How do I Winterize my Summer Escapes Pool

Note: These instructions are for winterizing Summer Escapes Pools in warmer climates Cooler temperatures, shorter days and the leaves changing color signify the end of the summer season and time to close up your pool for the winter. So, the question is how do I winterize my Summer Escapes pool? It is important that do this properly as done wrong could mean a delay in opening your pool next summer at best and might cost you some major amounts of money in repairs and the like at worst. However, if you follow these steps you can be assured you will have a pool that is ready next summer with … [Read more...]

How to Winterize my Intex pool

Because they are easy to set up and require very little maintenance, Intex pools are becoming a popular option for a home swimming pool. They are not a permanent structure, so as easy as they are to set up, they are equally easy to take down. However, for those who live in climates where the weather is warmer throughout the year and the temperatures never fall below freezingyou may want to know how to winterize my Intex pool so that it is ready for you to use in the spring. The week before you plan to end the season, ensure that the water chemistry is at the right level for the entire … [Read more...]

How to Winterize my Intex Metal Frame Pool

Even though Intex metal frame swimming pools are easy to set up and take down, some people like to keep their pools outside throughout the year, especially in warmer climates. However, if the temperatures during the winter can go below 40 degrees Fahrenheit in your area, there is a risk of damage to the pool as the material of the pool can become brittle in these temperatures and can be harmed by ice. When you want to know how to winterize your Intex metal frame pool, you should be aware that the recommendation is that it be drained, cleaned, disassembled and stored in a safe place for the … [Read more...]

How to Close your Intex Pool

Once the summer begins to come to a close, Intex pool owners are faced with the daunting task of having to close down the swimming pool for the winter. If you live where temperatures are typically below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, then you will want to take the pool down and store it for the winter. In warmer winter climates, you can follow standard pool winterizing procedures. See both options outlined below. In a matter of a few short hours, your Intex pool can be ready to sleep for the winter. Pool Draining and Storage (For Freezing Winters) Remove the ladder, skimmer (if … [Read more...]

How to Close My Bestway Pool

It is best to close and store your Bestway pool when outside temperatures fall below 45 degrees Fahrenheit as the polyvinyl chloride walls can be damaged and the walls may collapse under the weight of snow and ice. This applies even for the more temperate climates as the temperatures there may sometimes go below freezing. When you are ready to close your Bestway pool, you should first find a place indoors where the pool can be stored. The temperature of the storage place should be moderate within a range of 41 degrees Fahrenheit to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The place should be dry, away from … [Read more...]

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