Innisfil Seasonal Pool Maintenance

Swimming pools get the most care and attention during warmer months but as summer fades into fall, it is important to consider the needs of your swim space during the cold season. Whether closing down for winter or opening up in spring, seasonal pool care is key to a sanitary swim space and protecting it from damage. Unlike basic cleaning practices, openings and closings cater to pools inside and out. Professional Innisfil seasonal pool maintenance can help to protect your pool throughout the winter season, as well as providing a quick and easy opening in spring.

No one wants to remove the cover from a pool system only to find cloudy water, algae or other nasty surprises. If this is the case, it can take additional time to get your water systems ready for the swimming season. Being proactive with your pool care can help to make the most out of your swim season and our Puddle Pros can help.

The Best Results For Pool Openings & Closings

During the swim season pool balance is a top priority for property owners but as fall rolls around, pool chemistry tends to hit the back burner. Even a bit of neglect can lead to serious issues, including damage to structures, filtration and circulation systems, as well as water condition. Throughout the Innisfil area, pool antifreeze can be a reliable tool — but only if you know how to use it!

Pool Closing: When fall rolls around, it is not as easy as throwing on a pool cover and waiting for spring to come back around. Over the course of the winter, pool water sits stagnant for months at a time and during this time is subject to debris buildup, algae growth and freezing. In an in-ground pool it is important to drop the water level in order to avoid freezing water in sensitive areas like pool filters, pumps and motors. When water freezes it makes plastic brittle or can create a 9% rate of expansion inside pipes, which can make them burst. Removing detachable components, drying them and storing them can help to reduce the rate of damage, saving on the need for premature repairs and replacements.

Pool Opening: If you are noticing discoloured water, algae or a high level of debris, it is important to clean your swim space before anyone sets foot inside. The first step to a pool opening is to remove debris by skimming water surfaces, emptying the skimmer baskets, applying algaecides and pool chemicals and vacuuming the pool bottom. From here, chemicals must be left alone so they can run through systems, removing debris from inside and out. It is also important during an opening to inspect the pressure gauge on a sand filter, or check cartridge filters in order to see if they need to be changed out.

In addition to standard seasonal practices, it is important to inspect and clean pool equipment, as well. During closings, drain plugs are winterized and winter covers are installed and, in the case of above ground pools, water bags are used to prevent freezing. Even changing out your pool cover is a great way to improve the function of your pool system, no matter the season. Mesh covers allow sunlight to pass through, warming water and helping to keep heating costs down, while a winter cover is solid and helps to keep sunlight out, reducing the risk of algae growth.

Puddle Pool Services: Great Results, At Any Time of Year

Pool cleaning is important no matter the time of year, but when a new season comes around, it is key to perform in-depth inspections and treatments to ensure that your system runs smoothly all year long. Getting great results means digging deep into systems to remove superficial issues, as well as protecting the internal mechanisms that keep your water flowing. Puddle Pool Pros have all of the necessary technical knowledge and tools to get great results for your pool and hot tub systems.

Each member of the Puddle team is fully insured to protect properties and our technicians, themselves. Highly trained and experienced technicians are able to create treatment plans according to the unique needs of your water systems, as well as the surrounding areas.

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