Bolton Seasonal Pool Maintenance

Ontario is Canada’s winter wonderland but this isn’t always great for swimming pools in the area. While you are shredding on the slopes or skating up a storm, your pool is left out in the cold — literally! As seasons change, swim spaces will need to be protected from the cold and prepared for warmer weather as spring rolls around. Don’t struggle to get ready for a new season when you can call Puddle for reliable Bolton seasonal pool maintenance instead. 

Every year pool owners try to take cleaning and maintenance into their own hands only to end up with a DIY disaster. Even if you have an established cleaning program on the go, it is always a good idea to leave big projects like openings and closings, up to the experts. An improper closing can lead to serious damage to swim spaces and surrounding areas while a poor opening can cause serious illness to anyone that steps into pool water. 

Puddle Seasonal Pool Care: Protect Your Pool & Make the Most Out of the Swim Season 

No one wants to admit that summer is coming to an end but waiting too long to close your pool can lead to major damage and a serious headache. The internet is full of tips for fall pool maintenance but an amateur approach brings the risk of misinformation and one wrong move is big trouble. 

Fall Pool Care: When the fall season comes around it is important to take a proactive approach to your pool care. Many pool owners opt to close their pool after the September long weekend but this might not be the optimal time. It is best to close a swim space when the average outdoor temperature reaches 15 degrees. When dealing with an above ground pool it is a good idea to either drain them or apply winterizing chemicals and install a water bag. For inground pools, it is vital to drop the water level so it falls below the skimmer line and winterize plugs. This prevents water from seeping into vulnerable areas where it can freeze and expand, causing damage and even causing pipes to burst. Freezing temperatures also make plastic brittle so all detachable components and pool equipment should be dried and stored until spring. 

Spring Pool Care: As the average outdoor temperature reaches 21 degrees it is time to pull back your pool cover — but you might be surprised with what you find! After months of sitting idle your pool water is likely cloudy, green, smelling terrible and just full of debris and bacteria. No one wants to dive into a dirty pool but restoring condition is easier said than done. If you have ever opened your pool on your own, you know how much work is involved. It all starts with refilling water levels and removing debris from basins, skimmer baskets and cleaning the pool filter as necessary. An initial shock treatment clears away cloudiness but it takes multiple applications of chemicals to get water condition back to where it should be. When balancing chemical levels it is important to consider not just the chlorine levels, but pH levels, total alkalinity and calcium. 

Puddle Pool Services: Ensure Your Pool Is In Great Shape All Year Long 

When you want to prolong the lifespan of your swim space, the easiest way to do that is by booking seasonal pool care with a local expert. Each member of the Puddle team is local to Bolton and surrounding areas so we know what pressures your pool is up against and we know how to take care of them. For the best results, excellent customer service, affordable rates, transparent pricing and the peace of mind that comes along with fully insured staff and services, call Puddle today! 

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