The screen enclosure which is installed in the pool area is referred to as a pool cage. This is very common in Florida because of climate and environmental factors.
As we all know, the main purpose of a pool cage is to keep out the small insects, debris and falling leaves. Also, this serves as a safety from intruders and wild animals. This is one of the best additions for Florida homes and will greatly help and feel comfortable during outdoor moments and bonding time with the family.
- Cut Down Trees Are there trees nearby your pool cage? Trim the limbs that may cause a threat to damage your property. Once strong winds bombarded the trees, it may fall and damage your pool cage structure as well as your home. Make sure that small trees must be planted 15 feet away from your home and 20 feet away if large trees.
- Repair Tears in Screen Thunderstorms with heavy rain and strong winds will hit your pool cage, once there are unnoticeable or small tears in your screen this will cause the tear to become huge and ruin your structure.
- Take Away Debris Once heavy winds start to attack your place, it will surely ruin anything. Objects outside your house become a hazard and vulnerability. Clean your surroundings and remove debris that clutters around your yard. This will lessen objects that may transform and blown up as flying debris that will cause damage in your windows and screens.
Being prepared for the storm season will safeguard your home and family from severe damage it may bring.
Aluminum Master LLC is the expert company in the field of screening services anywhere in Southwest Florida. One of our specializations in screening is the pool cage construction in your swimming pool area. We use top quality materials and follow Florida standardization guidelines to make your pool cage structure to stand against all kinds of disaster.
Request a free estimate on our official website at Pool Cage Construction and discover more ideas about pool cages. For any question and consultation needs, talk to our professional staff at (239) 449-9934. Our service coverage area includes Naples, Marco Island, Golden Gate, and South Bonita.