The winter season is coming and it is time to start thinking about your pool. The cold, harsh weather can be very damaging for your pool and make it unsafe to swim in. Here are 5 reasons why you should cover your Vancouver pool this winter.

1. Reduce the amount of water evaporation 

One benefit of pool covers is that they help reduce the amount of water evaporation from the pool. This can be done by reducing the amount of heat that is transferred into the pool, which in turn reduces evaporation. This means that you will have more water left in your pool over time, which may lead to increased usage.

2. Prevent debris 

Pool covers help prevent debris from getting into your pool and making a mess. Pool covers are typically made out of a material which does not allow debris to get through, so you do not have to worry about leaves or other things clogging up your filter or getting into your skimmer baskets.

3. Avoid costly repairs

Pool covers are designed to cover and protect your pool when not in use. With a pool cover installed, debris cannot get into the pool and damage the pool lining, surfaces, pump or filter. This is a cost-effective way to maintain the quality of your pool.

 

4. Protect your kids 

Without a doubt, a pool cover provides the highest level of security, especially if there are young children nearby. When your pool is not in use, a pool cover can help quiet the worries and nagging thoughts that may be troubling you about your kids safety. Some pool covers are even strong enough to walk on. Always have an adult supervise children near pools, just because your pool cover is there, doesn’t mean your kids can’t hurt themselves near the pool. 

 

5. Save money on chemicals and water

Pool covers save on chemical costs and water. This is a low-cost, easy solution for pool owners who want to keep their pool water clean and clear without the hassle of constant monitoring and maintenance. A pool cover helps control temperature by sitting on top of your pool, which reduces energy consumption, chemical costs, and additional maintenance. 

 

Now that your pool is ready for the winter, you can start thinking about throwing a winter pool party! Learn how to throw the perfect winter pool party for your family.