Florida Lanai vs Pool Enclosure |Which one's better?
Many wonders why there is always a pool cage in the backyard of a Floridian resident during their first visit to Florida. It's called a lanai. How does it function comparing to a pool enclosure?
What's a lanai?
A lanai is a combination of a patio and a veranda or porch, usually enclosed with glass or screening. It makes a spacious room for a container garden. After its debut in the mid-19th century, it has since been a popular choice for residents in warm climates like Florida or California.
Most of the time, the lanai is furnished with casual tables, chairs, benches, and chaise lounges.
Many swimming pools are contained within the lanai, along with additional pool-type furnishings and toys. That's why a screened lanai also is referred to as the pool cage.
Lanai or Pool enclosure, what's the difference?
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For example, they are both perfect for retaining sunlight and preserving heat, which makes space enjoyable year-round. They both tarnish your backyard. With a lanai, you can turn extra outdoor space into a lovely catering room, the same as that with a high-profile pool enclosure. Summon your friends for a summertime party!
The difference perhaps lies in the retractability. We've discussed the potential outcome a retractable structure (http://www.sunshielder.com/
Ask a Floridian!
"This is almost a lanai," said Carlos, one of our customers from Florida, "but even better with a retracting system, I love the vibe just sitting around the pool as the cool wind flows in during the summer night." Pretty convincing it explains why the retractable pool enclosure becomes trending in Florida, who wouldn't like it, after all?
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John Lee, Branch manager