Restoration of White Aluminum Pool Enclosure in Estero
Another popular service that we offer is a full rescreening of the pool enclosure. That is one of the first and most important things that we did for the restoration of this white aluminum pool enclosure in Estero.
First, we removed all the screen mesh that was worn out by time and by Florida weather. And then replaced it with an 18/14 Phifer screen. Now, if you’re thinking of having your pool cage re-screened because a couple of your screen meshes are all torn up, we urge you to go for a full re-screening instead of just changing the ones with visible damage for these good reasons:
Once your screen has a few tears, more are sure to follow.
Having a full re-screening is more financially practical than having your screen replaced individually.
Changing the old screens with quality and long-lasting ones will save you stress of needing to repair it in the near future
Another step for a solid restoration is replacing the rusty members of the structure, so that is what we did. We replaced all the old and rusty fasteners with stainless ones. We also installed 2 new hurricane cables for precautionary measures especially for hurricane seasons.
After updating and upgrading the important parts of the structures, we repainted the aluminum structure with the same color as before, which is white. We used hi-solids polyurethane sprayed electrostatically. Repainting it helped the enclosure to have a fresh and new appearance. This definitely tied the whole restoration process together.
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