Pool Fences & Installations in Rogers County, OK

Swimming pools are a great way to get some exercise, hang out with family and friends, and keep cool in the sweltering heat. But what happens when you have little ones that start to run around the pool area?

You cannot always prevent children from running around. It’s easy to let your guard down especially when you’re having fun by the poolside. You can become distracted easily.

Having a sturdy pool fence is a must! It will help prevent children from getting into the pool without your supervision, and it can even save lives. Mesh pool fences can also protect our furry friends.

A pool safety fence is an important safety feature that can help protect your family and friends from drowning, but it’s not just for kids. You might be surprised to learn how many adults have drowned in their own backyard pools as well.

But for children ages 1–14, drowning is considered the 2nd leading cause of accidental injury death immediately after car vehicle crashes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

In Oklahoma alone, 44 people have died from drowning in 2020.

Are pool fences required by law in Oklahoma?

Yes, pool fences are required by law in Oklahoma. As a matter of fact, they must have a self-closing gate for outdoor pools.

Every pool owner should think about installing a pool fence, even if a person lives in a state where pool safety fences aren’t mandatory – they could save your life or your children’s lives.

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    Why Install A Life Saver Pool Fence?

    Not all pool fences are built equally. A fence, such as a mesh pool fence from Life Saver Pool Fence of Tulsa, is a smart option for swimming pools. Mainly because it provides safety and peace of mind to parents with young children.

    Even if you don’t have any children or grandchildren, it’s still a good idea to get a pool fence installed in the event you have guests with young children or a child enters your pool area unannounced.

    Mesh pool fences are super easy to install, so you never have to do any heavy lifting to install them on your own. Our experienced pool installers can install your pool fence within a quick time frame.

    There are many pool safety fences, such as fences made from vinyl and aluminum, that are dominating the market. However, our pool fences are superior in quality, and safety.

    Our swimming pool fences combine quality, durability, and affordability with excellent customer support. Most of all we have a lifetime warranty. You can feel confident in buying our pool safety fences!

    Areas We Serve in Rogers County, OK

    Life Saver Pool Fence of Tulsa intalls pool fences in Rogers County including Bushyhead, Chelsea, Claremore, Foyil, Gregory, Inola, Jamestown, Justice, Limestone, Oologah, Sequoyah, Talala, Tiawah, Valley Park, and Verdigris as well as the surrounding counties.

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    About Rogers County, Oklahoma

    Mayes County, Oklahoma, is named after Ex-chief Samuel Houston Mayes, of the Cherokee Nation. The county is located in the northeastern portion of OK. The population total, as of the 2010 census, was 41,259 residents.

    Rogers County is a county in the central part of Oklahoma. It has two major cities: Claremore and Bartlesville. There is a population of 92,459 people as of the 2019 census.

    Rogers County has many landmarks, such as Claremore Hall of Fame, which serves as an attraction for tourists and residents alike.

    The entire county is rich with natural wonders that can be seen on any day hike or camping trip. Whether you’re looking to experience nature’s beauty or are interested in seeing some historic sites, Rogers County offers something for everyone! Residents and visitors.

    Some popular attractions include the Talimena Scenic Drive, The Native American Cultural Center & Museum (which houses different tribes), and Lake Oologah Golf Club — one of the most scenic courses in all Oklahoma!

    Pool Safety Resources for Oklahoma Residents

    State-based Healthy Swimming Information – CDC