Pool enclosures often require the construction of a large, sprawling structure to provide adequate space for both the pool and occupants. As square footage rises, so will the project’s cost. Often times, the cost of glass makes enclosing a pool seem like a financially daunting task. The most cost effective option for a pool enclosure is polycarbonate, or a mix of polycarbonate and glass.
Polycarbonate is available with an anti-drive coating that carries the condensation away from roof to prevent droplets from continuously raining down on occupants in hot, humid enclosures.
Pool enclosures that are surrounded by potential impact hazards have the additional concern of glass potentially breaking and falling into the water. Polycarbonate is highly impact resistant, eliminating concerns for the safety of those enjoying the pool.