Indoor Pool Enclosure: The Ultimate Guide

Today, I am going to show you how to add value to your pool by installing an indoor pool enclosure.

In fact, I recently installed one for my indoor pool and it’s just amazing.

I know you would wish to protect your indoor pools from unauthorized access or even changing weather conditions.

That’s why I have this guide here for you.

So, what exactly do we mean by an indoor pool enclosure?

Chapter 1: What is an Indoor Pool Enclosure?

Before anything, let us understand what we mean by an enclosure.

By so doing, it will be much easier for you to clearly get a picture of what an indoor pool enclosure looks like.

A pool enclosure basically refers to a structure built around a swimming pool for the purpose of enclosing it.

This can either involve a wall, a door or gate.

In simpler terms, we can refer to it as a swimming pool cover.

In our case, it is a pool cover constructed over indoors swimming pools.

Here is a good illustration of an indoor pool enclosure:

Indoor pool enclosure

Indoor pool enclosure

Indoor pool enclosures are quite beneficial in a number of ways that I am about to explain to you.

Chapter 2: Benefits of Indoor Pool Enclosure

Do you know why you should install an indoor pool enclosure?

Well, here are some of the convincing reasons:

Family enjoy swimming

Family enjoy swimming

· Extends swimming sessions

In general, pool enclosures are designed to purposefully lengthen your swimming pool activities.

This includes indoor pool enclosures which mostly serve the purpose of controlling the temperature around the swimming pool.

As we all are aware of, swimming pools located inside the building may be uncomfortable due to the lack of sunlight and the presence of cold temperatures.

This has been solved by installing indoor pool enclosures which can accommodate heating equipment that would rather generate heat around the swimming pool space making it more comfortable for pool users.

· Increases the value of your property

Here is what you need to know, an indoor pool enclosure is a property on its own.

Therefore, installing it in your swimming pool would otherwise increase the value at which your property stands.

And that’s not enough, your indoor pool enclosure would attract prospective buyers as compared to other swimming pools lacking one.

This, in turn, saves you the agony of tirelessly advertising and marketing your property.

· Heightens safety around your swimming pool

Many activities take place inside a building and so proper safety measures must be put in place in case of an inbuilt swimming pool in order to avoid accidents from occurring.

This can simply be done in one step; installing an indoor pool enclosure onto your swimming pool.

With that, not only will you ensure proper safety but also the privacy of the pool users will be at a better state.

· Adds some spark

Having a glassy and sleek design, an indoor pool enclosure quite transforms the overall appearance of a place to one classic look.

In most cases, they are manufactured using glass or polycarbonate sheets which actually seem to look the same.

What I mean is that it is not easy to differentiate the two as they are both transparent in nature.

However, I will explain more on this later in the guide.

Just stay with me to learn more.

The clear, transparent and reflective nature of glass brings about a classic look

· Curbs water evaporation

Whether your swimming pool is located outside or inside a building, water evaporation is bound to take place during hot weather seasons.

During this time, evaporated water is lost into the atmosphere.

However, installing a pool enclosure immensely controls this by creating a barrier on top of the pool thus the evaporated water cools on the pool enclosure roof and later drops back into the swimming pool.

· Enhance transmission of light

One thing for sure is that polycarbonate sheets have the capability of transmitting light to as much as 85% – 91%.

This makes them one of the most popular types of pool enclosures used by many in recent times.

And that’s not all, there are several other reasons as to why you should consider using polycarbonate sheets.

I will expound more on this later in the guide, keep reading.

From the information above, we can undoubtedly conclude that indoor pool enclosures are quite an important accessory to have.

Chapter 3: Main Parts of Indoor Pool Enclosure

An indoor swimming pool enclosure is an assembly of many parts and components.

Obviously, the number of parts will vary depending on the design and shape of the pool enclosure.

For the scope of this section, I will focus on the main parts that are common in most pool enclosures.

1. Cover or glazing

The cover or glazing is one of the most vital parts of any type of pool enclosure.

It actually occupies around 90% of the entire swimming pool enclosure.

So, what exactly is glazing?

In simple terms, this refers to the glassy material that forms the walls of the enclosure.

Have a look at this;

Cover

 Cover

The arrow points to the glazing part of the pool enclosure.

This particular part can either be made of glass or polycarbonate panels.

I some way, both glass, and polycarbonate very much resemble each other as they are all transparent in nature.

However, there are slight differences that will help you distinguish between the two.

First, glass is not only heavier but also more expensive as compared to polycarbonate.

To add on that, glass is not as versatile as polycarbonate meaning, it cannot be made into different designs and shapes.

Not forgetting that polycarbonate sheets are much more affordable as compared to glass.

Did I mention that polycarbonate sheets have a greater thermal-insulation property?

Well, if you are looking forward to minimizing your heating costs, then you should pay much consideration to the polycarbonate sheet.

2. Rail or track system

For any pool enclosure to have a rail system, it has to have wheels.

The rail system is basically the path on which the wheels roll on as you open or close your telescopic pool enclosure.

Here is a good example of an enclosure with a rail system;

Rail or track system

Rail or track system

This doesn’t apply to all swimming pool enclosures.

Instead, we have those that are opened and closed through a sliding technique.

Have a look at this;

Rail or track system

Rail or track system

3. Pool enclosure structure

A pool enclosure structure is an important section that holds the cover or glazing material.

It is made from wood or extruded aluminum.

However, I recommend indoor pool enclosure with an extruded aluminum structure.

Why do I say so?

Most indoor swimming pool enclosures feature 6063 T5 aluminum frame.

Good examples are Excelite swimming pool enclosures.

Such pool enclosures can:

  • Withstand high wind speed
  • Carry heavy load
  • Superior corrosion resistance even for seawater with a corrosion rate of 0.018/yr.
  • Serve you for more than 25 years
Fixing aluminum frame

Fixing Aluminum Frame

And by the way, before I forget, let me quickly mention something on indoor pool enclosure covers (I hope it is not too late).

Pool enclosure cover has different classifications according to; size, opening mechanism, materials used among many others.

If you own a swimming pool, then a pool enclosure cover would be a great accessory to include as it comes with a lot of benefits not limited to;

  • Providing security as well as the privacy of the swimming pool users
  • A pool enclosure cover adds value to the property
  • Prevents foreign materials from entering the swimming pool

These are just some of the many benefits that come with a pool enclosure cover.

4. Indoor pool enclosure door

In order to fully secure your pool enclosure, you need to have a door in place.

By so doing, you will not only prevent the occurrence of accidents but also properly secure your swimming pool area.

You can choose to have your door installed by a professional or install it by yourself as it is a simple task especially if you are a handy person.

Installing a door will enable you to control who enters or leaves the pool enclosure allowing you to monitor kids’ movement around the swimming pool.

This, in turn, reduces the occurrence of accidents around the swimming pool.

Kid drowning in a pool

Kid drowning in a pool

5. Locking mechanism

In order to make sure that your door is fully secured, a locking mechanism must be installed.

So, what exactly do we mean by a locking mechanism?

This refers to an accessory fixed on doors that are either opened or closed using a key or pattern.

Here is a good example of a lock illustrated by the arrows;

Locking mechanism

Locking mechanism

There are several types of locks that you can choose to use for your indoor pool enclosure not excluding;

  • Latch lock – It achieves closure by joining separate surfaces together.
  • Water resistant lock-As the name suggests, water-resistant locks are capable of enduring harsh weather conditions.
  • Wing handles- They are one of the common types of locks. They comprise a handle that facilitates opening and closing of the enclosure and a lock fixed just beneath the handle.
  • L and T locks–Basically, this lock consists of L lever handles and T lever handles whereby one part contains the lock while the other is the handle.
  • Cam locks– They are designed in a manner that a rotating locking handle is fixed on one side of the lock while the opposite side consists of the actual lock.
  • Radial pin tumbler locks–Has cylindrical pins that prevent anyone from opening the lock with a different key.

All these locks are appropriate to use in any type of pool enclosure.

In case you experience difficulties in choosing the right lock, I’d advise you to consult a design engineer in your local area to help you come up with the best lock for your pool enclosure.

Chapter 4: What’s the Best Material for Indoor Pool Enclosure

People ask me this every day – Which material can you recommend for an indoor pool enclosure?

Well, my answer is always simple and straightforward:

· Solid Polycarbonate Material for Indoor Pool Enclosure

One of the most common types of material used when installing the glazing material of your enclosure is solid polycarbonate sheet.

However, you have to keep in mind that there are two varieties of polycarbonate sheets.

Aside from the solid polycarbonate sheet, we also have hollow polycarbonate sheets (thou I don’t recommend this).

The difference lies in the design of each one of them in that a hollow polycarbonate sheet has air spaces between the sheets while the solid one lacks.

Compare and contrast these two accessories as shown below;

Solid polycarbonate sheet

Solid polycarbonate sheet

But here is what most manufacturers won’t reveal to you.

Solid polycarbonate enclosures are the best if you are living in areas of harsh weather conditions as it is much stronger as compared to the hollow polycarbonate.

In our case, you don’t have to make such weather considerations as your pool enclosure will be installed indoors.

How cool!

Also, remember that most if not all indoor pool enclosures are fixed.

Meaning, you cannot effortlessly open or close the pool enclosure through pushing or pulling of enclosure panels.

Anyway, back to our topic, why should you use a solid polycarbonate sheet?

  • Solid polycarbonate sheets are durable- They are designed to last for more than 25 years if well-kept.
  • Polycarbonate is a strong material- This implies that it is able to withstand harsh weather conditions all year round not excluding withstanding snow weight.
  • It’s easily versatile – Due to this property, solid polycarbonate sheets are modified into different designs.
  • Higher strength and impact resistance – Did you know that solid polycarbonate sheet can withstand 900psi as compared to glass which can only withstand 225psi? Well, now you know. This makes them a suitable option when installing pool enclosures in tornado prone areas.
  • Reduced installation costs – This comes without saying due to its flexible nature. As compared to glass, polycarbonate has a lightweight and not fragile meaning that it would be easier to work with.
  • Reduces maintenance cost – Solid polycarbonate material is designed to not only save on heating expenses but also reduce water loss.

This in turn positively affects the cost of maintenance as you will require little to no extra heating.

From the information, we see that a solid polycarbonate material would be the best material for your pool cover.

And this is not all, you can choose to use glass instead.

The reason as to why I’m not advocating for this is that glass is not only expensive but also fragile.

Transporting glass would attract an extra fee as compared to polycarbonate sheet owing to the fact that it has to be handled with extra care.

To add on that, glass is neither durable nor versatile.

It is prone to cracks and breakage making it unfit for public pools where kids are in large numbers.

This brings us to the reason as to why polycarbonate enclosures are very common as compared to glass enclosures.

· Extruded Aluminum for Indoor Pool Enclosures

When searching for a material to use for your framing, you have three choices to make.

You can either choose to use steel, wood or aluminum.

All these materials are good to use depending on your theme.

However, here is what I have to say about each one of them.

First, using wood can be tricky considering that it will be much exposed to moisture and it is a good water absorber, furthermore it is highly subjected to rotting.

As if that’s not enough, wood is prone to be consumed by termites.

Nevertheless, you can prevent this by following the simple steps that I am about to explain to you.

Extruded Aluminum

Extruded aluminum

First, if you want to prevent the wood from rotting, then I advise you to paint it first before performing the installation.

By doing so, you create a coating that makes the wood waterproof preventing water absorption from taking place.

Secondly, in order to prevent termites from infesting on your wooden pool enclosure, you have to consider using pressure treated posts.

Again here, you can choose to make use of weather resistant wood.

Which are these weather resistant wood?

They include redwood, cedar, teak, bald cypress just to mention a few.

You don’t want that.

If your enclosure is located in the woods, then installing a wood enclosure would be a great idea just so as to match the natural theme of your surroundings.

However, the better side of using extruded aluminum is that it is neither prone to rusting nor rotting.

Pool enclosure frame

Pool enclosure frame

And this is not enough, extruded aluminum possesses certain chemical properties which are the reason behind its durability.

Not forgetting that extruded aluminum is environmentally friendly and a strong metal as well.

So, what’s the bottom line here?

Extruded aluminum is the best framing material to use for your pool enclosure regardless of the few drawbacks that come with it.

Chapter 5: Indoor Pool Enclosure Quality Test – Know the Right Standards for Your Pool Enclosure

For you to affirm that your indoor pool enclosure meets the desired quality, you will need to conduct a few tests on it.

By doing this you will be guaranteed much safety when using the swimming pool.

Collapsed swimming pool enclosure

Collapsed swimming pool enclosure

A high-quality indoor pool enclosure must withstand all adverse weather conditions.

Look at this:

Pool enclosure withstand snow

Pool enclosure withstand snow

Some of the test that you can conduct on your pool enclosure include;

a) Wind and Snow Pressure test

Performing a wind test on your enclosure can be of great importance especially in areas that are prone to adverse weather conditions such as hurricanes and heavy snowing.

Here is what you need to know, most low profile pool enclosures are much more resilient to high wind as well as snow pressure.

Like for instance, the model F low profile pool enclosures have been passed the wind and snow pressure test.

What I mean by this is that they have been proven to bear up a wind speed of 230km/hr as well as the weight of 900kg distributed with a 1.5m radius.

b) Sound barrier test

Having to deal with a noisy environment in your workplace or home can be quite annoying.

This is why you will need a piece of sound insulation equipment to filter out the noise.

Tests conducted have proven that modified acrylic sheet of 15mm and 20mm is capable of reducing 32db and 25 db noise more so if the roof of the modified sheet is curved.

Other recommended sound insulator is polycarbonate sheet which is a commonly used glazing material.

c) Strength and impact resistant test

Indoor pool enclosures constructed using polycarbonate sheet have proved to have a higher impact resistance than glass enclosures.

So, this is exactly what I mean.

Enclosures made from polycarbonate are capable of withstanding 900 psi as compared to glass which can only bear up 225 psi.

Chapter 6: Indoor Pool Enclosure Design Ideas

When you want to install an indoor pool enclosure, you can choose from many design ideas.

You’re at liberty to choose one that matches specific needs or architectural design of your house.

Let’s have a look at some indoor pool enclosure design ideas:

· Roofing Designs for Indoor Pool Enclosures

Swimming pool enclosures come in different roofing designs giving you a wide range to choose from.

Here is a quick preview of some of the most common roofing designs;

roofing designs

Roofing designs

As you can see, some of them such as the hip style much resemble roof designs of most homes.

· Mansard roof

There is a good reason as to why mansard roof design has greatly dominated the market.

Having two slanting sides that meet a flat surface at the top, mansard roof design forms the feel of a large area space.

Despite it being expensive to build, this roof design is considered much stronger as compared to the others.

The question remains, why is it expensive to install a mansard roof design?

First, this type of roof requires expert due to its complex nature.

In recent times, people skilled in repairing mansard roof are becoming scarce meaning it would also be a hassle searching for one.

Secondly, mansard roof design consumes a lot of materials not forgetting labor and this is the reason behind its costly nature.

Also, you have to keep in mind that maintenance would be a crucial part after installing it as the flat roof design is capable of accumulating snow or rainfall which might otherwise cause damages to your pool enclosure.

· Hip style

A hip roof design has all its sides sloping which converge at the top to form the ridge.

Under the hip roof design, we have other types of hip roof style such as; Half-hipped, Single hipped and Crossed hipped roof designs.

From the diagram above, it’s quite evident that hip roof resembles the gable roof design.

However, there exists a thin line between the two.

What I mean by this is that there is a slight difference that distinguishes a hip roof from a gable roof design.

With a hip roof design having all its sides slanted, a gable roof design has a flat surface from the roof down to the pool deck on its shorter sides.

· Gable roof

Gable roofs also referred to as A-shaped roof/ pitched roof are quite common in several homes.

Due to its raise up roof design, it is classified under high profile pool enclosures.

One reason why you should consider the gable roof design is that not only is it cheaper but also easier to build.

· Sloped Roof

Just as the name suggests, a sloped roofing design has a slanting side that is attached to a wall or building.

In our case, the sloping side will be attached to a wall inside the building.

The slope roof design is considered much affordable as compared to other roofing styles such as mansard making it more preferred by several home or commercial owners.

· Flat roof

A flat roof design has a leveled roof surface just as illustrated on the diagram above.

In as much as you might find them less attractive, a flat roof design might actually be the only option under these circumstances;

If you are working on a budget, then this might be the ideal choice for you as not only is it affordable but also simple to construct.

In fact, with a flat room design, your heating costs will be greatly minimized.

And that is not all, flat roofs are more resistant to wind and offer better insulation due to their low lying roof.

In this case, they are classified under low profile pool enclosures.

· Dome roof

Last but not least, we have the dome roof style which takes a semicircular shape with an arched top.

It can either be classified under medium to high profile pool enclosure reason being it has the capability of accommodating extra furniture and other accessories due to its spacious design.

It’s with no doubt that dome roof design is one of the most attractive styles owing to its unique look.

However, dome roof design might be expensive to install as compared to the other types of roofing designs.

At this point, I believe you are now familiar with the types of roofing design that you can choose to introduce in your pool area.

Nevertheless, if you are still finding it difficult to make a choice, it’s better for you to consult your local roofing design specialist to help you come up with a perfect choice.

Fixed Indoor Pool Enclosure

As I highlighted earlier in this guide, fixed pool enclosures neither have a rail system nor a sliding mechanism to facilitate opening and closing of the enclosure.

They are mostly designed to have a door which facilitates all these functionalities.

Most of the high profile pool enclosures fall under this category.

Here is a good example of a fixed pool enclosure;

Fixed pool enclosure

Fixed pool enclosure

Retractable Indoor Pool Enclosure

On the other hand, we have the retractable or rather telescopic swimming pool enclosures which are quite the opposite of fixed pool enclosures.

As opposed to fixed pool enclosures, a telescopic pool enclosure is designed to be opened or closed with the help of a rail system.

This is achieved either by pushing or pulling the enclosure panels.

Sounds easy, right.

Now think of an enclosure that operates automatically with no effort required.

If you never knew this, now you know.

Retractable pool enclosure

Retractable pool enclosure

Such automatic pool enclosures operate just by a press of a button which gives you an option of either closing or opening your pool enclosure.

How cool is that?

However, it’s definite that you will have to spend more when purchasing it as compared to the other types of swimming pool enclosures.

Once installed, you can operate it from anywhere in the building.

Wall-mount Indoor Pool Enclosure

Wall mount indoor pool enclosure simply refers to an indoor pool enclosure that is attached to a wall inside a building.

Wall mount pool enclosure

Wall mount pool enclosure

Such pool enclosures are the best solutions if you want direct access to the pool from the building.

High Profile Indoor Pool Enclosure

With high profile pool enclosures, the roof is located higher above the swimming pool deck.

In other words, it gives you room to accommodate other accessories such as furniture around your swimming pool.

High profile pool enclosure

High profile pool enclosure

And that’s not all, you can also introduce plants of your desired taste inside the enclosure just so as to create a livelier environment.

High profile indoor pool enclosure are classified under the model G enclosures.

Low Profile Indoor Pool Enclosure

Low profile indoor pool enclosures are just quite the opposite of high profile indoor pool enclosure.

What do I mean by this?

I’m implying that the distance of the roof of a low profile indoor pool enclosure is much shorter from the pool deck.

Low profile pool enclosure

Low profile pool enclosure

In other words, it doesn’t give room for accommodation of furniture, plants or any other type of accessory due to its low lying roof.

But, here is the brighter side of such swimming pool enclosures; your heating costs will greatly be minimized.

Well, this is brought by the low lying roof which facilitates proper insulation.

Chapter 7: Indoor Pool Enclosure Cost – Here’s What You’ll Pay for the Enclosure

As compared to outdoor pool enclosures, indoor pool enclosures are much pricier.

This is because you will require to fit expensive ventilation to ensure free air circulation inside the enclosure.

Not forgetting heating equipment as the pool is located inside a building.

Pool enclosure prices

Pool enclosure prices

However, there are a number of factors that determine the cost of your pool enclosure.

  • Size of the enclosure- The larger the pool enclosure the costlier it is.
  • Size of the swimming pool- Same applies here, the larger your swimming pool the more it would cost you to install an enclosure.
  • Location – Some regions such as China manufacture the swimming materials making them be affordable in such regions.

So, how much would you pay for the enclosure?

On average, most swimming pool owners spend around $11000 to $15000 with the lowest priced pool enclosure costing $5000.

Again here, you can pay as much as $35000 but this shouldn’t scare you as most pool enclosures do not cost more than $12000.

As a matter of fact, the price keeps fluctuating from one locality to the other.

Addition of extra features such as heating system and use of special materials such as tinted glass or polycarbonate will definitely shoot the price of your swimming pool enclosure.

Also, keep in mind that glass enclosures are costlier than polycarbonate ones the cost ranging between $8500 and $36000.

At this point, I believe you are now in a position to consider what would work best as per your budget cost.

Chapter 8: How to Install Indoor Pool Enclosure

Installing an indoor pool enclosure is one of the easiest tasks.

In as much as it might sound like a huge process, I will simplify the procedures in a few steps that will make it easier for you to follow up.

Just stay with me to learn more.

Step 1: Gather the right measurements

Measure the entire swimming pool in order to know which size if enclosure to install.

Whether your swimming pool is a regular or irregular, your pool enclosure is designed to fit well according to the size of your pool.

Here is a good illustration;

Swimming pool designs

Swimming pool designs

The blue section represents your swimming pool while the surrounding lines show the pool enclosure.

From this illustration, you can clearly agree with me that the shape your swimming pool doesn’t matter when installing a pool enclosure.

Step 2: Study the pool enclosure parts

Carefully go through the manual in order to be oriented on the different accessories that come packaged with your pool enclosure.

The manual states the different components with the correct measurements and quantities that you are required to use.

Pay close attention to the bolts and the fastening equipment to use as most manufacturers don’t package extras in case of damage or loss.

Step 3: Clear the working space

By clearing the space, I mean that you should start by making sure the area that will be covered by the enclosure doesn’t have other materials such as desks, tables, chairs just to mention a few.

Step 4:  Fix the rail system

This is where the actual installation starts.

For any retractable pool enclosure to work efficiently, then you have to have a proper railing system.

However, this is not always the case as some pool enclosures are designed to be opened or closed using a sliding mechanism.

In order to have a proper understanding of what a rail system is, have a look at this illustration;

Pool enclosure rail system

Pool enclosure rail system

Start by marking the area on which you will position your rail system.

Having done that, position your pool enclosure in a manner that the edges settle on the longest side.

This ensures efficient operation of the enclosure when opening or closing it.

Have a look at this;

Ability to slid on both ends

Ability to slide on both ends

 On the other hand, a high profile pool enclosure will require wheels instead of the sliding mechanism.

Here is a good illustration of what you should be having;

High profile pool enclosure

High profile pool enclosure

 Step 5: Assemble your pool enclosure structure

This is the point where you will make use of the extruded aluminum or wood depending on your choice.

In our case, we shall work with extruded aluminum since it’s the best option.

Start by joining the different components together.

This is made much easier by the manual which clearly outlines which part matches the other and the fastening or loosening equipment to use.

As you progress, you realize that your structure starts to form.

At this point, you should have such a structure;

Assembling structure

Assembling structure

On the other hand, if you are installing a low to medium profile pool enclosure, then your structure should appear like the one shown below.

Assembling structure for low profile pool enclosure

Assembling structure for low profile pool enclosure

Note: Be cautious when handling the equipment as most manufacturers never package extras.

Again here, make sure you start by installing the smallest pool enclosure panel all the way to the largest one.

After getting done, your pool enclosure should at this point be able to work as desired.

Test whether the components are operating as you expected, if so then you are close to getting done with installing your swimming pool enclosure.

Step 6: Fix a door locking mechanism

As with any other type of structure, a door is a vital part not only in ensuring security but also privacy.

I can gladly say that this is the simplest process of them all.

Why?

You just have to follow the manual and fix a few components as stated and you will be done.

Take for instance a high profile pool enclosure.

You will install your door at one the shortest sides of the enclosure as illustrated below.

Locking mechanism

Locking mechanism

The circled part shows the locking mechanisms whereby we have the top one which should be positioned at a height of at least 1.5 meters from the pool deck.

Alternatively, if you are installing a medium profile pool enclosure, then your door locking mechanism should be positioned on the first frame of your enclosure (frame A) as illustrated below.

Locking mechanism for medium profile pool enclosure

Locking mechanism for medium profile pool enclosure

Once you are done, conduct a general test to ensure that your enclosure is fully operational.

If so, you are done installing your indoor pool enclosure!

Excelite Indoor Pool Enclosure

Being a leading polycarbonate sheet manufacturer for years, Excelite has now introduced swimming pool enclosures and due to its production of quality products, it has immensely attracted a huge market.

Not only does it supply swimming pool enclosures to Asia but also in Europe.

Not to forget that Excelite indoor pool enclosures come with a 15 years’ warranty, a good assurance that the product delivered is of high quality.

As a matter of fact, after sale services such as pool enclosure installation are offered after purchasing any of the swimming pool enclosures.

Make your order and your indoor pool enclosure will be delivered to you right at your doorstep in the shortest time.

Conclusion

With all this information, you can agree with me that an indoor pool enclosure is an important accessory for any indoor swimming pool.

At this point, I believe you are now in a position to make wise buying decisions as well as build your own indoor pool enclosure with much ease.

Given that manufacturers such as Excelite have made indoor pool enclosures available and affordable, nothing should hold you back from purchasing one and enjoying more comfort in your swimming pool space.

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