There are two types of enclosures that are constructed over a pool: glass and screen. This blog will contain information regarding the screen enclosure, why you should have one, and how you should go about cleaning the cage. The designs are endless and have left the bulkiness of the cages made several years ago to sleek, prestigious pool enclosures.
The first benefit of pool enclosures is that they offer more shade. The screen allows sunlight, but the amount of shade makes the UV less threatening and more bearable from the sun. This same protection will extend the life of the chlorine applied to the pool.
Another obvious benefit is that it will assist in keeping the pests out of your enclosed area. It will reduce the amount of time cleaning out bugs, webs, and nests. This is a genius way to keep rodents and stray animals out of your pool area and allow more relaxation time in the pool.
Not only does the enclosure refrain insects and pests rom entering, but it keeps debris from finding a way into the pool and equipment. The best way to keep debris from ruining your investment is to protect it with an enclosure.
In addition, the designs are endless and limited only to the imagination. Sleek looking enclosures, some even multiple stories high can bring character and style to your pool area. Dream your pool cage into existence.
Finally, a pool cage should be cleaned about every six months. If the algae grows, then there may need to be a shorter period. The list is long but here are a few reasons to clean your enclosure. The mold can cause illnesses and allergies. Algae can fall into the pool and affect chemical levels and equipment. The algae can grow on the screens and restrict air flow. Power washing, carefully, can do a good job on cleaning the enclosure. However, one must be certain not to blow out the screens.
Please contact Harpers Hurricane Protection & Screen Enclosures with any questions on pool enclosures. We look forward to working with you. We can be reached at 941-629-3490.