Many pool owners in Arizona might wonder whether they are legally required to enclose their pool areas with fencing and gates. The short answer to this question is “yes.”
The longer answer, however, can be found in state laws governing pool barriers. Specifically, Arizona law stipulates that any below-ground or above-ground pool (including a spa or hot tub) must be enclosed by a wall, fence or other barrier. These barriers must be at least five feet tall and cannot have any openings more than four inches in diameter. In addition, pool areas must be secured by self-closing gates that open outward from the pool and have self-latching mechanisms located at least 54 inches above the ground. Cities and counties within Arizona may have more stringent regulations, so it’s important to check the laws in your area to ensure that your pool barriers are in compliance.
At DCS Pool Barriers, we specialize in designing, manufacturing, and installing custom wrought iron pool fences and gates for residential and commercial properties throughout the greater Phoenix area. With its natural strength and elegant style, we believe that wrought iron is the ideal material for securing pool areas of all types. In creating our wrought iron pool fences and gates, we focus on safety, aesthetics, and long-lasting quality. Our team is well-versed in state and local laws governing pool barriers, and we’ll ensure that your pool area is secured by sturdy, legally compliant, and aesthetically beautiful fences and gates that reflect your unique style.
Is your property in need of new or restored pool barriers? Call us today at 623-825-7700 or visit https://dcspoolbarriers.com/contact-us/ to request a free estimate!