Key Products for Pool Winterizing

Chlorine Free Pool Shock

Most pool professionals like to use a chlorine-free shock treatment once a week to make sure that the water is balanced and ready to sit all winter. Doing so helps remove algae and other debris from the pool.


Stain & Scale Treatment

Not being used as much during the winter can cause metal build-up in the pool to develop and stain it. This can then lead to the pool becoming unusable.

The treatment works by slowly adding calcium carbonate to the water to remove stains. It does so by preventing the calcium from creating a suspension in the water.


Winter Algaecide

Winter algaecide is a liquid that's commonly used to keep your swimming pool water clean. It can prevent algae growth for an extended period of time.


Winter Floater For Step

The antifreeze jug used for floating pool steps is weighed down in the step and is only used when there is an inground pool step.


Why You Should Opt For Professional Services

Winterizing a pool can be a daunting task, and there are many rules to follow. These include the use of chemicals, the process, and the safety of everyone involved. Having a professional winterize your pool will save you time and money in the long run.

Having the proper resources and skills to winterize your pool can save you a lot of time and money. Availing the services of a professional will also help keep your pool looking its best in the long run.


When it comes to making sure that your pool is going to be algae-free and fresh during the winter season, remember to pay attention to the chemical processes that go into making it happen. Having a professional help you get the most out of your pool can help prevent the issues that can result from improper maintenance.



This post was originally published on HB Pools


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