Published at Tuesday, September 18th 2018. by Carmella Gilmore in Pool Covers.
Solar pool covers can save up to 97% of water evaporation loss. This then greatly reduces the need to top up the pool during the course of the year. This means that the pool owner is not drawing water from the city supply or harvested rain water stored in tanks to top up water lost through evaporation. A leaf and debris cover’s ability to reduce evaporation is less than that of a solar blanket but still significant. In both cases, the cover’s ability to stop or greatly reduce evaporation is a great benefit to the environment and preserving our natural water asset.
These covers can be put in place at the end of the swimming season and remain there over the colder months, constantly keeping the pool clean and saving the owner hours of cleaning time.
Pool chemicals as well, are preserved longer with the help of solid pool covers therefore increasing the duration of its effect, which again benefits the owner by reducing the need to purchase more chemicals often.
Recessed housings are being covered with coping or deck material for a more appealing look. These stones are held in place by heavy duty brackets placed at predetermined intervals to accommodate the width and length of the lid material. If the material being used is thinner than 2 inches or is brick or flagstone, a pan or tray system can be used to secure the materials to. Using this type of heavy walk -on lids allows for the hidden leading edge option.
Winter pool covers avoids snow from entering the water thus preventing pool freeze that can damage plumbing.
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