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Keeping Pools Safe

Miami: (305) 833-2074
Broward / Palm Beach: (954) 605-5454

South Florida's Premier
Pool Safety Net Company!

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Pool Safety Nets

Pool Safety Nets are just another amazing, effective barrier to pool entry and at the same time allows you to enjoy the views of your pool. The nets have openings of about 3.5 inches, enough to prevent a child’s head from going through. The nets are low profile, merely inches above the water, and are often colored blue to match the color of the water which makes it nearly unnoticeable. They are fairly easy to remove and put back on, and still give you the peace of mind knowing that you are keeping your family safe.

Pool Guard who has been in the pool safety business for over twenty years makes the nation’s safest net. While other manufacturers simply attach pool nets right to the anchors on the deck, Pool Guard nets use a sailor’s rope which it attaches to the parameter of the net and then to the deck. Instead of using the industry popular plastic shackles, Florida Pool Fences’s Pool Guard Nets use stainless steel shackles found on sailboats in order to ensure you children and family members remain safe. Each pool safety net has been independently tested to meet and exceed Florida pool barrier codes and has been certified by the American Society for Testing and Materials Standards (ASTM).

The process to obtain a Florida Pool Fence Pool Guard net is simple. Like our other barriers, it all starts with a phone call. Let us know and we will be there promptly to measure your pool, design a net, and give you a free estimate. From Palm Beach county, including: Juno Beach, Tequesta and Jupiter to Broward County including: Weston, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and Pembroke Pines to Miami-Dade county including: Miami, South Miami, Aventura and Coral Gables through Monroe county to Key West, Florida Pool Fences will be there to keep your family safe!

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Some of Our Installed Pool Nets

Knowledge Base: Pool Safety Nets

Florida Pool Fences provides its customers with answer to questions that they may have. If you don’t see the answer to a question below, please feel free to contact us and we will get back to you as soon as we can.


The Pool Guard safety nets are made entirely with 3.5 inch  nylon mesh with built-in UV stabilized inhibitors that help to maximize each net and cover’s ability to resist fading, deterioration, and shrinkage.

Pool Guard pool safety nets are ASTM certified and come with an ASTM certificate. The nets are tested to support up to 485 lbs and exceed all safety barrier requirements for the state of Florida building codes.

Yes, children’s limbs can fit through the openings, however, the net will keep the child above the water.

Installation Questions

We drill a  1 3/4 inch deep hole with a 3/4 inch drill bit.

Pool Guard Safety Net uses a flush mounted anchor that is virtually invisible should the net be removed. These anchors remain so re-installation is easily accomplished.

Generally 1 1/2 to 2 inches.  When the net is being attached to a circle or arch often the anchors will be located closer to each other.


Approximately 4 to 5 hours. Only a certified, authorized Pool Guard installer is permitted to install the net. Pool Guard does not use outside contractors.

Approximately 4 to 7 business days. All nets are custom sized based on the measurements of the pool.

Nets can be removed in about 5 to 6 minutes and then can be reinstalled in about 7 to 8 minutes.


Yes, the central tightening system (CTS) allows for easy removal and reinstallation by one person.

In order to not spill onto the net, you can use a funnel to add your chemicals to the pool – with a small amount of dexterity you should be able to pour chemicals into the pool and measure the chemical balance without removing the net.

Yes, we have the training and have installed nets over fish ponds, rock garden ponds, pits, and other applications that contain water features.

Other Questions

No, either choice is a fine child safety feature.

Yes, the net is designed to allow your pool vacuum to run underneath.

Pool Guard Safety Nets do not restrict your view and allow you to see your pool area, as to not interfere with your rock design or waterfall. The pool net will accommodate difficult pool designs. Pool Nets can be installed regardless of:

  • ponds
  • fish ponds
  • rock gardens
  • pools with waterfalls
  • negative edge pools
  • and much more