Unfortunately part of my work experience includes dealing with drownings. It's silent, it's fast and no matter how easy you think it is to 'just watch them closely', no one can be 100% on the ball, 100% of the time and an unfenced pool is inviting trouble.
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As part of the new standards in most areas (major cities at least) the fence is needed. I much prefer the American system of a hozontal roller door for safety.
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