When it comes to the best screen for your pool enclosure, it is going to depend on your needs and your preferences. There are a few questions you should be asking yourself when picking out a pool screen. First of all, how durable and long-lasting do you want your screen? Also, what special needs do you have? Do you have an animal and need a screen that will stand up to the wear and tear of their nails? Are you worried about dust and debris getting through your pool cage? How about those pesky no see ums? Do you want to keep them out?
If you don't have any special pool screen needs such as the ones mentioned above you are probably a good fit for the 18x14 fiberglass screen. We use Phifer screen because they are such great quality. It is really important that you find a pool enclosure rescreening company that uses quality screens. They will wear out very quickly and you will have to pay someone to come out and rescreen your pool in a couple of years. Just as a handy rule of thumb, don't go with anyone who is going to charge you less than $1 per square foot. If they are, they are a company that is lacking in quality workmanship and quality product.
Keeping Out No See Ums
How about those bugs? Pretty much any screen installed will keep out mosquitoes as long as the screen door is closed and there aren't any missing or damaged panels. But, what about No See Ums? Those things seem to appear out of thin air! Well there is a specific screen that is made for these pesky bugs. We install a No See Um screen on your pool enclosure that is guaranteed to provide you with the most relaxing, bug-free back patio, and lanai experience.
Durable Pet Screen
Let's be honest, our pets are highly valued family members. But sometimes they can do a little damage around the house (we'll forgive them for it). This damage doesn't have to extend to your pool screen though. We install a screen that can stand up to those sharp nails from your dogs and cats. That way your furry friend can roam around your pool enclosure and you don't have to worry about them damaging your pool screen.
Keeping out Dirt and Debris
Sometimes it can be annoying to have dirt and debris enter your pool and patio from outside your enclosure. You can solve this problem with a Glass Shield product for some of your screen panels.
If you have any other questions make sure to contact us and we will make sure to find you the rescreening solution that is best for you.
While the quality of product is very important, the quality of workmanship of the installation is just as important. That where we excel. We have over 10 years of experience and our craftsmen will give you great and friendly service.