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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
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    Couldnt you put wooden palings on your side (the bad side) of the fence also, therefore making it so theres no foot holds.
    As in the attached pic
    That's how my mums looks like around her pool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
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    Couldnt you put wooden palings on your side (the bad side) of the fence also, therefore making it so theres no foot holds.
    As in the attached pic
    We could but it would probably cost as much as the fence itself we can't afford it. We don't mind the "ugly" side, but we do want it to be safe.

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    Did they do it themselves or get a company to do it? If you knew who the company was I'd be calling to ask about whether all their fences now have to be compliant.

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    They got a guy in to do it, he's a fencer. I will ring and ask


 

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