Monthly Archives: September 2010
One of the great benefits for those of you who winterize your pools with a safety cover is that it keeps your liner out of the sun and chlorine-free for perhaps six months of the year. A liner is a big investment, and you want it to last as long as it can. Properly winterizing your pool and using a safety cover can greatly extend the life of your liner.
A Safety Cover not only keeps your liner out of the sun and chlorine free, but it keeps your swimming pool free of the debris that would otherwise create a mess in an uncovered pool. Protecting your pool from debris will also save you money on costly seasonal maintenance such as re-painting and re-plastering, and eliminate the need for messy spring clean-ups.
Read on to find out how to choose a safety cover that is right for you and your in-ground liner. Also, you can click here for more information on safety covers.
MESH SAFETY COVER
This is the cover for you if you want to buy the original cover which is still the least expensive, lightest weight option, or if you don’t completely winterize your pool but just need the security of a safety cover.
SOLID SAFETY COVER
This is the cover for you if you don’t mind spending a little more money and want a cover that minimizes your springtime clean up.
FINE MESH SAFETY COVER
This is the cover for your if you want the benefits of a solid cover but want one that is lighter weight, has a longer warranty and comes standard with heavy duty hardware.
SUPER SOLID SAFETY COVER
This is the cover for you if you want the benefits of the fine mesh cover and don’t mind investing a little more for the strongest, lightest, and most puncture resistant fabric on the market.
SAFETY COVER SELECTION CHART