Pool Fences

Here at Otago Frameless Glass, we ease the burden of selecting which pool fence and gate is right for you, with all our glass pool fence systems and installation methods complying with the requirements set out by the Building Act.

Why Us?

Under the 2004 Building act, all residential pools; portable or fixed, preexisting or new, are now subject to new requirements. The swimming pools act contains several requirements for your pool fence or safety barrier but, in general, they must be at least 1.2m high and enclose the immediate pool area, accompanied by a pool gate with the latch at least 1.5m above ground level and featuring self closing hinges.

A frameless glass pool fence is the perfect fencing solution, the very nature of frameless glass providing unobstructed view of the mountains and surrounding landscape, while complying with all requirement to attain building consent, but most importantly keep those dearest to you safe.Our toughened safety glass lets you open up your pool area, whilst providing a secure barrier or fence around your swimming pool. Pool surrounds will typically be base fixed, and stub posts can also provide extra water drain off around the pool.

Disc Anchor

A point fixed system uses stainless steel pins bolted through pre cut holes in the frameless glass panels.

Through the glass being extended below decking or ground level, the illusion of floating glass pains is created. Safety and privacy without compromising of view.

Fixings come in round disc or square profiles with polished or satin finishes.

Continuous Channel

Channel systems provide a clean, sleek continuous design for pool fence or balustrade. Meeting their function perfectly while blending in with their surroundings. Face fix, top mount or recessed options available.

A key feature of this system is its tilt-lock capabilities, the rotating pressure plate system allowing for a 30mm tilt/ lock adjustment.

Aluminum Post

A short Mini posts are sleek, smart and unobtrusive. They keep a ‘frameless’ glass appearance and can be face fixed or down fixed.

Through the glass being extended below decking or ground level, the illusion of floating glass pains is created. Safety and privacy without compromising of view.

Fixings come in round disc or square profiles with polished or satin finishes.