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Why book pool fence installation near you through Airtasker?

At best, having inadequate pool fence installation is a violation of the law. At worst, it can mean the death of a child or pet. Clearly, it’s not worth the risk.

Each state in Australia has its own requirements for pool fences, but these are factors that are in place for very good reasons. Trying to install a fence yourself may seem like a money saver, but it’s all too easy to miss something that a professional would know about. Hiring someone for pool installation is money well spent.

When you post a job on Airtasker for pool fence installation, you can check out the people who apply. You’re free to hold conversations with them before allocating a job to make sure they meet your needs, and you can also read reviews of previous jobs and browse any pictures they’ve uploaded.

Work with insured professionals

If you hire a fencing professional through Airtasker, they’ll be covered for up to $10 million by our third-party liability policy.

Find reliable pool fence experts

A pool fence is vital for safety, so you want to know the person installing it can be trusted. By browsing their Airtasker profile, you can see reviews of previous jobs to check what their work is like.

Set your own budget

When you’re installing a new pool fence, there’s only so much you can spend. On Airtasker, you set the price so you never have to go above what you can afford.

Start work quickly

With Airtasker, you’ll start receiving responses as soon as your ad is live. That way, you can start speaking with professionals and beginning work on your new pool fence.

Top Pool Fence Installation related questions

What are the legal requirements for pool fencing in Australia?

Legal requirements for pool fencing change from state to state, but there are some similarities across the country. All pool fencing must be at least 120cm high, have a gap no bigger than 10cm at the bottom, the gate must self-close (and open outwards) and the latching device for the gate must be at least 150cm off the ground.

Do I need a building permit for a pool fence?

Yes, you need to get a permit to build a new pool fence. Many contractors can help you with this documentation, but make sure you speak to them about this beforehand so there's no confusion.

Can my pool fence be made of glass?

Yes. Glass is a common material for pool fences and barriers. Obviously, it needs to be of a certain strength to be effective, so make sure your materials have been approved by an appropriate body, such as the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA).

What surfaces can pool fencing be attached to?

Pool fencing can be attached to almost any surface or material, including decks and tiles. If you want to build a fence on grass, you simply need to dig holes to put concrete in and use that as your base.

How much maintenance does pool fencing need?

Once installed, pool fencing needs little maintenance. It's a good idea to keep it clean and free from cobwebs and you'll occasionally want to test it to make sure it's still secure.

How much does it cost to install pool fencing?

The average cost of pool fence installation on Airtasker is $240, however this can range from $118 to $482 depending on the size of the job.

What do pool fence installers do?

When you hire someone to install your pool fence, you’re asking them to do more than just erect the fence. If you’ve arranged materials, they’ll check that they’re suitable, but often they’re willing to include materials in their job role. 

A fence fitter will also make sure that the foundations of the pool fence are secure, that all height measurements are accurate and that all state legislation is followed. 

Once you have your new fence installed, whether it’s glass pool fencing or the more traditional metal kind, you may need some other services to help with your pool. 

Pool cleaning

Having a pool is a huge luxury and an enviable addition to any Australian home, but unfortunately it comes with a lot of upkeep. Hiring a pool cleaner can take that workload off your shoulders, with someone else responsible for scooping leaves off the surface, cleaning the filter and making sure the chlorine or salt levels are suitable. 

Pool pump repair

Like any other investment, things can go wrong with your swimming pool. If you notice that your filter system isn’t working properly, you can easily hire someone to repair your pump. They’ll review your system, bring the appropriate part, clean any pipes that need attention and remove any broken items. 

Pool repair

As well as your pump, there might be times when other things go wrong with your pool. Pool repair experts can help with many different problems, from fixing pool lights to repairing cracks. Whatever your issue, Airtasker can help get you back to doing laps in no time. 

Pool gate repair

Because of the legal and safety issues of having a fully functioning pool gate, which means it must lock and swing closed by itself, organising pool gate repair is a priority that you should see to immediately. Whether it’s the lock or the hinges or the posts that need fixing, you’ll find someone on Airtasker to help.