Every storm weakens your screen enclosure, even if the frame and screen may look OK to you. Some very tall enclosures “rain” screws into the pool during a very strong storm. Be sure and take any screws out of your pool as soon as possible because the screws will quickly rust and could damage your pool.
As you can seen in the videos, storms can do some very serious damage to your pool, patio enclosure or lanai. If you are lucky, you may only need a little bit of screen repair done. If you are not so lucky, you may need to replace your entire screen enclosure. In any case, be sure and check over your screen structure for any needed repairs or adjustments. It could save you time and trouble later.
For screen repair service in Wellington Fl call John at 561-798-3132
Birds can make a big mess on your screen enclosure. For Help call John at 561-798-3132
Pigeons, ducks, and numerous other fowl; park themselves on the top of your screen enclosure and your roof. They not only make a mess but they tear the screen on your enclosure.
Even one hole in the screen can let in squirrels, raccoons and other birds. When birds and other animals get into the enclosure they make a mess on the patio deck, contaminate the water in the pool, and rip holes in the other screens, in an attempt to get out of the screen room.
This problem can go on for weeks, months or even years. Some birds are only seasonal, for a few months a year, but other birds are here all year round. Of course, squirrels, and raccoons are here all the time.
This problem can become expensive as well as keep you from enjoying your swimming pool and outdoor space covered by your screen room.
You will not only need to repair the damaged screens but to clean up your patio and decontaminate your pool.
This video will give you some ideas of what can be done to keep the birds and other animals out of your pool lanai.
For help Call John’s Screen Service 561-798-3132 for service in the Wellington Florida area.
Posted by JRon March 04, 2012 General /
Every season there are different things that you need to prepare. If you live in Florida you need to prepare for hurricanes at the beginning of the summer.
Preparing your pool for the swimming season is easy but it does take a little time and preparation.
If you do have a pool enclosure, screen room, patio or lanai your preparation will include checking to see if there are any tares, rips or holes in the screen. You will need to repair that section of the screen. You may be able to some of this repair yourself.
You will want to open up your home to enjoy the spring and summer air. Small animals, including cats, dogs, raccoons, snakes and even alligators have been known to get into the pool through a small hole. And of course, you would not want a neighbor child to wonder in and fall into your pool.
Call John for information and service on your pool screen enclosure. Serving the Wellington Florida area.
Wellington Florida, 33414. 561-798-3132
Posted by JRon October 12, 2010 General /
Remember Hurricane Andrew? It was the first hurricane of the season and occurred in October. We remember what a devastating experience that was. Everything was such a wreck, especially in south Miami and Homestead.
Even though Wellington was not devastated by Andrew, we still were affected. It was very scary for a lot of people. A lot of us went to the devastated area to help out.
So don’t let your guard down just because it seems the worst part of the hurricane season is past.
Refer to the September post for some tips about how to secure your screen enclosure.
There are also other tips in the other posts.
Have a good Halloween.
John’s Screen Repair Service 561-798-3132 Wellington FL 33414
Preparing your screen enclosure for a hurricane is important.
You need to look at the screws and bolts to see if they are rusty. Old rusty screws snap and fall out. This does not happen all at one time. But it happens that a few at a time fall out and at some point the structure comes apart.
You may have a lot of rusty screws but your structure seems fine. But then you get a stong wind or hurricane and it just comes apart.
So, check your structure for rusty screws and loose areas.
Secure your screen enclosure by replacing rusty screws and tighten up loose joints.