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How to Remove a Safety Net

Removing your safety net from your pool or spa is completed in a matter of minutes. Watch our video and see what steps to follow to take your Safety Net off of your pool. Follow the same steps in reverse order to put the safety net back on your pool.

Removal Time

Removal time for your net will vary based on the size of your pool, the shape of your pool, anchor location and anchor accessibility and overall user experience.

1. Relax the Tension on your net

Use the tensioning tool provided with your installation to release the tension on your net. Tensioning tools vary based on what product was selected at the time of your estimate/quote. Tensioning Tool type will vary based on your installation. Options are Ratchet, Small Titan Tool, Large Titan Tool and/or Round Loop Tool.

Use the provided tool to relax the tension and open the “CTS”. “CTS” stands for Central Tensioning System. You will see your pulley’s opening and the net will start to float on top of the water. Unhook the second tensioning line from your deck once the CTS is fully opened. Pick up the net material and give the net a quick snap to ensure the CTS is fully open.

2. Remove the Clips from the Anchors

Walk around the perimeter of your net and unhook each clip from its anchor. Some net installations will have cone head clips, others may have wall carabiners, round loop clips, etc.

As you are unhooking the clips, push the net material towards the pool water to help prevent the net from tangling.

If you notice that you are missing clips, make sure you promptly replace any missing parts.

Remove the Clip from the Deck Anchor

3. Put the Net onto the Roller

If your pool net installation came with a roller, you will have a roller to roll your net up onto. Rollers can also be purchased after an installation (some assembly is required). Smaller nets can be put into a storage bag.

Start by pulling the net material through the front square on the roller and attach it with the clip so it is secured to the roller then proceed with turning the roller handle and rolling the net material onto the roller. If the material catches as you are rolling it up, untangle the material before continuing to roll.

4. Store the net in a safe location

Store your net in a location that is free from rodents and/or pet damage.


Do not leave the net off of your pool for an extended amount of time as the net material can shrink.

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