There are many types of pool screens, from aluminum to vinyl. Each has a different purpose or application. But which type of pool screen is the right one for you?
If you are thinking about re-screening your pool cage in central Florida this year you might want to give this a read and inform yourself before you go calling for quotes.
What Types Of Pool Screens Are On The Market Today
There Are 4 Basic Types Of Pool Screens To Choose From
- Fiberglass Screen
- Florida Glass Screen
- Solar Screens
- Pet Screens
Fiberglass screens are the most common screens used for pool cage applications. These screens are very durable and can last up to 8 years if taken care of properly.
The most common is a product made in the U.S. by a company called Phifer. These fiberglass screens come in different mesh types depending on the application you desire.
18 x 14 Fiberglass Mesh Screens
This type of pool screen is great for insect screening for your pool or patio. These fiberglass screens are built to protect against most insects and withstand windblown debris so you can enjoy a pest-free day outside. Call Pool screens R Us – 863-547-4210 for a free quote
No-See-Um Screening (20 x 20)
Small insects (no-see-ums) cause problems for homeowners. NO-SEE-UMS insect screens are designed with homeowners in mind to protect against most of these pesky pests. Protect your home and learn more about our NO-SEE-UMS screens. Call Pool screens R Us – 863-547-4210 for a free quote
TuffScreen® Heavy-Duty Mesh Screen
If you need a stronger, more durable insect screen, TuffScreen is for you. The heavy-duty, vinyl-coated insect screen is pet resistant and built to last. Shop our selection of TuffScreen insect screens for your windows and doors or your patio. Call Pool screens R Us – 863-547-4210 for a free quote
Florida Glass Screens
Florida Glass screen is a laminated screen used in pool enclosure cages around the bottom to keep out grass clippings and bugs: You can also use this custom screen material in sections of the pool enclosure cage for privacy as well. This custom screen product is the same as the heavy mesh used for the pool and patio screens with the addition of plastic laminate to protect against the elements.
Not sure what size of custom screen you need? Call Pool screens R Us – 863-547-4210 for a free quote
Solar screens is a dark, tightly woven mesh that goes outside your porch or patio’s frame. The mesh’s pattern deflects the sun’s brightness to prevent glare and UV damage on your porch or patio. These solar screens can block a significant amount of heat from warming up your property. They don’t completely remove sunlight from your porch, they only take away the sun’s harmful effects to make it more pleasant to be outside. Call Pool screens R Us – 863-547-4210 for a free quote
Pet screen is made from vinyl-coated polyester which means that it is seven times stronger than fiberglass and aluminum screening material; pet screen can withstand claws, teeth, and other stresses that pets put on screens, making them perfect for replacement window screens and screen doors. Call Pool screens R Us – 863-547-4210 for a free quote
Pet Doors For Your Pool Screen Enclosure Cage
Yes, we also install pet doors, and even though we love and enjoy our pets, they are a lot of responsibility. So what can we do to ease that responsibility and still offer our pet the option of going outdoors? A pet door in the lanai, patio or pool cage enclosure gives pets the joy of being protected, and able to go out and do their business, yet frees the pet owner from having to be their doorman continually.
A screened-in porch with a pet door is the perfect solution for homeowners who want to keep their furry friends close but not too far away. Not only does this provide an easy way into your home, it also keeps other critters out should they happen in the yard!
How to Make Your Own Pet Screen Door
Let’s Not Forget About Painting and Fasteners For your Pool Enclosure
Fasteners get rusted and need to be replaced. The pool enclosure cage itself gets oxidized and needs to be power washed and painted. At Pool Screens R Us we can give you an estimate on the full-service needs of your pool cage enclosure. Read More