Published at Friday, September 14th 2018. by Sally Strong in Pool Covers.
You‘ve finally done it! You saved up, you looked at designs, and you bought that swimming pool you always wanted. Great! But now one of the obvious questions comes in: how to protect it? Swimming pool covers are made for every shape and type of pool around. No matter what your pool looks like, there will be a cover made to protect it. Covers are really a necessary investment and need to be considered.
Your selection for a pool cover must be as per your state and local law requirements. Contact your local authorities to get the related information.
No longer do the tracks have to be mounted to the underside of the pool coping. The new standard in the industry is to mount a receiver piece (encapsulation) on the pool bond beam before the coping is installed. This receiver then accepts the track and is held in place by a marriage groove after a plastic shim is inserted. This method has two main benefits. The first is the elimination of tracks pulling loose from the coping. The second allows for thinner and less dense coping stones. Using this type of encapsulated track allows for a pool in pool design as well. The swimming pool can be of freeform design but with the benefit of a below deck and hidden pool cover system. The outside perimeter of the swimming pool remains rectangular with a step-down onto the lower deck surface around the swimming pool. In effect, you have a picture frame around your pool.
Ideal the solid pool cover may seem, it still has its own drawbacks just as the others also have their own advantages and disadvantages. As was mentioned, its biggest advantage is that it provides complete coverage for your swimming pool. It will block out all sorts of debris that would otherwise blemish your perfect swimming pool. Furthermore, its sealing capability entails even more benefits for the pool owner aside from keeping the swimming pool clean.
Generally they come in two varieties, and several types. As far as the two varieties go, there are the manual variety, which means you pull them by hand on and off the swimming pool, or there are the automatic variety that will unroll or remove by simply pressing a button. Motorized are far more expensive than their manual counterparts and will often require more extensive maintenance and upkeep.
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