We are here to help you! Sparkle Pools has been performing pool closings in Knoxville, Tennessee for more than 20 years. We bring to our customers a wealth of knowledge and experience. We know pools and the various nuances involved in getting your swimming pool closed for the winter. Let us help close your pool today!
Here Are Some General Guidelines For Your Pool Closing:
1. Drain water down
2. Remove hardware from pool.
3. Remove debris from pool water.
4. Blow debris off pool deck.
5. Run anchors up for safety cover.
6. Install winter stand pipes.
7. Run compressed air through pool plumbing.
8. Add antifreeze to pool plumbing.
9. Plug all fittings in pool.
10. Remove plugs from pool equipment.
11. Check and balance chemicals.
12. Install Safety Cover.
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Here Are The Guidelines For Your Pool Closing
1. Drain water down. On vinyl liner pools the water should be drained down a
couple of inches below the skimmers and plaster pools should be lowered five
inches below the tile line. There are various opinions on lowering the water
down in pools, but in our region here in East Tennessee it’s done for winter
rainfall and freezing temperatures. Lowering the water level protects the water
line tiles and plastic skimmers from freeze damage and allows room for rainfall
through the winter months.
2. Remove hardware from pool. This includes removing ladders, handrails,
dive boards, skimmer baskets, return jets and vac fittings, etc.
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