Thursday, June 12, 2014

Pool Fence Installation NJ

Challenger Fence Inc. is a family-owned and operated fencing company in NJ that provides customers with quality installations, competitive pricing and excellent customer service. We have been in the fence business for over a decade, allowing us to improve our skills and build relationships with customers and other businesses alike. As a fully licensed and insured company, we specialize in a variety of different fence installations, such as NJ pool fence installation.

Since it is the summer, many people will be out and about in their pools in order to cool down from the heat. State laws require pools to be enclosed for safety reasons, therefore you must have a fence around your pool no matter what. At Challenger Fence, we will work hard to correctly complete the NJ pool fence installation to ensure that you are obeying the law.

More than 90% of our pool fences are made with aluminum. There are many other materials for pool fencing such as wrought iron, chain link and wood, but aluminum is one of the top materials to work with. This is because it does not rust like wrought iron or rot like wood. Aluminum also requires less maintenance than chain link and is more affordable. Aluminum for pool fence installations in NJ is a great fit for your landscape.

Aluminum as a black metal fence will blend in nicely with your surroundings instead of sticking out like a sore thumb. Just because the fence is required by law does not mean it has to take away from your landscape. At Challenger Fence, we aim to beautify your property while also providing safety and protection. Pool fence installations in NJ can improve the value of your property as well as improve the aesthetic of your backyard.

For more information on NJ pool fence installations by Challenger Fence Inc., call us today at (973) 772-2593.

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