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Preparing for a New Pool Screen Enclosure Installation

Preparing for a New Pool Screen Enclosure Installation

As you prepare for your new pool screen enclosure installation, make sure you have an experienced team to reduce or eliminate any mishaps.  In order to get the job done right, our installers have to cause a certain amount of commotion around your home. While we always do our best to keep the disruption to a minimum, there are also things you can do to make the pool screen enclosure installation process less stressful.

Three simple steps to follow during a pool screen enclosure installation

1. Outline Expectations
Installing a new pool screen enclosure will go more smoothly if everyone’s expectations are outlined ahead of time. Before any actual construction begins, our experienced team will talk you through the installation process so that you’ll have a basic understanding of what will happen and when. Don’t hesitate to ask questions or voice concerns.

This is the time to clarify when you can expect us to be onsite and what sections of your property we’ll need access to. It also helps to discuss topics like parking near your home, your existing landscaping, and the availability of outdoor electrical outlets. If you’re concerned about any aspect of the screen enclosure installation, let us know so that we can be part of the solution.

2. Get Ready for Us to Work
Seeing your peaceful backyard change into a busy job site can be unnerving. Protect your own peace of mind and assist us in getting your new screened pool enclosure installed by preparing for the transformation.

  • Talk with your family and your neighbors so that they know what to expect.
  • For safety’s sake, please arrange for children and pets to be somewhere else.
  • Be certain that security systems and gates will allow us to enter the property.
  • Make sure that we have access to outdoor outlets to power our tools.
  • Trim back any landscaping to give us room to work.
  • Remove any décor or furniture from the area.
  • Cover anything remaining with plastic to protect it.

Occasionally, pool screen enclosure installation projects can be dirty work. We’ll do our best to contain the mess, but it’s smart to take precautions to shield your property.

3. Keep the Lines of Communication Open
Our goal is always a trouble-free pool screen enclosure installation that exceeds your expectations, but we know that the unexpected sometimes happens. That’s why we strive to keep the lines of communication open. Each job will have a foreman on site to manage the installation as well as communicate any unforeseen issues. Let us know if you have a problem during the installation process and try to be available so that we can contact you if we encounter issues.

If you have any questions about preparing for a pool screen enclosure on your property, reach out to Dulando Screen and Awning today at 407-862-6060. We have more than 45 years of experience, and we’ll be delighted to put our expertise to work for you.

Additional Reading:

Our goal is to help customers be better informed when shopping for a pool screen enclosure or patio enclosure.  One of the ways we help is to provide ebooks with valuable information regarding the buying process and even the interview process.  Below, you’ll see a download guide with information about Hiring the right contractor.  Feel free to download our ebook as you gather information about your upcoming project.