Innisfil Pool Closing

When the swimming season gives way to colder weather, it is time to start thinking about closing your pool. When the average temperature reaches 15 degrees, your pool is likely not getting much action and it is easy to forget about a regular care and cleaning schedule. The longer that a pool sits stagnant, the higher the risk of algae growth, bacteria and other potential issues. Instead of struggling to keep up with the needs of your swim space, call a Puddle Pro for your Innisfil pool closing.

Throughout fall, pool care is not at the top of your priority list but neglecting or procrastinating a pool closing can lead to serious issues, both for water condition and for overall structures and function itself. When you want to protect your pool and its components from the cold, a professional pool closing service provides the best results possible.

How to Close Your Pool for the Winter

Unlike a standard cleaning, an opening and closing requires a more in-depth approach in order to get great results. Everything from installing winter covers, pool equipment and water chemistry play a role in the overall condition of your pool and water system. In order to get the best results for your seasonal pool maintenance, it is best to take a multi-step approach that caters to your swim space, from the ground up, as well as inside and out.

Water Chemistry: No matter the time of year, your chlorine level is an important aspect of your water balance and condition. Anyone can grab a test kit from a department or pool supply store, but these often will not give you all of the necessary readings to create a sanitary swim space. Without the right level of chemicals and sanitizers, water can become cloudy or discoloured, so it is important to monitor pH levels, alkalinity and more. When closing an inground pool, it is important to drop the water level to avoid freezing. Water bags can help to prevent freezing in love ground pools, as well.

Pool Equipment and Filters: When dealing with an inground or above ground pool, there are plenty of pieces of equipment that keep your swimming pool running. Without a functional circulation system, chemicals are not being carried throughout the water system. Before shutting down for the season, it is important to inspect internal mechanisms, empty skimmer baskets and change cartridge filters, or a sand filter, when necessary. Winterizing drain plugs is also a helpful addition, as they prevent water from seeping in and freezing.

Structures: Winters in Ontario are frigid and that can lead to damage over time. Before closing down in fall, it is important to inspect pool structures, liners and surrounding areas. A small tear can quickly lead to a much larger one if not handled quickly. A trained eye can spot issues with liners, tiles and even a safety cover.

Puddle Pool Services: Great Results For Your Seasonal Pool Care

A professional closing service is not only a great idea for the fall and winter months, but they can also help to set the stage for a quick and efficient pool opening in spring. After a long winter, everyone wants to soak up every minute of the swim season, so let our Puddle technicians help! In order to get the best results for your closing, it is important to take a multi-step approach, over the course of days and that is exactly what our Puddle crews do.

Each member of the Puddle team is fully insured to protect properties, as well as anyone working on them. After years of industry experience, our highly trained Puddle Pros are able to close pools around homes or commercial properties meaning great results all across the Innisfil area.

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