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Pool Fencing Regulations

When thinking about pool fencing it is important to place an emphasis on safety. In 2019 there were 82 recreational (intending to be in the water) and non-recreational (no intention of being in the water) preventable drowning fatalities base on Water Safety New Zealandhttps://drowningreport19.watersafety.org.nz/. A few steps can take  Maintain pool fencing Active adult supervision…
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Regular safety checks of your pool fence and barrier

The Building Act 2004 requires your pool barrier to be inspected at least once every three years by council or an independently qualified pool inspector. How to get an existing pool barrier safety check Pool owners no longer need to book an inspection. You will receive an email or letter from us letting you know the…
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Tips on how to Stiffen a Glass Pool Fence or Balustrade

Tips on how to Stiffen a Glass Pool Fence or Balustrade We often receive calls and emails from home owners looking for ways to stiffen the glass panels on their pool fence or glass balustrade. They have either been left with a wobbly or miss aligned fence by their installer or are just not confident with the rigidity…
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Plan for Your Pool Fencing

Plan for your pool fencing  Have you ever completed a home renovation project  later thought “I wish I had known that before I started”?In order to avoid that awful feeling we have created a list of tips and design ideas to save you headaches and dollars, and help you achieve the most from your pool…
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Swimming pool fence technical FAQs

Swimming pool fence technical FAQs Q: What is counted as a fence or fencing? A fence includes any part of a building and any gate or door that forms part of a fence. Fencing is any barrier used to enclose a pool to restrict or prevent access to the pool. Q: Do portable/inflatable pools need…
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FQA on glass balustrade?  

  FQA on glass balustrade?   Q: What is the difference between a Balustrade and a Fence? A Balustrade is a barrier in any building element intended to prevent a person from falling and to retain, stop or guide a person. A Fence is a barrier for all other situations where there is no fall –…
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FQA on Glass Pool Fence

WHAT IS FRAMELESS GLASS FENCING? Frameless glass pool fencing is constructed using the highest grade tempered glass panels secured vertically with little stainless steel rolls. The remedy is a discreet glass barrier that not only looks fantastic, but is incredibly powerful and safe. Frameless glass pool fencing has noticed a signifiant increase in popularity because…
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New Colour Choices for Glass Fixing

  Powder coating   Frameless glass designs continue to be specified to their uncluttered finish and fantastic views, and fixings are chosen for their minimalistic look. Engineered and tested in New Zealand, Royal Glass fixing provide the identical contemporary, minimalist aesthetic of stainless steel, with the additional plus of a selection of powder coat colours to…
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The Difference Between Clear Glass & Low-Iron Glass

Although clear glass does not have substantially large iron material, it’s greater than low-iron glass. This is a result of the organic existence of iron oxide out of elements like sand, or by the cask or vessel in which the glass was actually melted. Regardless of being a logical procedure, this quality may cause issues.…
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Types of Glass in Construction

1. Float Glass Float glass manufactured from sodium silicate and calcium silicate so, it is also called as soda-lime glass. It is clear and flat, so it causes glare. Thickness of the float glass is available from 2mm to 20mm, and its weight range from 6 to 36 kg/m2. The application of float glass includes…
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