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Be sure to follow our blog for up to date information about our pool fencing, current styles and trends, and any changes to the pool fencing regulations. Our blog is updated regularly with all industry news and all things pool and spa related.

05 Nov

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The Benefits of Pool Fencing

While pool fencing is now mandatory in all Queensland and NSW homes, there are many reasons why pool fencing is a great idea. Protect children’s safety The key function of pool fencing

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15 Oct

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New Trends in Pool Design

Just like interior design, pool design trends change from year to year. The team at Mermaid Fencing are passionate about pools and pool fencing. To celebrate, we’ve put together some of our

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05 Oct

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How to Keep Your Glass Pool Fencing Looking Its Best

Glass pool fencing offers uninterrupted views of your pool and adds to your home’s aesthetics. To keep your glass pool fencing looking as good as possible, it’s important to clean the surface

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15 Sep

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Fun Pool Games to Play with The Kids

If your kids love the pool, then it’s best to be prepared with some awesome pool games to keep them entertained. Treasure dives This one is great for more confident swimmers. Simply

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05 Sep

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What type of pool fencing is best for me?

Just installed a new pool or want to upgrade your current pool fencing? The team at Mermaid fencing have put together a list of the most common pool fencing options to help

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15 Aug

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Do’s and Don’ts of Pool Supervision

Swimming in your backyard pool is one of the highlights of being a kid in Australia. While pool time is always fun, there are lots of risks that you as an adult

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05 Aug

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Chlorine Vs. Salt Water Pools

Before you invest in a pool it’s important you do some research. The two most common pool types available are saltwater pools and chlorine pools. Both pools have their own unique benefits

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15 Jul

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Why You Need a CPR Sign on Your Pool Fence

As part of the mandatory new pool fencing regulations, you must display a compliant CPR sign on your pool fencing or nearby your pool. The sign must be visible to people near

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05 Jul

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Is Your Pool Fence Compliant?

Pool fencing compliance is a must for all Australian homes. These safety standards dictate the height and strength of barriers, compulsory non-climbable zones, gates and appropriate latching requirements preventing direct access from

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15 Jun

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Pets and Your Pool: What You Need to Know

While dogs hate baths, many of them love to swim in the pool. While this is very cute, there are few things you should know before letting your pup in the pool.

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