Dulando Screen & Awning firmly believes that delivering exemplary customer service is vital. If you are considering adding a new pool enclosure to your outdoor living space, then we’re happy to answer your questions and educate you about your options so that you can make informed decisions. To get things started, here are the answers to 10 questions that we’re frequently asked.
Why do people build pool screen enclosures?
Adding a pool enclosure or pool cage is a great way to get more out of your swimming pool. This structure provides an outdoor room for your family to enjoy and keeps bugs away from the pool area so that they don’t annoy you while you’re swimming. It also prevents debris from tumbling in the pool, reducing your maintenance chores.
What kind of maintenance does a pool enclosure require?
Maintaining a pool enclosure is simple. An occasional cleaning is all that is necessary. Simply use a garden hose to rinse off the enclosure. If any stubborn spots require a little extra help, some dish soap and a soft brush or cloth will likely do the trick.
Does the pool enclosure need to be connected to my house?
Most pool enclosures are connected to a house, but it’s not necessary. Our design experts will be happy to create a custom enclosure that fits your needs and suits your backyard space.
Are high winds a concern?
The benefit of working with a local pool enclosure company is that we are also familiar with Florida’s windy weather. Florida building codes are strictly followed and our enclosure are able to withstand the high winds that sometimes blow through this area.
When can an enclosure be installed?
Whether it’s spring, summer, fall or winter, you’re good to go. Pool cages can be installed any time of the year. The only delay is inclement weather. We want to keep our installers safe and don’t work outside during lightning storms.
How long does it take to construct a pool screen enclosure?
Building a pool enclosure generally takes somewhere between two to four weeks. Our expert staff will cheerfully walk you through the entire process. We do most of the pre-fab in our warehouse in Altamonte Springs and build the enclosure on your property. Most delays involve weather.
Do I need a permit?
We handle all permitting. If you need approval from your homeowners’ association, we’ll help with that as well.
What is your service area?
We’ve been providing the Orlando area with top-notch screen enclosures since 1968. Our service area includes Orange, Seminole and Volusia counties. We have also completed jobs in Lake County as well as Flagler County. It depends on the job to make sure it is cost effective to travel. But definitely the tri-county area of Orange, Seminole & Volusia. Dulando Screen and Awning has a satellite office in New Smyrna Beach and does a lot of work on the coast.
Do you guarantee your products and work?
Yes. We combine award-winning design, skilled craftsmanship, and high-quality materials from trusted suppliers like Phifer and Structall to produce custom screen enclosures that are built to last. We’re fully licensed and insured, and everything that we build meets or exceeds the requirements set by the relevant building codes and regulations. Please read our guarantee.
How do I get started?
It’s easy. Just fill out our online form or call us today to discuss your project with one of our friendly team members and request your free estimate. You’ll be enjoying your new backyard space in no time.
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