Pool Fences

Pool Fences

Define your pool. Define your style.

Comply with codes and make your yard look great. Pool fence requirements are often based on code by BOCA, which states that they must be at least 48” high, but regulations depend on your location. A secure latch may be part of the requirements, and additional restrictions may be dictated by your HOA.

While pool fences keep kids and pets safe and fulfill regulations, they are more than just a necessity. You can also use them to add style to your yard and define the area surrounding your pool.

Pool Fences

Choose your pool fence material

Jan Fence sells pool fences in a variety of materials, and each could be perfect depending on your needs. Click to see our pool code compliant choices in aluminum, vinyl, wood, and chainlink.


Aluminum is the most popular material for pool fencing. It’s waterproof, weather resistant, and secure.


Like aluminum fences, PVC or vinyl fences are often used for pools because they’re waterproof and weather resistant without maintenance.


Wood does require more maintenance than other pool fence options, especially regular sealing to waterproof the wood and protect it from splashes of pool water. Still, it may be the right choice if you want the natural look of a wood fence.

Chain link

Chain link, possibly the most economical fence type, is a sturdy choice for pool fence security. It is available galvanized and in multiple colors.

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