How much does a Pool Enclosure cost?

Pretty expensive. But, not as much as you might think. We prefabricate each Retractable Enclosure system and ship it knockdown to the installation site. So the on site assembly and installation time is reduced to about two to three weeks typically.

The system also has lots of options allowing for economizing the design to suit various client needs and site conditions.

Costs range from lows in the $45 psf range to over $80 psf. Applicable taxes, shipping, site prep, installation are all considerations.

This makes it a great deal compared to conventional construction costs doesn’t it?

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9 Responses to How much does a Pool Enclosure cost?

  1. John says:

    We are looking for an enclosure to cover our existing pool. Do you sell pool enclosures without the automatic/ motorized system to open or close and do I really need it.

    • cip says:

      We recommend a drive system for all of our enclosures except the very small units. Our enclosures roll quite easily on our tracks and tapered frictionless bearings without a drive system, but due to the weight of the enclosures required for strength the unit will require some force to move. Enclosures can weigh as much or more than a car.

      Some pool enclosures on the market that don’t have a drive system require the bays to be moved individually requiring quite a lot of time and effort to open or close. But with Covers in Play enclosures you can close it with a push of a button when it starts to rain and open it after the passing storm clears. No effort or worry about slipping and falling.

  2. Sam says:

    We are looking at a dome system and live in an area where we get a bit of snow. But once every few years have a good amount of snow. How does your enclosures compare.

    • cip says:

      A dome system is very similar to a windshield covering that can be used in warmer climates, but as the name suggest the covers are not designed for colder climates where snow can accumulate on the unit. Snow must not be allowed to accumulate and must be removed otherwise it can collapse. Covers in Play’s patented aluminum framing system is designed with snow and wind in mind and no snow removal is required.

  3. abercrombie says:

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  4. Linda Finnie says:

    Do you sell these in New England?

  5. Julie says:

    We are looking to enclose a space (30X12) under our deck. We do not need a roof. We are located in the Waterloo area. Can you send me an estimate? Thank-you!

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