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How to Winterize Your Pool

As the seasons change, it's essential for homeowners to think about preparing their pools for the colder months. Winterizing your pool is a crucial step in ensuring its longevity and maintaining its pristine condition. At Platinum Pool Service LLC, we specialize in keeping your pool in great condition all year round, including the off-season.

Pool for Winter

Step 1: Clean Your Pool

Begin by thoroughly cleaning your pool. Clean your pool and filter to remove dirt and make sure your filtration system is clean. Our swimming pool cleaning service offers pool chemical balancing, pool pump checks, comprehensive cleaning solutions, including pool tile cleaning, which is vital for maintaining the aesthetic appeal of your pool.

Step 4: Winterize the Pool Equipment

Use a Pentair pool cleaner or a similar quality product to clean the pool equipment. Protect your inground pool light and other delicate components and water features. Our team is skilled in handling all types of pool equipment, including gunite pool repair and maintenance.

Step 2: Balance the Water Chemistry

Testing and balancing the water chemistry is a key step in the winterization process. It's important to adjust the pH, alkalinity, and calcium hardness levels to protect your pool surfaces and equipment.

Step 5: Add Winterizing Chemicals

Add winterizing chemicals to keep the water clean and clear throughout the winter. This step is crucial to avoid algae growth and maintain water quality.

Step 3: Lower the Water Level and Drain Equipment

Lower the water level to prevent freezing damage. Additionally, drain all the equipment, including the pool pump, filter, heater, and pipes. For those with gunite swimming pools, special attention should be paid to ensure no water remains in the system to prevent cracks and damage.

Step 6: Cover the Pool

Securely cover your pool to keep out debris and reduce the risk of accidents in the pool area. A sturdy cover also helps maintain the chemical balance and water level.

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Close an Inground Pool

Closing an inground pool involves a comprehensive approach to ensure every component is cared for. For gunite pool repair, cleaning, or closing services, Platinum Pool Service LLC provides top-notch pool cleaning near your location. Our winter pool maintenance program is designed to give you peace of mind, knowing your pool is in expert hands.

For personalized assistance or to schedule a service, contact us today. We are here to ensure your pool is well-protected and ready for the next swim season.
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