Winter Swimming Pool Cover Pumps

Winter Swimming Pool Cover Pumps
A Pool Owner’s Guide to the Winter Months At Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service, clients receive a comprehensive approach to their aboveground and in-ground pool cleaning needs. The affordable maintenance, repair, and cleaning programs organized by Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service allow individuals to enjoy owning a pool without having to put in manual labor themselves. Some pool owners may want to decommission their pool during the winter months, and there are some steps to take so as to ensure maximum cleanliness throughout the cold season. 1. First, consult your pool owner’s manual, if you have one. This will contain the most individualized information for your pool. 2. All water should be drained from the pool’s pump, filter, heater, hoses, pipes, and inline chlorinators. 3. Remove all in-pool machinery like automatic cleaners. 4. Install winterizing plugs to fill the skimmer, vacuum line, and return line in the pool. 5. Cover the pool with a solid pool cover so that no outside debris gets into the water. There is no need to add chemicals to the water if no foreign objects enter the pool. A more comprehensive winter program may be necessary depending on your type of pool and your climate. Be sure to consult a local service for more help if needed.
A Pool Owner’s Guide to the Winter Months At Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service, clients receive a comprehensive approach to their aboveground and in-ground pool cleaning needs. The affordable maintenance, repair, and cleaning programs organized by Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service allow individuals to enjoy owning a pool without having to put in manual labor themselves. Some pool owners may want to decommission their pool during the winter months, and there are some steps to take so as to ensure maximum cleanliness throughout the cold season. 1. First, consult your pool owner’s manual, if you have one. This will contain the most individualized information for your pool. 2. All water should be drained from the pool’s pump, filter, heater, hoses, pipes, and inline chlorinators. 3. Remove all in-pool machinery like automatic cleaners. 4. Install winterizing plugs to fill the skimmer, vacuum line, and return line in the pool. 5. Cover the pool with a solid pool cover so that no outside debris gets into the water. There is no need to add chemicals to the water if no foreign objects enter the pool. A more comprehensive winter program may be necessary depending on your type of pool and your climate. Be sure to consult a local service for more help if needed.
Caring for your hot tub during winter<br />There is no doubt that your hot tub will have been well used and well maintained throughout the summer months but as the hot weather begins to dwindle some of you may no longer feel brave enough to bare all in the colder temperatures; therefore deserting your hot tub and leaving it to its own devices. But what happens when you lift that cover next summer? You are not going to be met with a nice clean hot tub that’s for sure and if you are not careful it may not even work. Just remember that it is easier and much cheaper to maintain your hot tub over the winter, rather than leaving it and then trying to rectify any problems afterwards.<br />One of the worst things that can happen to your hot tub in the winter months is frozen pipes. If you have a hot tub that has a system that is designed to prevent this from happening you need to make sure it is set to “no-freeze” or something similar so that the spa maintains a constant temperature. If you don’t have a setting such as this you will need to reprogram your hot tub so that it comes on every 15 minutes. This will keep the warm water pumping through the pipes preventing them from freezing.<br />Make sure that you have a good insulating cover on your hot tub so that the heat can be contained. If snow is gathering on top of your cover, remember to scrape it off as most hot tub covers are not designed to hold the weight of snow.<br />If you drain and clean your hot tub at the end of autumn you will be ok to leave the hot tub as it is until the end of the cold weather.<br />There are many of you that prefer to stay away from your hot tub during the winter months but equally there are just as many of you that will find using your hot tub as the snow falls around you one of the most exhilarating things you could do. If this is the case, you must take extra care to ensure that it is running at its best!
Pool Questions...<br /><br />Pool owners who've been doing this longer than I have! (2+ years) I have questions. And if you're in the VA area, all the better. Or, really, if you're in any sort of area battling pollen.<br /><br />Meet my pool. The water is actually clear. It's just a matter of getting rid of the pollen sitting on the surface. Now I know naturally, this will fade as we move in to summer. However... It's hot enough. The water is at a fantastic temperature. I want to swim. My kids are begging.<br /><br />These are some ridiculous questions I'm about to ask. I'm pretty sure I know the answers already. I just want validation. Or something I don't know about.<br /><br />1) Is there a way to get rid of this shite quickly? I know it would be a daily, repetitive process, but work with me here. A different skimmer net to skim it off the top? Something?<br /><br />2) This is the more ridiculous because we've swum in far worse lakes before, I'm sure, but somehow it feels different with a personal pool: do you still swim even with the pollen in the water? For some reason my brain is stuck on the fact that the water isn't the way I usually like it to be.<br /><br />PERTINENT INFORMATION<br />As in, read this before responding.<br /><br />Pool specs:<br />15x30 jewel shape<br />3.5 ft to 8 ft<br />20,000 gallons<br />Vinyl liner<br />Hayward filtration equipment / pumps<br /><br />Covers:<br />Before you suggest a cover: I have a solar cover. That is the only cover I have besides a winter safety cover and I have no fundage or desire to buy another and no, I'm not screwing with that safety one because we don't even have the bolts sunk for it. The solar cover helps somewhat with protecting from pollen, but of course it's not an exact fit per se, so some still gets through. If it's my only option, I'll run with it, though.
Free Advanced Installed on a Winter Safety Cover if purchased and installed during the month of August!<br />Does your winter cover look like this?<br />Tired of having pump off water off of your cover? Tired of having to deal with the algae swamp on top of your pool in the spring?<br />A new winter safety cover from CoverLogix will make spring clean and opening of your pool a breeze! Water and fine silt will pass through the cover while the leaves, pine needles and debris will collect on the top. When it’s time to remove any debris that may be present on the cover, simply use a leaf blower or a broom.<br /><br />Your backyard with your pool could look like this all winter long! Wouldn't that be nice! Plus have the cover installed in August and you will receive Free Advanced Install! It’s a savings of $300!<br />www.poolworld.biz/blog.php 
Free Advanced Installed on a Winter Safety Cover if purchased and installed during the month of August!<br />Does your winter cover look like this?<br />Tired of having pump off water off of your cover? Tired of having to deal with the algae swamp on top of your pool in the spring?<br /><br />A new winter safety cover from CoverLogix will make spring clean and opening of your pool a breeze! Water and fine silt will pass through the cover while the leaves, pine needles and debris will collect on the top. When it’s time to remove any debris that may be present on the cover, simply use a leaf blower or a broom.<br /><br />Your backyard with your pool could look like this all winter long! Wouldn't that be nice! Plus have the cover installed in August and you will receive Free Advanced Install! It’s a savings of $300!
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5 Easy Steps to Preparing your Swimming Pool for the Winter<br /><br />With winter fast approaching it may be time to start considering how to prepare your inground swimming pool for the long winter ahead.  Proper #winterizing helps fight algae build up as well as diminishes winter damage to assure a great summer swimming season.<br /><br /><br /><br />Here are 5 Basic Steps to best prepare your swimming pool for the winter season:<br /><br /><br /><br />Step 1 : The most important starting point is to check the pH and acidity levels in the pool. Proper balancing now will insure easier balancing at the opening of next season. Visit our store, Juliano's Pools on 321 Talcottville Road in Vernon CT to utilize our FREE Professional Water Testing Station!<br /><br /><br /><br />Step 2:  Drain water from the pump, filter and if applicable, the pool heater. If water is not drained from these areas, the water will freeze during the colder months and could damage the parts.<br /><br /><br /><br />Step 3: To protect your pool from freezing water it is recommended to drain the pool water to about 4-6 inches below the pool skimmer.<br /><br /><br /><br />Step 4: Clean the pool thoroughly by brushing down the sides and removing the automatic cleaner before you cover for the winter.  The cover should then be placed tightly over the entire pool to avoid leaves and water from entering.<br /><br /><br /><br />Step 5: Maintain the chemical balance of the pool throughout the winter. If you keep the pool covered during the entire season, this should be easy since debris and sun are what usually remove vital chemicals such as, chlorine form the water. Another option could be to simply drain the entire pool for the season and refill in spring when the risk of freeze has passed.<br /><br /><br /><br />By following these simple steps, you will protect your valuable asset and set you up for a pain free opening of your pool the next season.


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Pool and spa show pushes warm thoughts amid winter chill - Press of Atlantic City



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Swimming pool reconstruction on time, on budget - WSAU



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A Pool Owner’s Guide to the ...

A Pool Owner’s Guide to the Winter Months At Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service, clients receive a comprehensive approach to their aboveground and in-ground pool cleaning needs. The affordable maintenance, repair, and cleaning programs organized by Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service allow individuals to enjoy owning a pool without having to put in manual labor themselves. Some pool owners may want to decommission their pool during the winter months, and there are some steps to take so as to ensure maximum cleanliness throughout the cold season. 1. First, consult your pool owner’s manual, if you have one. This will contain the most individualized information for your pool. 2. All water should be drained from the pool’s pump, filter, heater, hoses, pipes, and inline chlorinators. 3. Remove all in-pool machinery like automatic cleaners. 4. Install winterizing plugs to fill the skimmer, vacuum line, and return line in the pool. 5. Cover the pool with a solid pool cover so that no outside debris gets into the water. There is no need to add chemicals to the water if no foreign objects enter the pool. A more comprehensive winter program may be necessary depending on your type of pool and your climate. Be sure to consult a local service for more help if needed.

A Pool Owner’s Guide to the Winter Months At Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service, clients receive a ...

 
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A Pool Owner’s Guide to the ...

A Pool Owner’s Guide to the Winter Months At Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service, clients receive a comprehensive approach to their aboveground and in-ground pool cleaning needs. The affordable maintenance, repair, and cleaning programs organized by Elite Swimming Pool & Spa Service allow individuals to enjoy owning a pool without having to put in manual labor themselves. Some pool owners may want to decommission their pool during the winter months, and there are some steps to take so as to ensure maximum cleanliness throughout the cold season. 1. First, consult your pool owner’s manual, if you have one. This will contain the most individualized information for your pool. 2. All water should be drained from the pool’s pump, filter, heater, hoses, pipes, and inline chlorinators. 3. Remove all in-pool machinery like automatic cleaners. 4. Install winterizing plugs to fill the skimmer, vacuum line, and return line in the pool. 5. Cover the pool with a solid pool cover so that no outside debris gets into the water. There is no need to add chemicals to the water if no foreign objects enter the pool. A more comprehensive winter program may be necessary depending on your type of pool and your climate. Be sure to consult a local service for more help if needed.

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Caring for your hot tub during...

Caring for your hot tub during winter<br />There is no doubt that your hot tub will have been well used and well maintained throughout the summer months but as the hot weather begins to dwindle some of you may no longer feel brave enough to bare all in the colder temperatures; therefore deserting your hot tub and leaving it to its own devices. But what happens when you lift that cover next summer? You are not going to be met with a nice clean hot tub that’s for sure and if you are not careful it may not even work. Just remember that it is easier and much cheaper to maintain your hot tub over the winter, rather than leaving it and then trying to rectify any problems afterwards.<br />One of the worst things that can happen to your hot tub in the winter months is frozen pipes. If you have a hot tub that has a system that is designed to prevent this from happening you need to make sure it is set to “no-freeze” or something similar so that the spa maintains a constant temperature. If you don’t have a setting such as this you will need to reprogram your hot tub so that it comes on every 15 minutes. This will keep the warm water pumping through the pipes preventing them from freezing.<br />Make sure that you have a good insulating cover on your hot tub so that the heat can be contained. If snow is gathering on top of your cover, remember to scrape it off as most hot tub covers are not designed to hold the weight of snow.<br />If you drain and clean your hot tub at the end of autumn you will be ok to leave the hot tub as it is until the end of the cold weather.<br />There are many of you that prefer to stay away from your hot tub during the winter months but equally there are just as many of you that will find using your hot tub as the snow falls around you one of the most exhilarating things you could do. If this is the case, you must take extra care to ensure that it is running at its best!

Caring for your hot tub during winter
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Pool Questions...<br /><br />Pool owners who've been doing this longer than I have! (2+ years) I have questions. And if you're in the VA area, all the better. Or, really, if you're in any sort of area battling pollen.<br /><br />Meet my pool. The water is actually clear. It's just a matter of getting rid of the pollen sitting on the surface. Now I know naturally, this will fade as we move in to summer. However... It's hot enough. The water is at a fantastic temperature. I want to swim. My kids are begging.<br /><br />These are some ridiculous questions I'm about to ask. I'm pretty sure I know the answers already. I just want validation. Or something I don't know about.<br /><br />1) Is there a way to get rid of this shite quickly? I know it would be a daily, repetitive process, but work with me here. A different skimmer net to skim it off the top? Something?<br /><br />2) This is the more ridiculous because we've swum in far worse lakes before, I'm sure, but somehow it feels different with a personal pool: do you still swim even with the pollen in the water? For some reason my brain is stuck on the fact that the water isn't the way I usually like it to be.<br /><br />PERTINENT INFORMATION<br />As in, read this before responding.<br /><br />Pool specs:<br />15x30 jewel shape<br />3.5 ft to 8 ft<br />20,000 gallons<br />Vinyl liner<br />Hayward filtration equipment / pumps<br /><br />Covers:<br />Before you suggest a cover: I have a solar cover. That is the only cover I have besides a winter safety cover and I have no fundage or desire to buy another and no, I'm not screwing with that safety one because we don't even have the bolts sunk for it. The solar cover helps somewhat with protecting from pollen, but of course it's not an exact fit per se, so some still gets through. If it's my only option, I'll run with it, though.

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Free Advanced Installed on a W...

Free Advanced Installed on a Winter Safety Cover if purchased and installed during the month of August!<br />Does your winter cover look like this?<br />Tired of having pump off water off of your cover? Tired of having to deal with the algae swamp on top of your pool in the spring?<br />A new winter safety cover from CoverLogix will make spring clean and opening of your pool a breeze! Water and fine silt will pass through the cover while the leaves, pine needles and debris will collect on the top. When it’s time to remove any debris that may be present on the cover, simply use a leaf blower or a broom.<br /><br />Your backyard with your pool could look like this all winter long! Wouldn't that be nice! Plus have the cover installed in August and you will receive Free Advanced Install! It’s a savings of $300!<br />www.poolworld.biz/blog.php 

Free Advanced Installed on a Winter Safety Cover if purchased and installed during the month of Augu...

 
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Free Advanced Installed on a W...

Free Advanced Installed on a Winter Safety Cover if purchased and installed during the month of August!<br />Does your winter cover look like this?<br />Tired of having pump off water off of your cover? Tired of having to deal with the algae swamp on top of your pool in the spring?<br /><br />A new winter safety cover from CoverLogix will make spring clean and opening of your pool a breeze! Water and fine silt will pass through the cover while the leaves, pine needles and debris will collect on the top. When it’s time to remove any debris that may be present on the cover, simply use a leaf blower or a broom.<br /><br />Your backyard with your pool could look like this all winter long! Wouldn't that be nice! Plus have the cover installed in August and you will receive Free Advanced Install! It’s a savings of $300!

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