Types of Pool Screen Repair Service

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Even with proper care and maintenance, you will have to hire a pool screen repair service for your swimming pool enclosure at some point. Perhaps, you have a pool screen enclosure whose door has the look of wire mesh patches' quilt. Maybe you want to restore the beauty of your swimming pool enclosure. Well, you can do so by enlisting the right pool screen enclosure repair service.

Here are the major types of pool screen enclosure repair services to consider: 

Pool screen painting 

If your pool screen enclosure has an old look, give it a new look by painting it. When done properly, pool screen paining will make your enclosure look like you've just had it installed. The good thing about this type of pool screen repair is that it enables you to give your structure a new look without spending a lot of money. In fact, painting a pool screen enclosure will cost you less than 60 percent of its replacement cost. What's more, painting a pool enclosure takes lesser time. 

Rusty screws replacement 

If your screen enclosure, lanai or patio has rusted screws, you can have them replaced to give your structure a better look. The screws on your structure rust when exposed to chlorine-treated water and other environmental elements. Unfortunately, rusty screws give a pool screen enclosure an unappealing look. What's more, rusty screws loosen and eventually break. This affects the strength of the screen enclosure and its durability. If your pool screen enclosure has rusty screws, schedule a pool screen screws replacement appointment with experts right away. This will extend the lifespan of your structure. 

Broken door or window repair 

The door or window of your pool screen enclosure can be damaged. For instance, its frame can be in a bad condition. Somebody can accidentally tear a screen on the door or window of the pool screen enclosure. Basically, the door or window of your pool screen enclosure may need more than keeping rollers and track clean to function properly. That's one instance when you may have to schedule a pool screen repair service for your enclosure.   


If one or two panels of your pool screen enclosure are damaged, you need to hire experts to rescreen it. This entails removing the old spline and screening. Essentially, rescreening entails replacing the damaged panels with completely new screening products. This job should be done by experienced professionals to prevent damage to the screen panels that don't need repair. What's more, experienced pool screen repair experts know the right material to use for the repair job.


There are other types of pool screen repair that you may need depending on the age and condition of your enclosure. For instance, your enclosure may need the sealant around the major junctions to be fixed. If it has rotted wood fascia, it might be necessary to fix it. Essentially, you should pay keen attention to the condition of your structure and schedule repairs in a timely manner to prevent any damage from escalating.

If your pool screen enclosure needs repair, contact us now to discuss the most appropriate pool screen repair service for you! 

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Enclosure Rescreen

Whether it's a pool "cage" enclosure or a screened porch or patio, our services include everything you need to ensure a good job. We remove each piece of old screening and "spline" - spline is the rubber threading that holds the screen in. Every individual screen panel is replaced with new . We also check to ensure the "cage" is securely fastened to your concrete slab. We will install new screen door hardware and bug sweeps. We take pride in the fact that 99% of our pool enclosure projects are finished within one day.

Individual Panel Rescreening - If you only need a few panels rescreened, no problem! At Classic Rescreening, no job is too small for us.

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