Centurion temporary fencing

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Perth, WA

Temporary Swimming Pool Fencing

Don’t take any chances with you new or existing swimming pool. Centurion Temporary Fencing has a unique temporary pool fence systems that will give you piece of mind and keep you on the right side of the law.

Pool fence must meet the regulations imposed by your local shire and this applies equally to temporary pool fencing. Standard temporary fencing does not meet these regulations so it is important that you use the correct system if you want to avoid any potential problems.

We use a specially designed base for our temporary pool fencing which is less than 100mm thick so it complies with pool fencing regulations. The panels are installed into these bases and then the panels are bracketed together. The system is easy to move to allow access for contractors and machinery and can be put back in place at the end of the day when they have finished.

Temporary Pool Fencing can usually be installed for a minimal amount as the quantity and duration of hire tends to be short. Please contact us for a quote. We are confident you won’t be put off by the price.

Next day delivery is a guarantee Centurion are proud of so if you do find yourself on the wrong side of a visit from the compliance officer, contact us and we will solve the problem without any delay. We will quickly and safely secure your pool fence and you will avoid a hefty fine when the officer returns.

Swimming Pool & Pool Fencing Contractors

Temporary Pool Fencing will be a great addition to your business. We don’t just hire it, we sell it and once again we are confident you won’t be put off by the price. The system has been designed to last so you can move it from job to job for years and years. The cost can be passed on to your customers making it a profitable addition to any permanent pool fencing or pool installation company. Call or email for a quote.

Contact Information
Phone: 08 9209 1032
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