PoolFilters.Biz- Storm safety for your swimming pool
Harsh weather conditions can take a toll on swimming pools if no precautions are taken. Review PDF to know how you can keep your pool safe during a storm.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - PoolFilters.Biz- Storm safety for your swimming pool
Pool damage is the last thing a swimming pool owner expects to tackle, but unfortunately it is inevitable in some
cases. About 80 percent of this damage results from sources such as storm and winter chill. High winds caused by
storms can wreak havoc on your pool if you are not prepared for it. Your pool can be protected from seasonal change
with specific steps such as using pool covers, but a different course of action needs to be taken in a case of a storm.
The pool filter, pump, walls and pool liner are the parts that are most susceptible to storm damage. One can see rips
and tears in the pool liner, and wall punctures after a storm. Cartridge filter or any other part of your pool
equipment, regardless of its quality standards, is bound to be harmed if you don't have a plan to protect it. Needless
to say, it is impossible to control harsh weather conditions. You can however, ensure the safety of your pool by
taking the measures mentioned below:
Remove Any Items That Can Cause Potential Damage to Pool Equipment:
Your backyard is likely to have certain free-standing objects that can cause damage to your pool equipment in the
event of a storm. Once you know there is a storm coming, remove items such as toys and furniture from the yard and
place them in a basement. This way you can ensure that none of these items fall on crucial parts of pool equipment
such as D.E. filters or pump.
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