It is important to have your pool closed by professionals who know exactly what to check and which steps to follow to ensure the best results for your pool. If you recently attempted the pool closing on your own or with a less experienced pool company, there’s a chance a few crucial steps were missed. Here are two warning signs that your pool wasn’t closed correctly.
- Water leaks around the pool: If you notice water leaks around your pool, it’s likely that either your pool liner or pumps have become damaged from the drop in temperature. This could be because the water wasn’t properly flushed from the pumps or lines and ended up damaging the pumps. It could also be due to an insufficient amount of water being drained from your pool, resulting in a cracked liner. When you rely on us at Carolina Pool Builders, Inc. for your pool closing, we will carefully flush the water from your pumps and lines to prevent any damage and carefully drain enough water from the pool to protect your liner.
- Increased amounts of algae in the pool: While you might have applied the right amount of pool chemicals regularly before each swim in the summer, it can be more difficult to do so in the winter when you’re not using the pool. The lack of chemicals will cause a buildup of algae and other bacteria in the pool. With our pool closing services, we are always sure to apply the correct chemical treatment to keep your pool water clean and protected throughout the winter.
Be sure to schedule your pool closing with an experienced and professional pool company like us rather than taking your chances with inadequate pool closing procedures. You can give us a call to learn more.