If you have had a pool for quite a while, it could be time to replace the enclosure screen. Whether their nominal lifespans are five or ten years, screens will degrade over time. A deteriorating screen will no longer provide the same level of protection and comfort, detracting from the entire pool experience.

Replacing the screen yourself is a risky and difficult task, thus rescreening should be left to the pros. Simultaneously, understanding rescreening will enable you to select the best solution accessible. Here’s everything you need to know about rescreening a pool enclosure.

  • When should you rescreen?

When parts of the screen begin to sag or some panels begin to collect bugs and debris, it is time to rescreen. Bug-catching panels have loosened strings that are about to break apart, and drooping panels indicate that they are not adequately secured in place. Years of exposure will invariably result in this type of damage.

Should I only replace the worn panels?

You may be debating whether to replace the troublesome panels while leaving the others alone. However, replacing the complete screen is far more cost-effective than catching individual loose panels. Furthermore, if one of the screen panels begins to deteriorate, the others will quickly follow. Replacing them necessitates many service calls, each with its own set of charges.

  • Select the appropriate screen.

Once you’ve decided to rescreen an enclosure, make sure to contact the appropriate professional. Each organisation will have its own price, but accepting the lowest offer may come back to bite you. A screen with a longer warranty is absolutely worth the extra money. Polyester screens may persist for 20 years or more, much outlasting other materials. It is advised to avoid Artisan screens because their quality is low.

  • Get adequate bug protection.

Small insects will disrupt anyone’s poolside vacation. As a result, the enclosure screen must provide complete bug protection. Request a no-see-um screen. The thick Phifer mesh will keep most bugs outside of the pool enclosure at all times and away from any pool users.

  • Reinstall the enclosure fasteners.

If you’re rescreening, consider replacing the enclosure fasteners as well. Cheaper fasteners are composed of metal and can rust over time, and replacing them without rescreening can cost more than rescreening the enclosure. Combining the two procedures can greatly reduce repair expenses. Newer fasteners are constructed of more robust materials and will keep the screen in place even in high gusts.

  • Get the right service

Rescreening a pool enclosure necessitates skills and experience. Ascertain that the organisation replacing your screen is familiar with all of the necessary task specifications. There are a lot of unqualified screen businesses out there, so do a thorough background check.

Pool Screen R US‘s professionals are here to help, whether you need a patch or a full-screen repair. Any screen tear or damage can be repaired by us. We can address a screen on the Florida Lanai or patio enclosure even if your space does not have a pool. Screen doors are also serviced by us!

Why Choose Us?

  • Competence in service and workmanship
  • Pricing that is reasonable
  • Quality services
  • We guarantee & warranty our work
  • Special discount – Call for an online special
  • Estimates are provided free of charge if you have more than 16 years of experience.
  • Senior citizens receive a discount
  • Military discounts are available.

So feel free to contact us for all of your screening requirements. We can repair your screen whether it was broken by a child, an animal, or a tree. We can gladly come and give you a price on anything from a minor repair to a complete screen replacement. Get a quote from your local store today!


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