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Thank you for your interest in Florida Pool Enclosures. Our team has been building custom pool enclosures since 1996. We are family owned and veteran operated. Florida Pool Enclosures services most counties in Central Florida & Southwest Florida – including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Osceola, Volusia, Sumter, Port Charlotte, and Lee counties. If you have a question about pool enclosures or are looking for a FREE estimate – then fill out this form.

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We are proud to say that we have been building and installing custom built pool enclosures since 1996. Florida Pool Enclosures is one of Florida's most respected and highly reviewed pool screen companies in the industry – with over 20,000 jobs completed to date.


As a family & veteran owned and operated business with years of experience, a dedication to quality and a catalog of exemplary work, we offer premier products at affordable prices!

Custom built pool enclosure on a title roof home in Orange County, Florida.


Are you looking for a custom built pool screen enclosure for your home? Well, look no further, we are considered Central Florida's premium custom pool enclosure contractor.

Our work can be seen in Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Osceole, Volusia, Port Charlotte, Lee, & Brevard counties with over 20,000 jobs custom built and installed to fit the exact blueprint of each home.


Seamless experience with Florida Pool Enclosures. From Mike Jr.s near immediate replies to all my texts and 24hr turn around on my demolition to Mike Sr. checking in to schedule a date that worked around other contractors to DC making my drip line headache disappear... the ‘office’ knows how to treat a customer like a customer. The install crew was great. It was clear that they were very experienced. Super polite, worked efficiently and very tidy!


  • What is the benefit of a pool enclosure?
    Pool enclosures have three main benefits to homeowners. Pool enclosures keep debris out of your pool and pool system. These screen enclosures prevent unwelcome bugs, snakes, and pests from intruding in your outdoor space. Importantly in Florida, pool enclosures keep your pool cool in hot months.
  • What are screen enclosures made of?
    Pool and screen enclosures are very common in Central Florida because they are made of high grade aluminum alloy materials and the screen used is high quality and durable fiberglass/polyester mesh.
  • How are pool enclosures affected by hurricanes?
    All of our pool enclosures are built to withstand wind gusts in excess of hurricane force. We go through the rigorous process of having our enclosure designs approved by structural architects and inspected by local municipalities to ensure safety and integrity.
  • How are pool and screen enclosures built?
    Our process can be summed up in four steps: Estimate: We assign you a sales representative to walk and assess your desired screen enclosure area, who will then provide a cost estimate and timeline to installation. Engineering & Permitting: Once a contract is signed, our team will create an initial design concept, and send it to our structural engineer. Upon receiving the engineering stamp of approval, the project will then move to our permitting dept. where it will begin the process of zoning, planning and building approvals. Fabrication & Installation: Once all permits have been approved by your local municipality, we will then schedule a final measurement to ensure an exact fit for your project. Our in-house fabrication team will custom build your pool enclosure to the blueprint we've created and adhere to state and local municipality guidelines. After, one of our 7 installation crews will install your enclosure to the specs of the plans & permits. Inspection: After a pool or screen enclosure has been installed, we will schedule an inspection with the necessary authorities in Orange, Seminole, Lake, Brevard, or Osceola Counties.
  • Do you offer financing?
    Yes, we work with a local bank to provide financing with low, fixed monthly payments and no prepayment penalties. You can request up to $100,000 and the pre-qualification doesn’t affect your credit.
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