features, along with a stunning looking fence in your choice of style.

Click here to read about our pool fencing design, finish and colour options.

Your Responsibility & the Law

You are required by the Swimming Pools Act 1987 and the New Zealand Building Code, to fence your pool and the surrounding area to meet the requirements of your local council.

  • It is your responsibility as a pool owner to register this with your local council
  • You are responsible as a pool owner to see that you have complied with the Swimming Pools Act 1987
  • You cannot fill your pool until you have approval from your council

Any questions on the law, contact your local council.


Fencing that complies with the Fencing of Swimming Pools Act 1987 is a critically important part of having a safe home environment for children.

You can cut the risks even further by:

  • always supervising children in or near a pool;
  • maintaining the fence and gate in a good condition;
  • setting rules of behaviour around the pool and teaching your child about water safety and swim and survival skills;
  • learn first aid and resuscitation;
  • always make sure tha gate to the pool is safely shut;
  • NEVER prop open the pool gate;
  • clear away toys and floatation aids from the pool when not in use.

It is your responsibility to check with the local council and get your pool fencing approved.