Once your pool is closed up, most pool accessories tend to hibernate along with the pool until the spring. However, the almighty pool noodle has proven to be not only a fun pool accessory but also a versatile base for craft projects year-round.
When preparing to close your swimming pool for the winter, one of the most important steps is to winterize your pool plumbing. While it can be often overlooked, there is a lot of potential for damage to your pipes, mainly from ice. When ice freezes, it expands, and if it is inside your plumbing, that expansion pressure can do a lot of damage over the course of a few months.
A beautiful swimming pool can be a great centerpiece for you, your family, and your friends to enjoy throughout the warmer months of the year. However, swimming pools have a way of collecting debris and harboring all sorts of pathogens that can negatively impact your health.
Opening your pool in the spring is without a doubt a very exciting time of the year! It signifies the end of the dreaded cold and the start of the vibrant warmer months.
Watch our quick tutorial on how to install a winter pool cover in your inground pool!
As pool owners, knowing how to properly install a pool liner is an invaluable skill. Whether it’s installing your liner on your brand new pool, or the inevitable day when a veteran pool owner must remove an old liner and replace it.