Pool Opening – What You Need to KnowWhen you have had your pool closed for the winter season, you may not be excited about pool opening because you are thinking about the work that is going to go into it, but it isn’t a lot of work if you know what you are doing or if you hire a pool service. Before you think about taking your pool’s cover off, you need to make sure that you clean up around your pool. If there is any debris laying around the pool, it’s likely to blow into the pool once it is uncovered. A quick sweep and clean up of your poolside will save you lots of time cleaning the extra debris from the pool. After you get the debris from around the pool, you need to clean debris from the pool cover and use a pool cover vacuum to vacuum up any water that made it onto the cover. Before you put your cover up, make sure it is fully dry so it doesn’t get any mold or mildew on it from being stored away with water. Leaving it to dry in the sun for a few hours should do the trick. Check your water levels to make sure they are set to the right amount and fill as needed. You should also make sure to check the chemical levels in your pool so that you do not swim in water that is less than pure. Ensuring the chlorine level and pH levels are proper will keep you from having to deal with bacteria and algae growth in your pool.
Planning Any Upgrades After Pool OpeningOnce you have done your pool opening, you might have noticed there are some things that you would like your pool to have that it is missing. While there are plenty of things you can do to spruce up your pool, you want to make sure that it is going to flow with your poolscape. If you aren’t sure how to plan out your new upgrades, you should give us a call. We have been in the pool profession for over 30 years and would be more than happy to help you make your pool dreams come true. Whether you decide to have a massive upgrade project or there are only a few minor things that need to be fixed up, we are the right people to help you make that happen.
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