California has been faced with triple digit temperatures for several days now and there doesn’t appear to be any end in sight. How to enclose your swimming pool is something the swimming pool service contractors from A Clear Choice Pool & Spa Service in Menifee, California have been getting asked quite regularly.
A swimming pool enclosure might just make your pool experience more enjoyable, especially if it’s air-conditioned or has great cross ventilation that you’re enhancing with misting fans.
Another great reason to get a pool enclosure is for privacy. Do you feel like your neighbors are watching you every time you have a pool party or spend time with the family in the pool? Then an enclosure might be just what the pool contractor ordered!
How to enclose your swimming pool
Municipal laws in many areas of the country require a safety fence to be erected as part of the swimming pool construction. You don’t have to have a utilitarian chain link fence — in fact, that may not be accepted as it could be easily scaled. A swimming pool enclosure with a locking mechanism and other safety features serves the purpose of enclosing the pool and providing safety.
What is a pool enclosure?
It is a physical structure constructed to surround a pool. It could be a structure that completely encloses it or a roof over a pool — this latter type, however, will provide no safety layer. There are pool enclosures made of glass and steel to allow the sun to shine through. The glazed glass will protect you from the UV rays while still providing sunlight.
Here are reasons to consider having a pool enclosure constructed:
- To protect you from the prying eyes of neighbors.
- To keep people out when you’re not home.
- Potential insurance rate savings. Talk with your insurance agent to see if you’d reap any benefits.
- A pool enclosure adds a unique dimension of style to the pool and the landscaping.
- Pool owners living in areas of the country who don’t have a long swim season will benefit. A pool enclosure allows you to extend the swim season.
- A pool enclosure might increase the value of your home for resale.
- A pool enclosure will cut down on debris in the water and that will cut back on pool maintenance. A pool enclosure doesn’t mean you won’t have to test the water chemistry and add chemicals when needed and to vacuum the pool — it will just cut down on debris falling in.
Put your budget together and give us a call to talk about your swimming pool enclosure.
COVID-19 has not slowed us down — we are essential businesses and have been cleaning and servicing pools the entire time of the pandemic.