Sultry summer days are turning to beautiful fall evenings. You have loved every bit of summer, and now it’s time to put away all the aquatic fun and get ready for sweatshirts, football, and cider. Although you absolutely adore all things fall, it’s always a bittersweet time of year. To make it easier, here are 3 professional tips for closing your swimming pool.
Don’t Leave the Leaves
One of the best tips we can give is don’t leave the leaves! Those gorgeous fall leaves will soon be turning shades of red, orange, and yellow… and heading straight for your pool as they fall off the trees. Don’t leave them in your water! Decaying leaves are a breeding ground for algae and are awful for staining the bottom of your pool. So scoop them out, and set the stage for the perfect closing.
The Perfect Temperature
So, when exactly is the right time to close your pool? Truly, the perfect temperature = the perfect time. Wait until days cool consistently to 65 degrees or below. It will be a major help in the decrease of algae growth. Then, adding your closing chemicals and balancing your water will be a breeze. Need some help? Just fill out our quick service form, and we’ll send a technician to close your pool for you this year.
An Opening to Look Forward To
We know you are already dreaming about next year’s swim season. So are we! The best way to have an excellent opening next year is to correctly close your pool this year. You’ll set yourself up for an easy, breezy opening. Instead of goopy green water, aim for clean, clear water that needs little attention come spring. It will save you a ton of money and effort! To make this happen, bring in your sample of pool water for FREE water testing. We will run your pool water through our computerized analysis, give you answers and expert advice on the perfect chemicals, and help you with anything else you need for your pool closing.
When the day comes to close that beautiful, sparkling backyard oasis, you know where to go. Come see the pros at Fronheiser Pools. We have all of the supplies and advice you need for the best pool closing you’ve ever had!