Pool screen enclosures come in all kinds of different shapes and sizes. However, they all have slightly different functionality in terms of their usage. For example, a state-of-the-art and fully motorized pool enclosure can be opened and closed with the touch of a bottom. Alternately, a manual closing one will require a lot of elbow grease to get it to work.
However, the most common enclosures are static ones that are directly installed in place and cannot be opened and closed. Such enclosures are extremely durable due to a lack of working parts and they also add a touch of glamor and elegance to your home.
The Hip Roof Enclosure
The average hip roof enclosure has a large and flat midsection at the roof. All the sides of the enclosure meet together at the same point. This makes the slopes of the pool enclosure look and seem much higher in comparison to most other types of pool enclosures out there. This design is both elegant and handy while providing optimal protection against the external elements.
The Slope Roof Enclosure
This type of enclosure is the ultimate hallmark of luxury and prestige. The sloping roof also gets rid of leaves, dust, and debris because they easily slide off the roof. It is a good design for areas that are subject to frequent rainstorms and high winds.
The price of the average pool enclosure differs from design to design. You will also need to keep in mind the size of the enclosure since it will have a direct impact on the overall cost. Finally, you should select the best quality materials to ensure that your enclosure lasts for a good couple of decades at the very least.