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Welcome to Our Pool Cages

Create a secure and enjoyable poolside environment with our Pool Cages. Keep debris and pests out while maintaining an open and airy feel. Explore our pool cage options designed to maximize your outdoor enjoyment.

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👍Benefits and Solutions of Our Pool Cages

Enhanced Protection: Our pool cages are expertly designed to keep out insects and debris, ensuring your pool area remains clean and enjoyable. Say goodbye to constant cleaning and hello to more leisure time.

Increased Safety: Offering an added layer of safety, our pool cages are ideal for families. They help to prevent accidental falls into the pool, especially for homes with young children and pets.

UV Ray Reduction: Enjoy your pool without the worry of excessive sun exposure. Our pool cages provide a shaded area, reducing harmful UV rays while still allowing you to bask in the natural light.

Elevated Aesthetics: Not only functional, our pool cages enhance the overall look of your outdoor space. With a variety of designs to choose from, they complement your home’s architecture, adding value and appeal to your property.

Pool Cage Styles

Flat Top

Flat top is just that, a completely flat surface for the roof with walls coming straight up to desired height then turning 90% to make the roof. This is one of the least desired plans but can still serve it's purpose when necessary, usually in case with no trees around and a large two-3 story home.


Sloped roof style usually ill show one side of the pool closest to the home/structure to be the highest point, in which will slope to the outward wall structure at a low point with the roof be sloped downward.

Mansard style

The mansard roof is the most popular screen enclosure roof. This style of roof slopes upward on all sides and has a flat, level midsection. Because of its design, the mansard seems more open than other roof styles and gives the impression of more space.


Like the mansard, a dome roof creates a sense of open space. It also adds curbside appeal because of its gentle slope and architectural design.


A gable roof, also known as an A-frame roof, has two sloping sides that create a triangle. This enclosure roof complements many homes in Florida because it shares the same roof design. It can stand alone and surround a pool or attach to an open patio that has a gable.


A hip roof is similar to a gable, but sloped on all sides up to a peak. This style is useful in heavily-wooded areas where there are concerns about leaves and debris accumulating on the roof.



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