Over time, harsh weather, small animals, and other nuisances can damage or ruin your pool screen. When you notice that your pool screen isn’t working properly, it’s time to call CRA and learn more about screen repair in Sarasota, Florida. One question that homeowners often ask is whether they should restore or replace their pool enclosure. Find out the answer below!

Screen Condition

If you notice large, gaping holes in multiple areas of your enclosure, then replacement is the best option. However, professionals can generally repair minor tears and rips quickly and easily. It all depends on their size and number.

Signs of Wear and Tear

When deciding whether to restore or replace your pool enclosure, it’s best to do a quick inspection of it. You should replace the entire structure if you notice visible rusting, cracks, and other signs of wear and tear. The last thing you need is for a storm or high winds to knock over the weakened enclosure and cause damage. But if the rusting or damage is in a single small area, it’s possible to restore it instead of replacing the entire structure with a new model. It depends on the extent of the wear and tear. If you’re unsure how to assess the damage or wear and tear, leave it to the professionals and ask them to inspect your enclosure.

Old or Outdated Models

Old or outdated pool screens simply don’t provide all the benefits of newer models. Additionally, newer models often offer a better aesthetic fit for your home. If you want to upgrade your outdoor living area and your home’s appearance, then you’ll need to replace the entire enclosure. However, if you prefer a more vintage look, perhaps restoring the enclosure to its original condition is the best option. Assess your preferences to make your decision.

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