Pool Screen Enclosure Cost – A Helpful Guide

A pool screen enclosure does so much for your outdoor space. Whether it’s protecting your family from insects or creating a barrier against debris, an enclosure provides numerous benefits and enhances your outdoor activities. These benefits, however, come at a cost to homeowners looking to upgrade their pool area and create an enjoyable entertainment space. Since clients often ask us about a pool screen cost, we thought we’d put together this helpful guide.

Factors for Determining Pool Screen Enclosure Cost

It’s not just one thing that determines the total cost of installing a pool screen enclosure. Your pool size, shape and location all affect the total cost. Don’t forget about the materials you choose for your enclosure, which also affect how much you’ll pay in the end.

Pool screen enclosure costs range in price; however, on average, the cost is between $8,000 and $10,000 for a 20-foot by the 40-foot pool deck with a dome roof. Of course, the cost of a pool enclosure can fluctuate and either increase or decrease depending on the design, materials and options. You can save money by installing only what you need to surround your pool or spend more money by selecting an elaborate design and the most premium options.

Cost To Build a Pool Enclosure

Pool Screen Enclosure Costs

How much does a screened-in pool cost in the Orlando, Daytona Beach or New Smyrna Beach areas? It costs about the same as anywhere else in Florida. Just because you live on the coast doesn’t mean you’ll have to spend more money on your enclosure.

Additional factors for determining the total pool screen enclosure cost include:

  • Material delivery to and from your home
  • Preparing the site for installation
  • Debris removal

Choosing a Type of Screen for your Pool Enclosure

Dulando is a proud contractor for Phifer Screens. They offer the most durable material which is ideal for pool screen enclosures and will last on average 10-12 years. Not only is Phifer a leader in the screen enclosure business, but they are now the largest supplier of the screen in the world.

There are many screens available for each homeowner’s needs.

  • Solar-Insect Screening – using 20×20 fiberglass, this insect screen will even stop the “no-see-ums”
  • Phifer Pet Screen – ideal for families with pets. This screen can also be used for the sliding doors leading to the pool deck as well as living on a golf course… FORE…
  • Phifer SunScreen – helps cut down UVA / UVB rays and provides additional shade which will also keep your pool deck a bit cooler.

Phifer’s entire line of Sun Control fabrics is lead-free, meeting and exceeding industry testing standards.

Installing a Screen Enclosure for Your Pool

With a new pool screen enclosure from Dulando, you can enjoy time outdoors without the hassle of bugs and wind-blown debris. You’ll not only save money on your energy bills but also increase your home’s resale value by creating a new entertainment space. No matter the design, Dulando will help you visualize your new enclosure and help you make the right decision based on your needs and budget. Call us today at 407-862-6060 or fill out our request for a quote online.

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