Winterizing Pool Tips
When the air turns crisp and the trees shed their autumn hues, it makes me nostalgic for the warm Summer days full of giggles, cannonballs, and the smell of smokey burgers wafting from the grill.
Fall is a beautiful time of the year, which heralds the arrival of pumpkins, turkeys, and eventually winter.
When the first cool breezes start blanketing Tennessee, it's time to prepare for the fall activities, and winterize your pool.
If you're going to run your pool through the winter, which many people do, you know that as long as water is moving through ALL your pipes and tubing, it won't get cold enough to freeze.
But, you're risking trouble if a winter ice storm blows through and knocks out your power.
It's usually the 2nd week of February when disaster strikes...
We had a customer - let's call him Jake - who ran his pool in winter and suffered thousands of dollars worth of pipe damage when a massive winter storm killed his power and everything froze.
Watching your pool die in winter is agonizing. Learn how to winterize a pool the right way, and save yourself the heartache of a shorter Summer.
7 tips for winterizing a pool
Listen to "7 Tips On Winterizing An Inground Pool by Jay Tucker
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Closing your pool doesn't have to be a sad affair
Takes these maintenance tips to heart, and rest easy over the winter knowing that your pool is 'swim ready' as soon as the pollen season hits. Have questions? Let us know!