Posted by JRon September 04, 2016 Pool Screen Repair, Videos /
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John’s Screen Service Wellington, FL 33414 Call John at 561-798-3132 for service.
Sheeting Screen Enclosure Vs Attach Every Panel. Screen each section separately vs using one piece of screen between the major top beams. This video shows you the difference. Pros and cons. Make sure you know.
Different guys rescreen or repair the top or roof of your pool screen enclosure using different methods. Some ways of rescreening are better than others.
It is very dangerous to work on the top/roof of your pool enclosure. Most beams are only 2 inches wide and the guy needs to balance on the beams as he replaces the screen. Be sure to check to see if the guys who are working on the roof or top of your pool cage are insured. If they are not insured and they get injured you may be responsible.
John’s Screen Repair Service
1210 Mystic Way
Wellington, FL 33414
Posted by JRon February 26, 2013 Pool Screen Repair, Videos /
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John has been in business 15+ years in Wellington Florida. He repairs and replaces screens on swimming pool enclosures, patios, windows, and screened porches. He also builds porches, and repairs damaged enclosures.
John’s business is licensed and insured in the state of Florida.
One of the big reasons people have screen enclosures over their pool is to keep the trash out of their pool. Of course, other benefits of having a screen enclosure is to keep the bugs out. You can open your doors and windows and enjoy the outdoors.
A pool screen enclosure, patio screen room or screened lanai is a good way to add space to your home at a much lower cost than putting an addition on your home. Recently a customer wanted to add a new enclosure only because she wanted to double the size of her house.
Back to the subject of keeping trash out of your pool. Having a screen enclosure is the best way to keep trash out of your pool but it is not the only way. Keep the trees trimmed that are near the pool and that will reduce the number of leaves and other trash that get into your pool
You may not think of dogs, cats, raccons, snakes and even alagators as trash but you do need to keep them out of your pool.
Another way to keep trash out of your pool is to put a pool cover over your pool. A pool cover does keep the water in the pool about 5 degrees cooler.
Keep your pool clean with regular cleaning and enjoy your outside space.
Call John at 561-798-3132 for help with any screen issues.