Above Ground Pool Covers With Drain
How To Close A Pool For The Season
The nights start getting a little cooler (40 degrees or less), and pool owners recognize it as the first sign that the season is preparing to change. The days warm enough to swim reduce gradually until they regularly are out numbered by the days that are too cool to swim. At some point, it can no longer be denied, the pool season is over!
When it’s time to get ready to close up your pool, taking the time to do it right will prevent problems during the winter and help avoid delays opening the po Read More...
Tips for Winterizing Swimming Pools
Once summer ends and cold days start to show up, it will be time to shut your pool down. The first step you need to take care of is the water. You need to start by checking your pH level, and making sure that it is approximately 7.5. If it is not, just put in some dry acid.
Next, you need to check your chlorine as well. You should use a winterizing product to ensure that your pool will be protected from algae during winter months.
During these cold months, you have to run your pump for about Read More...
Above Ground Pool Drains
There are various types of above ground pool drains available in the market. You can choose the one that can cater all your specific pooling needs. The good thing is that The above ground pool drains arrives almost completely assembled. The installation is very simple. However, you must follow the instructions as suggested by the manufacturer’s manual.
In order to install the above ground pool drains, all you have to do is just to one end of the 13ft. Once you are through with that, now you sho Read More...