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Alabama is one of the states that does not have a law regarding pools and fences. While each town or county may be different, generally speaking, the laws in Alabama don't require pool owners to have a fence. However, it makes good sense to have a fence around your pool. The fence should be at least 5-feet tall.
A residential swimming pool barrier must have all of the following characteristics: (a) the barrier must be at least 4 feet high on the outside; (b) the barrier may not have any gaps, openings, indentations, protrusions, or structural components that could allow a young child to crawl under, squeeze through, or climb ...
Above-ground pools must have barriers. The pool structure can serve as a barrier if the walls of the pool are high enough, or if a barrier can be mounted onto the top of the pool structure.
The Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code requires a building permit for any swimming pool that is larger than 150 square feet in surface area, holds over 5,000 gallons of water, or is 24 inches or more in depth. The code makes no distinction between in-ground, above-ground, inflatable pools, or swim spas.
Section 305 states that a fence or other barrier is required around every outdoor in-ground pool, no matter the depth. Pools that are only partially below ground count as in-ground pools. Above-ground pools need a fence or barrier when they exceed a certain depth.
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A residential swimming pool barrier must have all of the following characteristics: (a) the barrier must be at least 4 feet high on the outside; (b) the barrier may not have any gaps, openings, indentations, protrusions, or structural components that could allow a young child to crawl under, squeeze through, or climb ...
15 Crucial Tips for Childproofing Your Swimming Pool Teach Your Kids to Swim. Kids as young as six months can begin swimming lessons. Learn CPR. Set and Share Pool Rules. Put in Safety Drain Covers. a Pool Fence. Get a Pool Alarm. Use the Pool Cover. Rope Off the Deep End.
Requirements: Under the Act, all outdoor swimming pools must have a 4-foot fence or other barrier around the outer perimeter of the pool, with no gaps in coverage. The barrier must also be sufficiently away from the pool's edge so a child who penetrates the barrier or fence does not immediately fall into the pool.
There is no federal pool fence law currently in place within the United States. However, several states, including Florida and Arizona, have created their own individual pool fence laws.
Section 305 states that a fence or other barrier is required around every outdoor in-ground pool, no matter the depth. Pools that are only partially below ground count as in-ground pools. Above-ground pools need a fence or barrier when they exceed a certain depth.

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