Color is and always will be a matter of personal preference. There are no exact rules unless your homeowners association stipulates your pool cage, front entry or patio enclosure be a specific color.

Essentially pool cages and enclosures come in either white or bronze. Many people assume that a white pool cage will blend in more but actually the opposite is true. A bronze structure will blend into your landscape and background far more than a white structure will. On the other hand, many like white to match the trim, fencing, railing or the clean architectural look.

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Most newer subdivisions and golf course homes are now using mostly bronze structures and stipulate so in their master plans, individual properties and existing homes differ greatly and it remains a matter of personal preference. As an example, Key West style homes and many waterfront properties often choose white anodized aluminum for their enclosures.

This may not have helped you choose the color of your pool cage, but it will give you some food for thought and perhaps be more aware when you are out and about or visiting friends and family. Usually your existing home and surroundings will help you make the right choice. If you still are having trouble deciding one of our sales professionals can show you many examples and help you make the right decision for your individual property. Servicing greater Sarasota and Florida’s Gulf Coast.

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