We have discussed many times here on our blog why to get an enclosure in the first place. Enclosures have many benefits – from protecting kids, animals or debris falling into your pool to having a place to swim in, no matter the season. But what are the benefits of having an enclosure that fits all your wishes and needs? Why get a tailored enclosure?
Did you get a beautiful, spacious swimming pool but you are sad that you can only swim in it a few months a year? Did you design a beautiful porch in front of your home which is a perfect place for you to read, chill and relax but as soon as it gets cold you need to move inside?
While swimming pools are one of the most fun things on this planet, they do come with their potential risks. We’re not just talking about lobster-hued sunburns and swimmers’ ear. There is nothing more important than keeping your loved ones safe. We’re here to help keep your babies – human and fur-babies! – splish-splashing in safety all year long. What can one of our polycarbonate, retractable and lockable pool enclosures do for you? I’m glad you asked! Let’s talk benefits!
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but summer is coming to a close. Before you know it, autumn will be here in all its glory. Soon it will be time for Halloween candy, pumpkin spice everything, red and yellow leaves, and swimming. That is not a typo! With a pool enclosure, you can enjoy your swimming pool long after the long summer days are over!
As a pool owner, you know that maintaining your pool can be a lot of work and cost a pretty penny. You can protect your pool with a simply cover every night to maintain its temperature and try and keep debris out, but dirt and leaves still get in as the wind can blow your cover off.
Sometimes I just want to break out in song. When I think of sunrooms and sunroom pool enclosures, I want to start singing “Let the Sunshine in.” That’s because sunrooms do exactly that – they let the sun shine in, and it’s a glorious thing.
Swimming is a great thing to learn. It’s a valuable life skill to have, plus, it’s fun for people of all ages, especially kids. Getting your children involved in swimming at a young age is beneficial to their physical fitness and development, but safety should always come before fun and fitness.