Description Of Work: Pressure cleaned pool enclosure cage; completely rescreened enclosure; upgraded doors(2) with new actuating cylinders, handles, latches and bug sweeps.
The process took place in three stages. First was the estimate and proposal, followed by a pressure cleaning of the enclosure's cage and finishing with a complete rescreening of the enclosure. Sr. Screen was selected along with several others after a lot of time was spent studying members' reports. Scott Brunelle, owner, came to the house within a few days of being contacted and made one of the better estimate presentations I've received from Angie's List providers. He described in detail what the job entailed and his approach. He even had a small booklet prepared which listed his company's experience, qualifications, awards, description of the premium grade of screen material he uses(Phifer) compared with a standard grade, testimonials from a number of customers and certifications regarding his licensing, and liability insurance. Incidentally, he didn't just leaf through this document, he left it with me. The second phase of the job was carried out by one of his key employees, Cody. Which just happens to be Scott Brunelle's son. He spent part of a day pressure cleaning the cage. Cleaning is the key word. I haven't seen it look that bright since it was completely replaced 12 years ago. The final phase, rescreening, was done with a break of about a week. Normally they like to do the rescreening after a day or so to let the cage dry out, but in our case, the extra delay was because I guess we were from the old school and wanted to use the same color as the replaced screen which was gray, not charcoal. The rescreening took Scott, Cody and another employee a little more than half a day to complete. The overall size of our enclosure is approximately 28 by 35 feet. This is information that I would have found useful in evaluating estimates. I would suggest that members consider including this information in their reports. When the job was done I felt quite proud of the outcome. The panels feel as tight as a drumhead.
Thanks again for such a great job.