Add a Screened Pool Enclosure to Your Longwood Home

Something that makes every Longwood home a great place to live is having a pool to cool down in during those warm summer days. If you are the owner of a pool, then you know how much work it takes to maintain a clean pool. One of the ways that you can minimize the amount of cleaning that you have to do, and keep your pool in an incredible condition, is by having our team build a screened pool enclosure to minimize sun damage and the random debris that mother nature throws its way.

Central Florida Screens Is the leading screen enclosure in the Longwood area, and for good reason. We are able to constantly put the needs of our customers first, and do anything and everything that we can to provide them with the enclosure that they need to make the most of this new enclosed space. We sit down with you to figure out what your wants and needs are, and come up with ways to incorporate them into the design of your screened pool enclosure.

Types of Screen Pool Enclosures

One of the greatest things about these screened enclosures is the amount of design that you have control over. From the layout of the enclosure to the actual shape of it, we give you quite a few options so that you are happy with the end result of your space. Below are a few of the options that you’ll see when you start looking into the various roof styles that you can choose from.

  • Shed Style

This is a fantastic choice if there is a second story that you’d like to enclose as well. The enclosure will start off high, against the home, and slant down in a single angle toward the outside of the pool area.

  • Two Story Enclosure

These types of enclosures are tall enough to reach the second story of your home. Your space will feel open and larger because of the added space that this particular style adds. This also leaves the opportunity to grow ornamental trees, like banana trees, in your enclosure.

  • Hip

This screened enclosure will have an elongated peak and angles down on four sides. It looks like the roofs of many homes.

  • Mansard

This enclosure will have a flat main area and then will slant down on all sides to meet the walls of the enclosure.

  • Half Mansard

This is a very similar type of design to the mansard design, but rather than meeting the home with a downward slant, there is less of an angle and the roof is met with part of the flat roof.

  • Dome

From horizontal walls, the roof gradually rises and gently goes over to the other wall. This enclosure adds extra space as well and is a beautiful and simplistic roof.

A Team You Can Trust

Central Florida Screens is a team that is driven to providing high-quality work, and we love being able to do so. Our team works closely with you from the moment that you inquire more information about the process of the enclosure being built and installed, to years from now when you are in need of small repairs to the structure. You can always count on our team to provide you with the results that you want, and our drive to make every part of this process enjoyable is something that will carry into other areas of the process.

Supplemental Services for Screen Pool Enclosures

Screen pool enclosures aren’t the only things that we work on here at CFL Screens. There are a variety of other services that we offer to ensure your screen enclosures are always in incredible condition. Check out a few of the following that pertains to your pool enclosure.

Gutters

Repairs for Screen Pool Enclosures

Call our office today if you are interested in learning more about the screen pool enclosures that we have or if there are any other questions that you have. We would love to provide you with a quote on these services. Call our Longwood office at  407-995-6005 or reach out to us on our website.