Florida’s hurricane season is in full swing, and even though we’ve managed not to have any severe tropical storms yet this year, that doesn’t mean one can’t hit at any time. Your screen room is designed to hold up against high winds, but that doesn’t mean it won’t become damaged during a storm. The screen can become ripped or stretched by flying debris or falling objects.
If your screen room is damaged by a hurricane or other severe weather, you don’t want to have to wait for it to be repaired. Putting off repairs can cause additional damage to occur, especially if there is another storm, and Florida is often getting one storm after another. Continue reading
There is no question that a swimming pool will provide you with an excellent source of fun and entertainment. It is also a great place to get fit. If you have a pool in your backyard, chances are you want to maximize is presence. One of the best ways to do this is by adding a swimming pool enclosure. When you install an enclosure, there are a number of benefits offered, which are highlighted here.
Use Your Pool All Year Long
When you install a swimming pool enclosure, you will be able to use your pool even on the hottest summer days, when the sun would otherwise burn your skin. You will also be able to use it in the winter, since you can block the cold winter winds and add a heater to the pool. A pool enclosure will allow you to use your pool as much as possible all year long. Continue reading
If you own a screen enclosure, chances are that it is going to need to be repaired at some point in time. There are some homes that have small screens such as a one panel screen in a door, while others may be dealing with a larger screen enclosure that surrounds a pool or other area of the yard. No matter what type of screen that you have to repair, there are times when you may be able to fix it yourself and other times when you should call a professional. Continue reading
Homeowners who have screened pool enclosures, screen lanais, or outdoor screen rooms often ask if they can perform screen repairs themselves. The answer is “Yes,” but there are some things you should consider before tackling a screen repair project.