Brant Pool Closing

As fall rolls around, property owners and managers are busy weather-proofing homes but swimming pools are often overlooked. Pool care does not stop as the seasons change, in fact, it is more important than ever! Professional Brant pool closing services protect your pool from harsh winters and pave the way for an easier opening in spring.

Closing your pool for the off-season is not as simple as throwing on a winter cover and hoping for the best. As temperatures drop, water freezes and frozen water is a real threat to your water systems. A bit of preventative maintenance goes a long way to prevent damage, reduce algae growth and prolong the lifespan of components, liners and more.

Fall Pool Care: How to Close Your Pool For the Season

A pool opening and closing needs to be timed correctly in order to get the best results. When the average outdoor temperature reaches 15 degrees, it is time to close down your water systems. At this point, cold snaps are possible and weather is unpredictable. In order to get the best results for your swimming pool, it is important to schedule a multi-step closing process with an expert.

Water Chemistry: Pool owners are quick to monitor chlorine levels during the swim season but when pools are not in use, they do not get the same level of attention. Algaecides and pool antifreeze are good additions to any fall pool care routine. Over the course of winter, pool water is often left sitting stagnant, which means algae, bacteria, debris build-up and other unpleasant side effects. Adding chemicals on a regular basis, as well as putting circulation systems on a timer during the fall months can help to reduce freezing and prevent water from turning into a swamp.

Pool Equipment: Basins are not the only areas of your pool that hold water. There is water lurking inside plumbing lines, around pumps and motors, in skimmer baskets and more. Small amounts of water will freeze in these areas, making plastic brittle and causing expansion, which can burst pipes. Dropping the water level in an inground pool, as well as winterizing drain plugs prevents water from seeping into vulnerable areas. In the case of an above ground pool, a water bag can help to prevent freezing. It is also a good idea to blow out lines, as well as removing detachable components so they can be dried and stored for the winter season.

Puddle Pool Services: Setting Your Pool Up For the Season

Winters in Ontario can be unpredictable — unless you know what to watch out for, that is! Puddle technicians are local to your area, so we understand what swimming pools are up against. In order to get the best results for residential and commercial pools in the Brant area, Puddle technicians create custom treatment plans according to the needs of your water system.

Each member of the Puddle team is fully insured and highly trained. That means you don’t just get great results, you get peace of mind along with them!

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