Pool Enclosure Project #4279

Milwaukee, US

Project Details

  • Model Freestanding - D (3/6 Segment) - SDFS
  • Size 27.0 x 47.0 ft
  • Size: 27.0 x 47.0 ft

Pool Enclosure Project #4279

For above-ground pool. The pool enclosure is installed on a raised wooden deck. One side sliding door, 4 side and 2 gable end screened windows. Seven modules and 7 bays with R1 retraction. Top and one gable end in 10mm twinwall PC. All other glazing is 4mm clear transparent acrylic.

Testimonial

“We have had the pool enclosure for about two months (since early August). It was installed on the deck surrounding an above-ground pool. This set-up was the first of its kind for Libart. Libart worked with our deck builder to coordinate construction, and produced a beautiful finished product. Through the end on the summer we were able to enjoy the pool in the evenings without the threat of mosquitoes. Since I work during the day, the only time I can use the pool during the week is in the evenings. In the fall, the enclosure keeps in the solar heat, making swimming nice in the evenings, even when the outdoor temperature is in the lower 40’s.”

“We have lights inside the pool enclosure, so night time swimming is nice, even in the rain. We plan on using the pool into November, something you can’t usually do in Wisconsin. The enclosure keeps the pool cleaner, with no fall leaves to worry about. I have only vacuumed the pool twice in the two months we have had the enclosure. There is also less water evaporation with the enclosure closed. We keep the pool toys out on a shelf at the pool side. This makes it easier to use the toys and put them away. We don’t have to worry about covered storage. We also keep patio furnature inside, away from the weather. We will not have to worry about keeping a winter cover on the pool this year. Last winter the cover came off several times in the strong winter winds, despite being extensively staked down. In the spring, getting the pool clean and ready for use will be easier and earlier.”

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Posted on

October 1, 2013