It’s time to close your pool! The process might be a little intimidating at first, but after you do it once or twice, it will seem like second nature. Here are some guides to help you close your pool for the winter.
Is a pool closing kit worth it? Before you buy one, here's what comes in a kit and which chemicals you actually need to close your pool.
Using a cover is only half the battle to protect your pool during winter. Use a pool cover pump to keep that cover clean.
Do you suffer from winter blues? You'll get spring blues too if you don't use a winter pool cover, the easiest way to protect your pool in the off-season.
Snow on your pool cover may look pretty, but too much, and you're just asking for damage to the cover and your pool. It's easy to avoid.
Think you can just cover your above ground pool, and it'll be fine until spring? Think again. Do just a few more things, and opening will be a breeze.
When you close your above ground pool, one tiny piece of equipment can make a huge difference. Don’t close your pool without a pool pillow.
Winterizing an Intex pool is similar to closing an above ground pool, with just a few minor but important differences. Make sure you winterize it correctly.
Thinking about not closing your pool in winter because it seems overwhelming? It's not only easy, it's necessary for your pool's—and your—health and safety.
Mesh or solid? Or maybe the new kid in town: hybrid? Which pool safety cover is right for you and your pool? Find out before you make that investment.
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