With closing season officially in session, you might not be thinking ahead to your spring opening yet. One thing at a time, right? In this case, wrong! Closing your pool properly now can actually save you lots of time, money, and headaches in the spring. And who doesn't want that? Start planning your closing now, so that you can make sure that your pool is crystal clear upon opening.
Here are a few factors you'll want to consider in planning your pool closing:
When are you going
We hate to even mention it, but closing season is approaching us (all too fast, we know!). As we mentioned in our August e-newsletter, NOW is the time to schedule your closing in order to secure the date you want. However, you might be wondering...when exactly is the best time to schedule this said closing? Or when should I pull out my closing kit if I'm doing the work myself?
Luckily, there are a few key factors that you can use to determine the best time to close your pool. Here's what
While it certainly pains us to admit it, there's no denying that the fall season is rapidly approaching. This transition may feel like, to many people, an end to pool season. However, it doesn't have to be. There are actually several key benefits to booking a fall pool installation, making it the perfect season to get your job done and you backyard ready for the next time sunny weather rolls around:
1. Maximized Summer Swim Time
One of the best parts about starting your pool build in the
It's no secret that stormy weather has hit upstate New York hard this year. In fact, grey skies and torrential downpours are becoming somewhat of a norm around here, aren't they? This is of course discouraging for pool owners, who have to work around the nasty forecast to enjoy their backyards. But what's even more frustrating is the aftermath that a storm may have on your pool water, especially if you're hoping to swim the next day. This summer in particular, there's no option but to take
With summer in full swing, the cleanliness and clarity of your pool and/or spa water is of utmost importance. There are a variety of factors that can affect your water, but it's important to understand the critical role that chemicals play in maintaining the overall quality.
+ Feeling frazzled with water chemistry? Stop into our store with a water sample to get a free water test and one-on-one assistance. Or even better, attend one of our pool schools to get all of your chemical questions