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Thread: Baby Pool Fence: Life Saver vs Pool Guard

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    Baby Pool Fence: Life Saver vs Pool Guard

    We are in the process of getting bids for baby gates around our pool. We narrowed down the two products to Life Saver and Pool Guard. Life Saver has solid poles and quad stitching versus Pool Guard's quad poles and double stitching.

    Does anybody have any feedback for the quality of these two companies products? Their bids were pretty much equal, but Life Saver seems to have a better product (according to them).

    Thank you in advance for your feedback!

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    Aug 2010
    South Florida

    Re: Baby Pool Fence: Life Saver vs Pool Guard

    I don't see any manufacturer's name or label on our black safety fencing which is at least 8 or 9 years old. (They were here when we purchased the house.)
    The vinyl coated mesh has a 1" binding top and bottom with 2 rows of heavy stitching each.
    Screws every 6 inches vertically on each hollow pole, with 2 screws about 1" apart at the top and the bottom of every pole. Each pole inserts into a metal lined hole in the patio deck.
    Spring clip hooks and eyes link together each set of five (5) 3' wide sections, and also hook into the walls, though the wall eyes are installed with anchors which now pull out.
    Hope that helps in some way, telling you about the construction.
    Note, we've always taken it down during hurricanes.
    Alan in Wellington, FL - near West Palm Beach
    15,200 gal IG, painted plaster, 1988; 200 SqFt cartridge filter, 2013; 1.5 HP 1-speed pump (uprated), 2005; heat pump, 2005;
    soon to repair (dead) SWG AquaRite T-15 cell, 2005, and replace (dead) suction-side cleaner, 2005.
    Almost everything died this winter 2012-'13, and I know we shouldn't complain... but, Arrgh!

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