Whether it's a crackling fire on a cool night, an oven for making pizzas, or a place for a family to gather, a fireplace is often viewed as a necessary staple for a home. In fact, a fireplace can even be a design focal point, especially in a room that doesn't have a lot of natural light. When a fireplace is used, it's easy to think of it as a background element, but it's clear that they require a significant amount of maintenance to keep them in good shape.
Most modern pool screen enclosures are made of durable aluminum or fiberglass framing and damage-resistant nylon screening materials. Although these materials are durable, they can suffer damage in the right conditions. Knowing the common causes of damage can help you either avoid broken pool screening in the first place or at least plan for the right repair after the fact.
1. Mold Growth
Mold and mildew is relatively common on pool screens thanks to the humid environment that surrounds most outdoor pool areas.