It is sad to see the summer go. But with all the autumn chores you have on your plate, why not sit back, relax and let our experienced service team take your pool closing off your to-do list?
What is included in our priority closing service:
- Removal of water to at least below your skimmer.
- Removal of solar cover.
- Remove ladders, steps and diving board if possible.
- Disassemble circulation and filtration equipment.
- Uninstall lights if possible.
- Install your bagged, beaded or safety cover to prevent winter vinyl damage.
- Your BioGuard Closing Kit.
- The first appointment of the day [9am] on your chosen date
What is not included* in our closing service:
- Removal of leaves
- Scoop debris, brush down or cleaning
- Salt cell cleaning
*These other services can be requested at the time of booking.
Things to Consider:
The pool needs to be clean and clear of debris to in order to close it. We are not responsible for the condition of the pool at closing, or for any wrinkles, staining and hard to clear pools at opening time if the pool is not closed in pristine condition.
Any problems found at the closing (beyond a quick fix) will require a separate service call which will be booked as soon as time permits.
If you believe you may have been losing water this summer, an investigation is an urgent necessity. A winter leak can cause serious damage to the overall structure of your swimming pool and should be dealt with prior to your pool closing.
Every pool is different and will be winterized as such. Some lights will be pulled out, some cannot be. We winterize your pool and equipment based upon the best option for your pool, as per our experience. We highly recommend you provide us with as much information as possible regarding placement of products and procedure, based upon your specific pool. Due to the high level of services we complete there will be an extra charge if we need to return due to inaccurate or missing information.
Additional charges may be incurred with pools containing the following:
- Excess leaves and debris
- Leaf nets
- A second cover
- Swim jets
- Vinyl (rubber cover)
- Water features
- Additional filtration systems
Questions? Don’t hesitate to give us a call! Our friendly staff members are happy to answer any questions you may have about closing your pool for the winter and how we can help that process go as smoothly as possible.