As far as your family’s privacy is concerned, we here at Weather Tamer take the concept every bit as seriously as you do. For families who are looking to install decking or sunrooms around the family pool, we suggest nothing less than the best for your family’s protection.
The world is full of all manner of people nowadays, and the image of your daughter running around the pool area in her bathing suit may attract the wrong attention in your neighborhood. Whether you plan to cover your pool in a sunroom for year round use, or surround it with a seasonal privacy fence, your Knoxville windows experts are the place to turn.
Insulated vinyl siding provides a wonderful privacy area around your pool. Fencing can only provide so much privacy for above ground pools, and will succumb to moisture over time. Insulated vinyl siding can stand up to the moisture around the pool, and provide you with complete privacy from the outside world while using it. The half-wall around the pool area is becoming a more popular request by the day here at Weather Tamer, and a way to keep your family safe while enjoying your investment.
For those pools that are covered with all glass sunrooms, converting the lower section of the glass into insulated vinyl siding for your family’s privacy is a simple matter of proper installation. You can safely leave the upper windows and the glass ceiling as they naturally are, still permitting all of the light to come in for your family to enjoy. Converting the bottom area into a privacy wall will also increase the value of the sunroom overall. Your Knoxville windows specialist will be able to provide you with recommendations as to where the wall to glass change over would be most effective for your family’s privacy.
The beauty of the insulated vinyl siding is that it is water proof and fade proof. No matter how many times it gets splashed by rambunctious children or becomes the unfortunate victim of a poorly planned cannonball, the vinyl will simply drip dry in the sunlight. With modern siding having the color baked into the entire unit, instead of just on the surface, the color you choose will never fade, regardless of how many years it is exposed to the sunlight around your pool.
Importantly, as your Knoxville windows specialist will tell you, the insulated nature of the vinyl siding makes it far more resistant to bangs and bumps than glass would be. Deck chairs or pool toys that impact glass can cause fractures over time, but the vinyl is meant to take a beating and continue looking great. Since the color is baked in rather than painted on, you won’t even have to worry about cracking and peeling from paint sources. Always remember to keep a responsible adult at the pool around swimming children, and enjoy your private pool area the way it was meant to be used.