After a raucous summer of pool parties, you're starting to feel the cool breeze of winter come.
Do you continue your pool parties through the winter or do you decide to shut things down? If you've chosen to shut things down for the winter, it’s time to winterise your pool.
Winterising your pool can help save you from maintaining your pool during the cooler periods, leaving you to stay in the warmth of your home instead of freezing by the pool water!
Before the pool can hibernate, there are several steps you need to take to avoid expensive headaches next spring.
Let’s look at each of these steps in detail:
As this guide has highlighted, there are a number of ways that you can help ensure your pool's longevity and reduce its chance of damage in the cold winter months. So take a little time to prep your pool before bidding it farewell.
By proactively preparing your pool, you'll ensure that it remains safe from harm and ready to start attracting swimmers again in a few months' time.
And hopefully, you'll avoid costly repairs along the way.