If you are considering adding a pool screen enclosure, there are several factors which determine the overall cost of a pool screen enclosure. Some of these cost include labor setup time and site preparation as well as the permitting and inspection fees. All of these combined contribute to the overall cost of the materials make up the total pool enclosure price.
In the central Florida market, the average cost of a pool screen enclosure including design and materials is between $6,000 and $8,000. Other factors can decrease or increase the cost based on custom designs and the size of the coverage space.
Determining Pool Enclosure Average Cost
As mentioned, the average cost of a pool cage screen enclosure is between $6,000 and $14,000. This estimated price is based on an 800-square-foot pool deck with a dome roof; it also includes the materials and equates to roughly $8 to $10 per square foot. However, the price per square foot can change based on the overall pool size, the location of the pool and making adjustments according to the terrain.
Because of those factors, it can cost between $15 to $25 per square foot for a licensed, bonded and insured contractor and the materials. Therefore, it’s difficult to give an exact price for a pool screen enclosure without first inspecting the space and determining the design.
Estimated Cost of a Pool Screen Enclosure
When you receive an estimate for your pool screen enclosure, the costs are broken down by labor costs, material costs; it also includes various taxes and a portion of the inspection fees required by the city and the local building department. Other common factors in determining the overall pool enclosure price include:
- Debris removal after job completion
- Material and equipment delivery to and from the site
- Site preparation and protecting existing structures and materials
- General contractor fees for supervising the project
- Sales tax for supplies and materials
Quality materials also affect the price.
We here at Dulando use high-quality materials to ensure the longevity of your pool screen enclosure. Therefore, we offer Structall Building Systems, which consist of insulated panels with metal skins and waterproof seals for durability and energy efficiency. Compared to stick-built structures, our building systems cut your heating and cooling costs up to 58 percent. Though it may cost more for a higher-quality material, it pays for itself in the long run.
The Final Word on Pool Screen Enclosure Cost
As you ponder the cost of a pool enclosure, we hope we’ve been able to provide you with some additional facts as to what is included in a pool enclosure quote. Remember, you’re not just paying for materials and labor; you are also paying for the miscellaneous items listed above.
By choosing quality materials, the benefits of thermal efficiency far outweigh the cost.
Then there are the obvious benefits of a pool cage screen enclosure such as:
- fewer worries about pool accidents with kids and pets
- increase your home’s resale value by adding a new space for entertaining guests.
The goal in providing you with a cost analysis of a pool screen enclosure is to help you determine what considerations will come into play as you decide on what type of pool enclosure to have built. Like with most enclosure structures, there is a low end and then a high end. The choice is up to you. Dulando will always provide you with the highest quality materials in every job we do.
If you’re ready to talk to a design consultant to build a Florida pool enclosure, we can help. With over 50 years of experience as a pool enclosure installation company, we’re proud of our reputation for quality products, reliable service and superior craftsmanship. Our service area includes all parts of the Orlando area as well as the New Smyrna Beach and the surrounding Daytona Beach and Port Orange areas. Call today at 407-862-6060 to schedule a free in-home design consultation.