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  1. This is some great information, and I appreciate your point that glass fencing keeps things feeling open. My yard isn’t super big, and my husband and I just had a pool installed, so we don’t want the area to feel cramped by putting in a solid fence. We’ll definitely look into having a glass one installed instead so the space still feels open. Thanks for the great post!

  2. I’d never thought about what kind of material to use as a fence for my pool. Usually, wood is the first thing that comes to mind, but that’s mostly just because I wasn’t aware of other things I could us. I love the use of glass for a fence because it allows you to keep seeing the rest of your yard. Like you said, it’s very visually appealing. I really liked your whole take on the thing, so thanks for sharing.

  3. Amy, you make a great point about how it adds to your home’s aesthetic while keeping the pool area safe. I like how the see-through glass barrier makes your yard seem more spacious rather than making your pool feel closed off. I would also like to be able to see what is going on while my kids are playing in the pool, without being in the area in case I don’t want to get wet.

  4. The main purpose of fencing is to ensure safety. As you know, deaths due to pool drowning are alarming in the US. So, the law directs every owners to follow the safety guidelines strictly. When you prefer to erect a fence around your pool, you can select the glass one as it seems pretty as compared to the others. Unlike iron, the glass is rust proof and it can withstand the effects of rain, snow or the sun. So, its longevity is quite high. If you consider its looks, then it will leave its competitors far behind. Its maintenance is also easy.

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