Houston Rescreening Services
Rescreening your pool is a great investment and protecting your pool for future use. If it’s worn down and they’re showing holes then it might be time to look into replacing the enclosure screen. Screens will degrade over time, whether their nominal lifespans are five or ten years. A deteriorating screen won’t offer the same protection and comfort and will detract from the overall pool experience.
What Do You Use For Rescreening?
We use Phifer Screens for our Rescreening. Our high quality Phifer Screens last 10-12 years.
Should I Replace Just The Worn Panels?
You might be wondering whether to replace the problematic panels and leave the rest. But it’s much more economical to replace the entire screen than to catch individual loose panels. Furthermore, if one of the screen panels is starting to wear out, others will soon follow. Replacing them means having to get multiple service calls done one after another, accumulating costs.
Get Proper Protection Against Bugs
Small critters will ruin the poolside experience for anyone. Therefore, the enclosure screen must provide all the protection against tiny bugs. Ask for a no-see-um screen. The thick Phifer mesh will make sure that most bugs are outside of the pool enclosure at all times and away from any people at the pool.
Choosing The Right Screen
Once you’ve decided to do an enclosure rescreen, be sure to contact the correct professional. Each firm will have its price, but taking the lowest offer might come back to haunt you. A screen with a more extended warranty is definitely worth the higher budget. Phifer screens might last 10-12 or more years, a lot longer than other materials. It would be best to stay away from Artisan screens, as their quality is subpar.
Rescreening a pool enclosure takes experience and proper qualifications. Make sure that the company replacing your screen knows all the correct standards for the job. There are many unqualified screen companies, so conduct a proper background check.
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