The great outdoors is a beautiful place, but it’s not a nuisance-free zone. Biting mosquitoes, annoying no-see-ums, skin-damaging ultraviolet rays, wind-swept debris, nosy neighbors and other irritations can make enjoying your outdoor living spaces a challenge. That’s why your choice of pool enclosure screen material is so important. Selecting the right screen will keep common outdoor annoyances at bay and allow you to make the most of your pool area with less worry. Today, a variety of screening options with appealing features are available. What are some popular options when it comes to pool screen material?
Types of Pool Enclosure Screen Material
Whether they bite, sting or simply fly around driving you crazy, an invasion of insects can make spending time outdoors miserable. Installing insect screening in your pool enclosure creates a barrier that keeps bugs out. Since it also helps to keep lawn debris like grass clippings, leaves and branches out, it can reduce the amount of pool maintenance needed.
With the risk of painful sunburns and deadly skin cancers widely recognized, the importance of protecting your skin from the sun is clear. Unfortunately, it’s easy to go wrong when applying sunscreen. Solar screens offer an extra layer of protection by blocking some of the sun’s harmful rays. How much protection do they offer? Phifer’s Super Solar pool enclosures can block up to 90% of the sun’s heat and glare. Solar screens also help to keep the climate within your pool enclosure more comfortable. They limit solar gain on hot summer days and reduce solar loss when temperatures dip.
Regular screening isn’t particularly fragile. However, it’s no match for gnawing teeth, shredding claws or a rambunctious nature. When pets or children will be frequenting a screened space, you need extra durability. Pet screen delivers that. It’s tougher screening and sturdier frames can help to protect your family’s safety and your pool enclosure’s integrity without blocking your view or the breeze.
Outdoor living spaces are delightful escapes, but they are vulnerable to encroaching neighbors and passersby. When the rest of the world is a little too close for comfort, a privacy screen for pool enclosure can offer a welcome respite.
A vinyl-coated screen, Florida glass offers a look similar to frosted glass with less weight and better durability. As a result, Florida glass pool enclosures deliver the ideal mix of privacy, comfort and attractiveness. They keep prying eyes, annoying insects and troublesome debris out of your pool area so you can relax.
With over 50 years of award-winning design and installation service, Dulando Screen & Awning understands the importance of selecting the right pool screen material for your enclosure. That’s why we exclusively use Phifer screening materials. These top-quality screens offer both amazing value and the right mix of features for Floridians. Are you ready to enhance your outdoor living space with a pool screen enclosure? Do you want to know more about pool enclosure screen material and design? Turn to an expert. Contact Dulando Screen & Awning today at 407-862-6060 to request a free in-home design consultation.