There are currently two main types of pool covers on the market; original track fences and recently roadblocks. Deciding who is the best is not an obvious choice. This is the main difference to consider.
Product comparisons are based on the following important criteria: ease of use, productivity, aesthetics, design, construction, flexibility, and price.
Easy to use. While both types of cases are relatively easy to use, fluted cases have the advantage of making the box easy to open and close. Chain link fences only require one person to open and close the fence, whereas a ramp fence ideally requires two people.
Product performance. In terms of performance, these two houses are equally combined. Both offer excellent insulating properties due to the fact that they both have a low profile. This design feature also contributes to the ease of use and maintenance of the product.
Aesthetics. The overall aesthetic of the product has two aspects. The first is the materials used, and the second is how tall or disturbing they are as a structure.
For buyers who place a lot of importance on aesthetics, trackless boxes usually win here. These boxes use a combination of transparent Plexiglas with double-walled polycarbonate.
Flexibility. A curb canopy has the advantage of having doors at both ends for easier, binocular access to your pool. They can also be easily removed from your pool during the summer for full access to your pool. The chain rails can also be equipped with rail extensions that allow you to remove the entire fence from the pool.