Pool Enclosure: The Unexpected Health Benefits

Keep Your Family Safe When Outdoors

The Pool Enclosure has just become a tool to help fight tropical born diseases. Mosquitos are the worst. We can all agree on that, right? Did you know that in addition to mosquitos level of pestering, the also spread diseases.

The structural security found in adding a pool enclosure has many benefits! Not only are pool enclosures a great addition aesthetically, they also keep unwanted pests, rodents and insects from intruding during swimming sessions or while you’re entertaining guests. Did you know that Mosquito-borne diseases are diseases that can be spread through the bite of mosquitoes. These diseases may be caused by a virus, also known as arboviruses, or can be caused by parasites. Several of the mosquito species found in Florida are capable of transmitting diseases to humans, horses, and other animals. Symptoms of these illnesses can range from mild to very severe. Mosquito-borne diseases found in Florida include West Nile virus disease, Eastern equine encephalitis, and St. Louis encephalitis. Many other mosquito-borne diseases are found in different parts of the world, and can be brought back to Florida if infected people or animals are bitten by mosquitoes while in Florida. Some examples of these diseases include chikungunya fever, dengue fever, malaria, yellow fever, and Rift Valley fever.

So how exactly do pool enclosures help? Well, homeowners in Florida know that this time of year can produce tons of rain, which usually equates to pooling which then become breeding grounds for mosquitos. Tropical storm and hurricane activity doesn’t help either. Since these dangerous diseases pose a major threat to you and your family, it’s important to prepare your outdoor living space before disease is spread. This can be done with the installation of pool enclosures, screen enclosures, porch screens or lanais. The patio and screened enclosures are often overlooked during disease prevention measures; however, as part of our community outreach program, it’s important to us that we give homeowners of Central Florida tips to prevent the spread of such disease. Give Florida Pool Enclosures a chance to evaluate the vulnerability of your screen enclosure (407)260-2800