DIY Installation Guide

DIY Pool Fencing Catalogue DIY Pool Fencing Installation Guide Glass Gate Installation Guide

DIY Pool Fencing
Catalogue

DIY Pool Fencing
Installation Guide

Glass Gate
Installation Guide

 

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Installing Hydraulic Gate System

Stallion Pool Fencing offers an alternative to traditional pool fencing that is not only strong but offers an unobstructed view. Our glass pool fencing alternative is rapidly becoming very popular due it being sleek, modern and suits most styles of homes.  At Stallion Stainless we have built our reputation on 40 years of exceptional service, high quality products and our pride in workmanship.

Our DIY fully frameless glass pool fencing range is very easy for the home handy person to install and does not require any core drilling. Our pool fencing is made from 12mm thick, toughened clear glass with polished edges and all spiggots and hardware comes in 316 marine grade stainless steel mirror finish. All our recently developed gate hardware, latches and exclusive soft closing hydraulic floor spring now also come in 316 grade stainless steel mirror finish.  Our gates are made from 10mm clear thick, toughened glass and we now stock glass panels for our gates in 800mm, 900mm and 1000mm sizes.

We offer customers the option of either picking up their DIY pool fencing hardware and glass (for Perth based customers only) with use of our glass rack for free or we can ship the product to you. If we are required to ship the hardware and glass to you, we ensure all glass is packaged onto a pallet and is reinforced with panels and bubble wrap to prevent any damage during shipment.

We hold in stock our full range of DIY pool fencing hardware and now stock a large range of glass panels to ensure prompt delivery. Our brochure below not only details and illustrates all our premium stainless steel fittings but all the glass sizes available for your pool fencing. Our team of professionals are more than happy to assist in working out your DIY pool fencing requirements or glass panel requirements however, it is advisable to check with your local council for any pool fencing requirements first.