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Pool cover

Postby melissafcovey » Tue 12 Sep, 2017 22:53

Do I have to cover pool if I close all my equipment down correctly?

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Re: Pool cover

Postby Denniswiseman » Wed 13 Sep, 2017 02:58

It's not necessary but a good idea to keep all the winter debris and creatures out of your pool making your opening a lot easier
Depending where you are located, really cold or mild will determine whether you would benefit from it. A lot of snow and ice could weigh to heavy and rip the cover. A mild climate would keep the sun off and help prevent an algae bloom
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Re: Pool cover

Postby marvinwalters » Sun 17 Sep, 2017 04:05

Melissa, can you give more info about your pool and location? This will help us give more apt suggestion.

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