Landscaping is the act of modifying the contents of one’s front or back yard, and landscaping can take many forms. Some homeowners plant trees or shrubs, for example, or they might even star their own flower garden or vegetable patch. Or landscaping can involve something more man-made, such as a swimming pool, a wooden deck, or an outdoor grill or kitchen. Outdoor features like these are popular, and they can really make a property stand out on the real estate market. Experts have estimated that a homeowner who invests 5% of their property’s value into landscaping can expect an ROI, or return of investment, close to 150%. Properties with landscaping will stand out to buyers looking for a new house, and these homes tend to sell faster. Meanwhile, a homeowner is urged to use the right hardware to protect their landscaping and the people who use it. A wooden fence is fine, but sometimes, an outdoor mesh screen may be needed, too. A pool screen can protect the swimming pool’s water, and mesh screen fabric can be draped around a wooden deck during a picnic.
A Pool Screen
Pool screens can do a fine job of protecting an outdoor pool from debris or intruders. A swimming pool out in the open may suffer a lot of water loss as the hot sun evaporates the water, and this can be a real hassle for the homeowner. Or, trees may drop leaves or other materials right into the pool water, and this takes time to clean out. In some cases, stray animals or even pranksters might enter the backyard and get right into the pool. So, a homeowner can protect their pool by installing a retractable pool screen, or a tarp. These covers can block hot sunlight and keep the water safe from evaporation, and these screens may also keep debris, people, or animals from getting into the water. Screens for pools may be found either with online retailers, or at a local retailer for pool supplies. Commercial, public pools might also use pool screens for similar purposes, but on a bigger scale than with a homeowner’s backyard pool. Meanwhile, how can an outdoor mesh screen protect the back yard?
An Outdoor Mesh Screen
Outdoor protection extends to the air. It is popular for many American households to invest in a wooden deck or a patio, and homeowners love to grill or cook a fine lunch or dinner and serve it to friends and families out in the open. Many back yards will have a bench or a table and seats for a fine outdoor party, but there might be some uninvited guests. Mosquitoes, flies, wasps, and hornets may be attracted to the food or to the carbon dioxide that the people exhale. These insects may be unsanitary and annoying at best, and they can be very harmful at worse.
Mosquitoes are well-known for being blood suckers, and they are drawn to the carbon dioxide that human beings breathe out. An outdoor lunch for a family will also be lunch for female mosquitoes who draw blood from them. Not only will mosquito bites result in itchy bumps, but mosquitoes are well known for transmitting dangerous diseases and parasites. Malaria is an infamous example. In warm climates, mosquitoes are known to transmit this microscopic parasite to human hosts once they feed. Malaria is dangerous, to say the least, and no one should suffer from it or othe4r contagions while eating outside. Hornets and wasps are unpleasant to look at, and their stings may hurt. And in some cases, people are highly allergic to insect stings.
The solution is an outdoor mesh screen. A fine outdoor mesh screen can be draped from the house’s roof and poles, or even trees, to form a sort of tent that keeps flying pests away. The mesh will have holes large enough to let air through, but no insects, not even relatively small mosquitoes, can get through. A person is urged to look over their mesh screen regularly to check for rips or other holes that would allow harmful insects to get through. A mesh should have rips or tears fixed, or an old mesh can be replaced entirely if need be.