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Install Aluminium Pool Fencing To Keep Your Family Safe

When it comes to installing the fence around your pool, you want to ensure the fence you choose will be safe enough to protect your loved ones and friends, that it fits in with aesthetic of your garden, and that it will last for a long time.

By installing aluminium pool fencing from Darwin Fibreglass Pools & Spas, you will be choosing the best product to meet all of your requirements.

The benefits of using aluminium for pool fencing

Weighing in at around a third of the weight of steel, aluminium is an extremely lightweight yet strong material. Like steel, it can be formed, cast and machined to create a huge variety of products for innumerable applications.

Aluminium generates a naturally forming protective oxide coating that is highly resistant to corrosion. Once the aluminium has been treated with powder-coating or lacquering, its protective properties are further improved.

When you call Darwin Fibreglass Pools & Spas to install your aluminium pool fencing, you’re getting a team that specialises in the installation of aluminium flat top, powder-coated fences.

What is powder-coating and why use it?

Powder-coating is a dry finish process that involves a polymer resin material that is mixed with other ingredients to form the powder. An electrostatic charge is applied when the powder is sprayed on to the aluminium. Once treated, the powder-coated aluminium is heated in a curing oven to harden.

Powder coating provides aluminium with an anti-corrosion barrier and produces a high-quality finish that is stronger and more durable than a liquid paint finish. Powder-coated aluminium is more resistant to impact damage, scratches, chipping and abrasions, as well as adding higher resistance to sun fading and chemicals.

Powder-coated aluminium pool fencing

Cost-effectiveness and low maintenance, combined with the benefits of powder-coating on a lightweight metallic structure, builds a very convincing argument for aluminium fencing. With barely any call for maintenance, it’ll continue to be an easy and integral part of your garden and pool that will provide with you with years of safety and security.

Maintaining your aluminium pool fencing

To keep your aluminium fence in shape and looking good, all you really need to do is wash it down every 3 to 6 months with a mild detergent and warm water. This will clean off contaminants and keep your powder coated fence in optimum condition.

What do I do next?

Simply pick up the phone and talk to us at the Darwin Fibreglass Pools & Spas on (08) 8947 1192 or send us an email at info@dfgpools.com.au

We will talk you through the options available to you for aluminium pool fencing and the other services and products we offer. Alternatively, come in and see us. We are located at 106 Winnellie Road, Winnellie, NT 0821.

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