How to Store Your Above-Ground Pool During the Winter. Part I: Why You Need It?

Ask an above-ground pool owner about their favorite thing about theirs and they’ll likely talk about one word: flexibility. One of the most significant changes that happen in the world is that of the weather. It is a constant change that we can feel in our bodies and minds. The realization that summer is over hits like a high-leaping cannonball. It can also lead to a little extra step: storing your pool equipment for the winter.

Having a pool opening and closing is an added step that can be done once a year is a great way to ensure that your pool is always in good condition. This article will explain how to properly store and protect your pool equipment for the winter season. It will also explain when to store your Intex pool.

If you live in a cold area, you might want to consider keeping your pool equipment stocked up with supplies so that it can withstand the harsh weather. If it gets too cold, it can crack.

If it were up to us, we would have all of ours above-ground pool supplies in a safe, dry place during the winter. Not only would we have to deal with the grime and debris from our pool, we would also have to protect it from the cold weather. Not only will it save you time, but it will also give you the peace of mind that comes with having the equipment on hand for regular pool maintenance.


This post was originally published on Pool Parts To Go


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