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Pros and Cons of Swimming Pools Enclosures.

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Published: 04/02/2018 by Home Pros Guide

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Swimming pool enclosures or pool cages, are popular choices in Florida. Offering countless benefits to pool owners. But before take a decision you need to consider the pros and cons of adding a swimming pool enclosure to your backyard!

Pros of Swimming Pool Enclosures

Better security.

It makes your outdoor living area more secure, along with your home. It’s easy to lock to help dissuade intruders and provides you with a little more peace of mind knowing it’s there.

More swim time.

You can also install a pool heating system. It makes the perfect combination, giving your family and guests significantly more swim time, particularly when the weather turns chilly.

Less maintenance.

Those pesky leaves that blow from your neighbor’s trees day in and day out won’t make it into your pool anymore. You’ll spend much less time skimming the surface, having to scoop out all leaves every couple of days.

Sunlight protection.

A pool screen enclosure will provide you with more UV sunlight protection. While many people love being able to soak up the sun and lay out sunbathing, it’s just not healthy for your skin. It will help mitigate those harsh UV rays.

Insect and pest repellent.

When you have a pool screen enclosure, you have a ready-made, always available, insect and pest repellent. It will keep mosquitoes, bees, wasps, and other pests away from your pool and your home.

Withstands strong winds.

Pool screen enclosures are built strong, strong enough to withstand heavy winds. So, if a big storm does roll through the area, the birdcage will survive the inclement weather.

Cons of Swimming Pool Enclosures.

Limited Landscaping Options:

You are limited with the type of landscaping you can do. Providing a lot of shade, many plants cannot survive without sunlight. Enclosures also tend to take up a lot of yard space, reducing the amount of grass significantly.

Chilly Pool Water:

Your pool water can become chilly. The limited exposure to the sun doesn’t allow for the use of solar pool covers, which are energy efficient and cost effective. However, there are other heating options like gas and heat pumps.

Price:

Installing a pool enclosure adds an extra expense as a pool owner. This is something to take into consideration when deciding whether or not this is the right option for you.