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By: FABRITECH | Created 10/11/2019

To live on a house in Florida without a lanai or porch is not complete especially if you may have said,’ ‘Living in Florida is like living your dream.’ Considering its location under the tropical climate and simple lifestyle living, one has found the elusive, simple contentment and happy living most people are searching for.

A house with a screened-in lanai or an enclosure deck, are essentially important for people who enjoy cherishing moments of contemplation, privacy and the abode of peace.  In conceptualizing and making it a reality there are certain factors to consider when building a screened-in lanai.

PART OF THE HOME.

Before having Fabri-Tech build your screened-in lanai it is essentially important to bear in mind to plan carefully the design of the lanai. Properly designing it in a way that it is just an extension of the house, it has to be in balance as a whole of your property. Try to plan out the steps in such a way making it comfortable and relaxing, beautiful and most of all tranquil as possible.

VIABLE PROTECTION.

A screened-in lanai protects against out-of-door elements like sunlight exposure, rainwater droplets, insect stings, and other outdoors unwanted substances. Unfortunately, a screened-in lanai is not fully impenetrable against burglary, but it may serve as an extra layer of entry protection into your home.

FLEXIBLENESS.

With modern technology, you can transform your screened lanai to be adjustable to different settings. For example, you can have an open-air setting by using folding screens to open the enclosed space. Another is by setting up shades and window treatments over the porous screens both either for stormy or summer seasons.

IDEAL VIEW.

One of the priorities to give importance and not to neglect is the view. You may design your screened-in lanai by functionality but it has to have a taste of elegance and style. Nothing beats scenery that gives tranquility and peacefulness.

Make it happen today, and fulfill your dream. Get the expert and qualified screened-in lanai professionals, call Fabri-Tech at 1-800-281-1289 or 239-772-9825.

We offer FREE ESTIMATE for services like screening and rescreening of a lanai screen enclosure, lanai screen repair, pool enclosures, front entries, screen rooms, insulated and pan roofs, carports, gutter replacement and even hurricane bracing. Or simply visit our service areas for Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Port Charlotte, North Port, Venice, Estero, Punta Gorda, and Lehigh Acres, FL.

By: PALM BEACH ALUMINUM INC | Created 10/31/2018

Swimming pool enclosures or pool cages, are popular choices in Florida. Offering countless benefits to pool owners. But before take a decision you need to consider the pros and cons of adding a swimming pool enclosure to your backyard!

Pros of Swimming Pool Enclosures

Better security.

It makes your outdoor living area more secure, along with your home. It’s easy to lock to help dissuade intruders and provides you with a little more peace of mind knowing it’s there.

More swim time.

You can also install a pool heating system. It makes the perfect combination, giving your family and guests significantly more swim time, particularly when the weather turns chilly.

Less maintenance.

Those pesky leaves that blow from your neighbor’s trees day in and day out won’t make it into your pool anymore. You’ll spend much less time skimming the surface, having to scoop out all leaves every couple of days.

Sunlight protection.

A pool screen enclosure will provide you with more UV sunlight protection. While many people love being able to soak up the sun and lay out sunbathing, it’s just not healthy for your skin. It will help mitigate those harsh UV rays.

Insect and pest repellent.

When you have a pool screen enclosure, you have a ready-made, always available, insect and pest repellent. It will keep mosquitoes, bees, wasps, and other pests away from your pool and your home.

Withstands strong winds.

Pool screen enclosures are built strong, strong enough to withstand heavy winds. So, if a big storm does roll through the area, the birdcage will survive the inclement weather.

Cons of Swimming Pool Enclosures.

Limited Landscaping Options:

You are limited with the type of landscaping you can do. Providing a lot of shade, many plants cannot survive without sunlight. Enclosures also tend to take up a lot of yard space, reducing the amount of grass significantly.

Chilly Pool Water:

Your pool water can become chilly. The limited exposure to the sun doesn’t allow for the use of solar pool covers, which are energy efficient and cost effective. However, there are other heating options like gas and heat pumps.

Price:

Installing a pool enclosure adds an extra expense as a pool owner. This is something to take into consideration when deciding whether or not this is the right option for you.

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