Transforming a Pool Enclosure with a Clearview Picture Window in Fort Myers - Gulf Coast Aluminum

Transforming a Pool Enclosure with a Clearview Picture Window in Fort Myers

When you go out to lounge by your pool, wouldn’t it be better if you could see as much of your outdoor views as possible? Unfortunately, some pool enclosures have too many vertical posts that hinder the view. It can still feel like you’re trapped indoors.

Our clients in Fort Myers wanted the front wall and left return wall of their screen enclosure switched out to a picture window, so they could enjoy as much of the outdoors as they can.

We converted the existing front wall with a clearview picture window with new vertical posts. This main load bearing wall is updated to the current building code, which means the structural integrity is sound enough to bear extreme weather. Less aluminum members also decrease the probability of damage from a hurricane.

While we were at it, we also used larger sized fasteners for optimal strength of the structure.

Now the whole family can enjoy their time in the pool without the unsightly view of aluminum members of their screen enclosure blocking the view.

After we finished their screen enclosure, we also screened in their front entrance.

They don’t have to deal with a million bugs welcoming them every time they go in and out of their home, and no more bugs entering their house when they open the front door.

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Corey Philip

Corey began working on screen enclosures as a teenager in 2004 after hurricane Charley devastated his home town of Punta Gorda. 7 years later, after holding positions from foreman, to sales, to project manager, while attending college at Florida Gulf Coast University, Corey and childhood friend Thomas Davis founded Gulf Coast Aluminum in 2011. With a focus on delivering an unparrelled level of service, the company has grown by leaps and bounds under their leadership. Today you’ll find Corey answering the phones In his free time Corey likes training for triathlons, running the trails at Ding Darling park on Sanibel Island, and of course, working on growing Gulf Coast Aluminum.