If you are considering installing a Frameless Pool Fence, it is important to know the regulations governing them.

Depending on where you live, there may be specific regulations regarding the type of glass used and how it is installed. It is also important to note that if you are installing a glass pool fence in an area prone to earthquakes or hurricanes, it must be able to withstand these forces without shattering.

A Registered Building Practitioner (RBP) must be engaged to assist with design and construction requirements if required by your local council at any stage during construction or installation, such as installing a frameless pool or spa fence.

Maintenance for Glass Pool Fencing

Glass pool fencing is a great way to increase the safety of your Frameless Pool Fence. Glass pool fencing can be easily cleaned, and there are many different styles to choose from. It’s important that you maintain your glass pool fencing in order to get the most enjoyment out of it.

You should clean your glass pool fencing with a soft cloth and warm water, and be sure to rinse it off thoroughly.

If you need to use any cleaning products on your glass pool fence, make sure that they’re safe for use on glass. If you have any doubts about what products are safe for your glass pool fencing, ask the store where you purchased it for advice.

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Standard height of glass Pool Fencing

It is important to note that the standard height of Pool Fencing is 1.2m. This means that when you are measuring for your glass pool fence, it should be at least 1.2m high if you want it to be compliant with Australian standards.

You may have a registered building practitioner being used for glass pool fencing like 1.5m or even higher but these are not compliant with Australian Standards and therefore can’t be used in New South Wales or Victoria as they do not meet minimum height requirements under their Building Codes of Practice.

Always hire a registered building practitioner for Frameless Pool Fence project

A Registered Building Practitioner (RBP) is a person who is registered with the Building Practitioners Board. The RBP must be appointed by the owner of the building.

The RBP must be qualified, meaning that he/she has passed an assessment for that particular task.The RBP must be registered with the Building Practitioners Board. The RBP must also sign a Statement of Compliance to make sure they know what they’re doing.

The RBB is responsible for ensuring that all work carried out on your property complies with Australian Standards, which means that if anything goes wrong and there is an accident, then it’s not your fault.

We hope you have enough information to decide which glass pool fence is right for you. If you have any questions about our services or products, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.