Yes, we do offer in-house estimates, it depends on the project type you are interested in for your home. Reach out to our team today to schedule an in-house estimate at (321) 652-1078.
Currently, we do not send a salesman out for a per-panel rescreen but we do offer per-panel rescreen quotes in the office. Reach out to our team today to schedule a per-panel rescreen estimate at (321)652-1078.
Over 20 years in business and over 30 years of combined experience amongst our team. Learn more about our team by visiting our about us page!
We are a family-owned and operated business, and while not everyone on our team is blood-related, we share a close-knit working dynamic that fosters exceptional customer service and care, treating you as an integral part of our extended family.
Yes, we do offer roll down motorized screens for Garage and Patio screens! Review more information about our Motorized Garage and Patio Screens.
Yes, however, it varies based on the repairs required. Most screen enclosures can receive new screens and screws with ease. Some pieces of aluminum can be replaced, but if the enclosure has taken significant damage, or is 30+ years old, it’s likely time for a rebuild. On average, we will usually do repairs if it is time for a full rescreen. Speak with our specialist today for more details (321)652-1078
Project timelines vary based on whether it is an entirely new enclosure or a repair. Speak with our team today for the most up-to-date timelines on all service projects.
We do not offer concrete repair services. However, we will rip up any damaged or cracked concrete and put new concrete down. Call us today at (321)652-1078 to learn more about our concrete services.
Most enclosures are qualified to have the rusty screws replaced. Schedule an inspection with our team today at (321)652-1078.
Typically a screen enclosure can last between 20-30 years, if not more. Lifespans depend on your exposure and care to your screen enclosure.
In most municipalities, yes. Generally, concrete pads that include a footer require an inspection.
If the pavers are receiving a footer below them, then yes, a permit is required. However, if there is already a footer in place you will not need a permit to install pavers. Speak with our team today for more information before beginning your project (321)652-1078.
If your entryway or porch has a roof then yes we would require a permit. If we are ever installing an aluminum roof we will require a permit.
We will only require a permit on a screen enclosure if we are building an aluminum roof.
Yes, we are fully licensed and insured! Read more about our reputable company by visiting our about us page.
Yes! We are a proud partner with Lyon Financial which has worked as a specialist in home improvement financing solutions since 1979.
1. Be certain that security systems and gates will allow us to enter the property.
2. Make sure that we have access to outdoor outlets to power our tools.
3. Trim back any landscaping to give us room to work.
4. Remove any decor and furniture from the area.
The longevity of a pool enclosure depends on the quality of the materials. The average lifespan ranges from 10 to 15 years, but the pool enclosure can last longer depending on the climate and level of maintenance.
Yes. An outdoor pool can be turned into an indoor pool by installing a pool enclosure. Install a high-height enclosure if you want plenty of room, and walk around under the enclosure.
A pool enclosure should be big enough to cover the pool. Some homeowners want the enclosed area larger than the pool to enjoy lounging or install landscaping.
Pool enclosures need to be cleaned regularly and inspected for issues with hardware, fasteners, panels, and doors.
A pool enclosure in Florida averages between $6,000 and $12,000, depending on the size, materials, and type. In metro areas throughout Florida, expect to pay between $5 and $15 per square foot for a screen enclosure.
A freestanding pool enclosure is a structure not attached to a home or another building. An attached pool enclosure has three walls and uses one wall of a home or other building to complete the enclosure.
A screen enclosure is an outdoor structure with walls and a roof made of screens or mesh to protect from insects and the elements.
Screen mesh is a material made of vinyl-coated fiberglass with small holes or perforations that allow air and light to pass through while preventing insects from entering.
No-see-um screen is a screen mesh type with tiny holes designed to keep out even the smallest insects.
A tuff screen is a vinyl-coated polyester screen that is more durable than a standard fiberglass screen. This material is typically used on larger screen openings called "picture windows."
Pet screen is the most durable vinyl-coated polyester screen. This material is typically used below the chair rail to prevent pets and wildlife from damaging the screen.
A chair rail is a piece of aluminum, typically 2" x 2", installed along the screen wall to protect chairs and other furniture. It also separates the top and bottom screen panels.
A kickplate is a sheet of aluminum plating installed along the bottom of a wall to protect feet and other objects.
Fasteners are components used to attach two or more objects, such as screws, nails, bolts, and rivets. Our fasteners have two coats of ceramic paint to protect the metal from rust and corrosion. We also offer stainless steel fasteners for longer-lasting and more durable installations.
Yes, screened pool enclosures are designed to be durable and long-lasting. The materials used, such as aluminum frames and high-quality screens, are chosen for their durability and resistance to weather elements. Properly maintained, a screened pool enclosure can provide years of reliable service.
Yes, in most areas, a permit is necessary when building a pool enclosure. Permit requirements can vary based on local building codes and regulations. It's essential to check with your local municipal authorities to determine the specific permitting requirements for your location.
Yes, there are various design options available for pool enclosures. The design can be customized to suit your preferences and complement the aesthetics of your home. Options include different frame styles, roof designs, and screen types. Our team can help you explore design possibilities based on your needs and make an informed recommendation.
The cost of a screen enclosure can be influenced by several factors, including the size of the enclosure, the type of materials used, the complexity of the design, and local labor costs. Factors such as including features like doors, windows, and specialized screens can also contribute to the overall cost.
Several types of windows, including vinyl and acrylic options, are suitable for sunrooms:
Vinyl Windows: These windows are known for their durability, energy efficiency, and low maintenance. Vinyl windows are resistant to rot and moisture, making them an excellent choice for sunrooms exposed to varying weather conditions.
Acrylic Windows: Acrylic windows offer excellent clarity and are lightweight. Sunrooms often use them to provide unobstructed views while maintaining energy efficiency. Acrylic windows are durable and resistant to shattering, making them a safe and reliable choice.
When choosing between vinyl and acrylic windows for your sunroom, consider insulation, maintenance requirements, and aesthetic preferences. Consulting with any of our specialist can help you make an informed decision based on your needs and home's aesthetics.