There are a number of pool enclosure cost of operation you need to consider to reduce unnecessary expenses.

Some are avoidable while other are not.

The main factors that determine these costs include:

  1. Size of the swimming pool enclosure
  2. Location of the enclosure – type of weather, indoor or outdoor
  3. Design and complexity of the enclosure
  4. Number of times one uses the swimming pool

Let’s explore them in details. It will help you to cut on unnecessary expenses:

Size of The Swimming Pool

Basically, a larger swimming pool enclosure will imply a slightly higher cost of installation and maintenance.

Take for instance, a retractable swimming pool enclosure with an automated driving mechanism.

Definitely, a larger pool enclosure (e.g. 8m by 16m) will require more electrical energy than a small one (e.g. 4m by 8m).

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Larger swimming pool enclosure

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Smaller swimming pool enclosure

Other factors such as replacing parts or just regular maintenance procedures will be slightly expensive.

Location of The Pool Enclosure

The pool enclosure cost of operation is also determined by the weather.

Broadly, you can decide to have an indoor or outdoor swimming pool.

The good thing about indoor swimming pool is; quite a number of environmental factors can be controlled.

Be it fluctuating temperature, acid rain or hailstones.

This implies, an indoor swimming pool enclosure is likely to last longer than those installed outdoor.

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Swimming pool enclosure located in warm regions

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Swimming pool enclosures located in snow prone areas

Again, it is also a clear indication that an outdoor swimming pool enclosure will be more expensive to maintain than an indoor pool enclosure.

A number of environmental factors responsible for high operational costs include:

  1. Dusty environment, hence, regular cleaning.
  2. Acid rain due to industrial emission thus, glazing material may degrade with time.
  3. Fluctuating environmental temperature
  4. Natural calamities such as hurricane, strong wind or hailstones.

Design And Complexity of The Swimming Pool Enclosure

Design is another aspect that determines the overall cost of owning a swimming pool enclosure.

Polycarbonate sheets and aluminum rods can be fabricated to form any shape and design.

However, complex designs may increase pool enclosure cost of operations.

Opt for the best swimming pool enclosure design idea that fit you budget.

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The complexity of the swimming pool enclosure determines the total cost of the project

Why do I say so?

For example, a swimming pool enclosure may have automated ventilation systems.

That is, it may have temperature sensors calibrated to open and close ventilation systems automatically.

Another example is the remote controlled closing and opening systems.

Moreover, a complex design may require unique reinforcements too.

All these will only increase the cost of maintenance.

Unlike the simple designs that do not require high maintenance and operational costs.

Number of  Times People Use a Swimming Pool

This is a major concern, especially when it comes to how frequently you close and open the swimming pool enclosure.

Normally, this is associated with wear and tear, as the pool enclosure slides on the rails.

There are chances that this may reduce the overall life span of the swimming pool enclosure.

You should aim to reduce operational costs.

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Opening and closing may result in wear and tear.

As a general rule, try to monitor the weather first before you open or close the pool.

This will avoid the frequency of opening and closing the enclosure unnecessary.

Again, don’t form the habit of sliding the enclosure back and forth without any reason.

Swimming Pool Users

Swimming pool users will also determine the overall cost of operating an enclosure.

You must have rules and regulation regarding the use of your swimming pool.

Some of the activities pool users should avoid include:

  1. Hanging on the enclosure
  2. Tapping or knocking any section of the enclosure.
  3. Climbing on the pool enclosure
  4. Forcing it to open or close.
  5. Painting or scratching the surface

Observing all these is important to ensure your pool enclosure remains safe from any damage.

Conclusion

As you can see, these are simple factors we can control to avoid unnecessary expenses.

So, what is the right formula for reducing these expenses?

Go for a moderate size, understand the weather pattern, opt for a simple design and have rules that govern the general use of swimming pool.