POOL COVERS

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POOL HELPER
Pool Newbie
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POOL COVERS

Postby POOL HELPER » Sun 27 May, 2007 17:35

I AM LOOKING FOR INFO ON HOW TO KEEP POOL COVER IN ,WIND BLOWING IT OFF


KC1
Pool Newbie
Pool Newbie
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Joined: Tue 29 May, 2007 09:55

BLON OFF

Postby KC1 » Tue 29 May, 2007 15:26

PUT WATER ON IT
Andrew

Pool Cover

Postby Andrew » Sat 02 Jun, 2007 11:05

Buy an AquaWarm Swimming Pool Cover they can be used all year round no problem.
romniE1
Pool Newbie
Pool Newbie
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Joined: Tue 07 Aug, 2012 14:04
My Pool: It is a small but much loved swimming pool!

POOL COVERS

Postby romniE1 » Tue 07 Aug, 2012 14:10

To be honest, I have always been against of swimming pool covers because I read somewhere that they were dangerous. Many people have posted on other forums that they should be prohibited and I was agree. But then I read some of the benefits and decided to buy a swimming pool cover and for my own swimming pool too. You could check out a thing that is called "reels". I think those should help. I have never had them though.
romniE1
Pool Newbie
Pool Newbie
Posts: 3
Joined: Tue 07 Aug, 2012 14:04
My Pool: It is a small but much loved swimming pool!

POOL COVERS

Postby romniE1 » Tue 07 Aug, 2012 14:12

In my previous post I mentioned about me reading on the usefulness and benefits of pool covers. Just came across the page that I read. It turns out I bookmarked it. Pool covers page.
romniE1
Pool Newbie
Pool Newbie
Posts: 3
Joined: Tue 07 Aug, 2012 14:04
My Pool: It is a small but much loved swimming pool!

POOL COVERS

Postby romniE1 » Tue 07 Aug, 2012 14:14

I just realized that the link I left my be seen as an ad. Please don't consider it to be one. I have no commercial interest here.
Nicholas111

POOL COVERS

Postby Nicholas111 » Sat 08 Sep, 2012 06:16

Has anyone ever installed a Dripool cover and had problems? Based on our experience, we would never install such a cover again. If there is a problem, there is no way of removing the cover without expert help. Pool becomes useless, especially at weekends. Too often problems arise. :(
Alvaro8100
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My Pool: Owning a swimming pool is an investment in both time and money, but is also a fun activity for every member of your family.
Location: Canada

POOL COVERS

Postby Alvaro8100 » Sat 08 Sep, 2012 14:11

You need pool covers not just for saving chemicals but with this you can stop or slows down evaporating pool water.But the most important thing in this regard is its quality.
Me and my wife also looking forward to buy pool covers for home swimming pool.This information will be helpful for me...thanks everyone...
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