Swimming pool screen enclosures may seem like fairly simple structures, but that doesn’t mean that they’re boring or plain. When you are building a pool screen enclosure to enhance your outdoor living space, you have plenty of design options to contemplate.
Building a Pool Screen Enclosure Options
Detached or Attached Pool Screen Enclosure
If your pool is nestled alongside your home, then you can have a freestanding pool screen enclosure or attach the structure to your home. Which option is best? It’s up to you. Your preferences are the deciding factor. Does the idea of stepping out of your home and into your pool area interest you? An attached pool enclosure might be your ideal design. Is your swimming pool a refuge where you escape life’s pressures? A detached enclosure allows you to maintain your retreat as a separate, distinctive space. Of course, the proximity of the pool to your home will also be a factor in the decision. When building a pool screen enclosure, know that Dulando Screen & Awning has built both types of enclosures (attached pool screened enclosures and detached pool screen enclosures) and each time, they seem to fit well according to the client’s vision of their backyard.
Quality Makes a Difference with Pool Screen
Quality does make a difference when building a pool screen enclosure. Dulando Screen & Awning only offer the best in the industry, Phifer Screens. We’re committed to delivering top-notch aluminum screen enclosures, so we always use high-quality materials. Phifer’s screen offers superior strength and durability. There are several types of Phifer screen to choose from. Some are tough enough to stand up to the enthusiastic antics of active pets and small children; while, others provide extra privacy or prevent dust and small insects from invading your pool area. Are you intrigued by the idea of swimming pool screens that can help protect you from the Florida sun? Solar screens can reduce glare and block heat, making your pool area more comfortable.
A Stylish Pool Screen Enclosure Roof
What kind of roof is right for your pool screen enclosure? There are certainly several options to consider. When it comes to pool enclosures, potential toppers include:
- Flat roofs
- Dome roofs
- Mansard roofs
- Hip roofs
- Shed roofs
Additional Reading: Ideas for Types of Pool and Patio Roof Designs
Generally, when building a pool screen enclosure, you’ll want to pick a roof style that complements the existing architecture of your home. For a unique look, you can even choose a custom roof that is a blend of traditional styles. Don’t forget custom columns. We have it all.
Pool Deck Options – Concrete or Pavers
One of the many decisions you’ll have to make when building a pool screen enclosure is whether to have a concrete deck or use pool deck pavers. Concrete is a popular choice for pool decks. It’s a nonslip surface that provides a nice, neutral background for your other design choices, so if you like to change up your decor frequently, it can be a smart, affordable choice. However, adding a little flair underfoot with patio pavers can be a fantastic way to create a pool area that reflects your personal tastes. Naturally nonslip and pleasantly easy to maintain, pavers come in a mind-boggling array of colors, sizes, shapes and materials, and those options can be mixed and matched to craft unique designs and patterns.
What combination of features will create your perfect custom pool screen enclosure? Trust Dulando Screen & Awning to help you figure it out. We delight in providing residents of the New Smyrna Beach, FL, area with excellent products at affordable prices. Our ultimate goal is your total satisfaction. Contact us today at 407-862-6060 to discover more about our services and request your free estimate.