A pool is great for use during the summer. That's really what it's all about. Although there are those who use the pool during the wintertime, especially those who choose to heat their pool and who provided the pool with a poolhouse, most people choose to set the pool in winter time. To avoid damaging the pool, the pool needs to be prepared for the cool temperatures.
The easiest and safest option to cover a pool during the winter is to use cover plates. They may not be too beautiful, but on the other hand they are real donations that really protect the pool. They also last for a long time and can easily be eliminated when the spring and the bathing season come back. The cover plates used should in themselves be stable and robust and resistant to weather and wind. In addition, they will be able to tolerate people and animals. The minimum requirement would be that they could handle a person's weight of at least 90 kg. The anchoring is very important. If the plates get windy, they can damage the surroundings. Cover plates with matching rails can be obtained. This makes it easier to unlock and unlock while providing a good anchorage. With a slight inclination, water and ice can easily drain the plates so that the weight does not affect the quality of the cover.
The winter cover is like a slightly thicker pool cover. It can also be used as a regular pool cover, but it weighs a lot. The cover is fastened using strong rubber bands. The pool cover can be quite tight, alternatively, a cover that drains water. A cover that permits water to allow water to expand under the canvas, which is preferable.
Before the coverage of a ground pool occurs, the pool must be properly cleaned and have a neutral pH. All pumps and chambers must be completely free of water. If the pump is mounted below water level, the water surface should be lowered to a level below the overflow, which easily freezes if water is present. Then fill the pool with frigolit. The frigolite acts as buffers for the expansion of the water when it is freezing. If there is no frigite or freezing block in the pool, there is a risk that the pool edges and the bottom will burst.
Overwater pools should be drained on water down to the ground level. However, if the pool is fitted with liner, at least one water depth must be at least 30 centimeters. If water is left in the pool, freezer blocks should be placed in the water. However, it is not recommended to allow all water to remain in the upper pool. The risk of freeze damage is present, and many manufacturers do not replace this type of damage to their warranty.