There’s nothing better than soaking up the Florida sun in your very own backyard pool enclosure; You get all the benefits of an indoor pool while still getting the enjoyment of being outside. If issues with your pool enclosure are keeping you from enjoying your outdoor space, it may be time to think about a replacement. Consider replacing your pool enclosure if:
There is noticeable, extensive damage.
Enclosures that are not maintained are often too far gone for a simple patch job, and the entire structure needs to be replaced. This is common in homes that sit unoccupied for a while or enclosures that are built with inferior materials. Rust damage, torn screens, or even buckling of the support frame are all issues homeowners may face and are sure-fire signs that a new enclosure is needed. Continue reading
Enclosing your outdoor pool here in hot, sunny Florida is almost a must. Without a pool enclosure, you’ll be skimming leaves and other debris out of the pool constantly, burning your feet on the hot concrete, and begging for a cool breeze to come by. But before you sign a contract to have your pool enclosed, you need to be 100% sure that the contractor you’re using is reliable, reputable, and professional. Here are our top tips on choosing the right pool enclosure contractor for your project: Continue reading
If you have just moved to Florida, you now live in a gorgeous state with a famously warm and humid climate. However, Florida’s strong sun and humidity have their downfalls as well. In order to enjoy your home as much as possible in all four seasons, it is important for you to invest in these three custom-made enclosures for your new home.
A screen room is one of the simplest ways to extend the living space of your house and increase its functionality. An aluminum screen room offers a number of perks, which is why it’s hard to find a Florida home without one! Continue reading
Florida law requires that you enclose your pool. The law was enacted to address the issue of so many children drowning in unsupervised pools. Other serious injuries or death can also occur when the pool is empty. It makes sense that to protect your neighborhood your pool would need to be enclosed with a locking gate.
But what are you going to enclose your pool with? The laws have few regulations as to the type of enclosure, so long as one is there that prevents small children or animals from entering. That means you can choose from a number of different types of fencing and other options. So why choose a screen room? Here are a few of the pros and cons. Continue reading
Did you know that the state of Florida requires all pools to be enclosed? There are several reasons for this, and there are few exceptions. If you want to make sure your home’s pool meets state requirements, we can help.
There are a lot of advantages to using a screened structure to surround your pool. It allows easy view of your pool in case you have teens or others swimming while you are doing other things, yet our screens are tight enough mesh to keep most pests and some insects out of your pool. With a screen room you can feel like you are naked to the elements poolside, while still meeting the requirements for an enclosure. Continue reading
The summer is almost over, and now it is time to start thinking about preparing your backyard pool for fall. One of the things that you should really consider during this time is getting a pool enclosure. There are a lot of really good reasons to get a pool enclosure, especially at this time of the year.
It can be dangerous for children to have access to an accessible pool at any time of the year, but the fall and winter can be especially dangerous. Even if you drain your pool for the year and cover it, a child can still fall in and hurt themselves very easily. A pool enclosure, especially one that locks, protects the kids in your neighborhood. Continue reading
As a resident of Florida, chances are that you have an inground pool in your backyard. Florida’s nearly year-round heat and humidity demand a cool and relaxing retreat where you can escape the soaring temperatures and finally feel comfortable. However, if your pool is currently nothing more than a large hole filled with water, it’s time to use these strategic design ideas to transform your outdoor pool space and create an inviting retreat. Continue reading
If you have just moved to Florida, you now live in a gorgeous state with a famously warm and humid climate. That warmth is the envy of the rest of the country from September through May, but Florida’s strong sun and humidity have their downfalls as well. In order to obtain the most use and enjoyment from your home in all four seasons, it is important for you to invest in these three outdoor structures for your new home. Continue reading
Keeping children safe is always a top priority, and this becomes especially true in homes that have a backyard pool. While pools offer enviable relaxation and escape from the heat, they also present the need for extra safety precautions if children live in the home or frequently visit. Continue reading
If you want to expand your living space, you could build an addition onto your home, but that would be a complex and expensive project. You could also build a fancy outdoor patio – less expensive, but still a big project. Or you could add to your already existing outdoor pool with an aluminum pool enclosure. This option is by far the best because it is affordable, practical, and stylish to boot. Continue reading