I am about to have a fence installed around our newly finished pool and was wondering about steel vs aluminum.
The pool is an in-ground steel walled pool with vinyl liner with and a salt system chlorine generator.
I had three fencing companies come out, two offered either aluminum and powder coated steel ornamental fence.
Two of the three companies recommended the steel vs the aluminum because of its strength.
When I voiced my concern about premature rust because of the salt both said they would not be concerned as the powder coated steel fence was extremely durable.
The fence will need to be installed in the concrete deck, so it will involve core drilling and securing the posts with a non shrink grout.
I was wondering if anyone has had a powder coated fence around their salt pool and how it has held up over time.
The manufacturer of the fence I am considering is the Ameristar, Montage Plus steel residential fence 4' high with a flat top profile.
All feedback is welcome as I do not want to have regrets after spending approximately $6,000.00 on a fence.