Why are there so many sayings that caution people about the dangers of acting hastily? It’s simple. While it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of a new project, impulsively committing to the first thing that comes along is rarely the best solution. If you’re thinking about building a screened porch enclosure or a screened in pool enclosure, don’t just jump in with both feet.
When working out the details of your screen room, be sure to evaluate the craftsmanship of the contractor and to explore the pros and cons of all proposed materials. While a meticulously constructed screen enclosure built with quality materials might cost a bit more initially, it will be a welcome addition that you’ll be able to enjoy for years.
Screen enclosures provide multiple benefits for both the patio and pool deck:
1) Screen enclosures provide maximum visibility. Imagine sitting back and breathing in the fresh air flowing through your new screen patio room or pool deck. Screen Enclosures also allow you and your family to spend more time outdoors with out worrying about bugs and mosquitos.
2) The cost effectiveness of owning a screen enclosure is a major benefit for homeowners. Cleaning and filtering the pool on a continual basis can get pretty expensive. A screen enclosure does the work of keeping out debris such as tree leaves, dirt, bugs, and other common items that can problems for the pool.
3) They provide protection against all types of weather changes. This is especially important in the summer as it helps reduce those harmful UV rays.
4) A screen enclosure can add aesthetic beauty to your patio or pool deck. With many diverse designs, colors, and materials to match, a homeowner can really add an amazing appearance to the area
To find out more about our many options or to schedule an appointment call Patios Pools Driveways Inc. today.
Types Of Screen Enclosures
Under-truss Screen enclosures
For the screening enclosure is there is no “roof” of the aluminum structure or concrete work that needs to be done as they are all under the roof of a house and built on the existing footprint. The aluminum framing is simply fabricated to spec, to accommodate the opening size with a screen door. Any screen type from fiberglass to polyester can be used, even No See’um screen for increased bug protection. With these under truss screen enclosures, architectural elements such as buttresses columns or archers may be encountered, but for an experienced screen enclosure company these obstacles are no challenge.