The Perfect Kidney-Shaped Pool Cover

The kidney shape is a very popular option for inground pools. These interesting layouts mimic the curves of natural bodies of water, like lakes and ponds.

Your kidney-shaped pool needs a cover like any other. But not just any cover will do the trick. You’ll need your cover custom-made to fit your pool and be as strong as it can for the safety of your children and pets. See how you can find the perfect pool covers for kidney-shaped pools here at All-Safe.

Kidney-Shaped Pool Cover Types

Mesh Pool Covers

blue mesh cover on kidney-shaped pool

Possibly the best cover type for unique pool shapes is a mesh pool cover.

All-Safe’s mesh pool covers are made from the highest quality mesh, with sturdy straps placed about every three to five feet on your pool deck. Our mesh covers are independently tested by the ASTM and can hold the weight of an adult in an emergency, making them an effective piece of safety equipment.

Because we custom-make your kidney-shaped pool cover, the fit is perfect every time. You can customize your mesh by choosing a color that matches your outdoor area. Mesh pool covers are an excellent choice because they also help reduce evaporation and keep debris out of the pool.

Pool Net Covers

If you don’t need to winterize your pool or prefer more ease of use in your day-to-day, consider using a net as a pool cover for your kidney-shaped pool. While they don’t keep debris out, pool nets are easy to put up and take down quickly. This means that you can keep your pool safe and still be able to use it daily.

Our ultra-strong polythene netting attaches to anchors on your pool deck and can hold up to 485 pounds before breaking. Our proprietary tools mean children can’t easily undo the net without being taught to do so, making a net a safe choice for your pool.

Similar to mesh covers, a pool net is completely customizable to the shape of your pool, meaning we can accommodate kidney-shaped pool covers with ease.

blue pool net on kidney-shaped pool

If you want to also keep debris out of your pool, we recommend pairing your pool net with a leaf pool cover for both safety and cleanliness. Our pool nets and leaf covers attach to the same anchors on your deck, so the simultaneous installation of both is efficient. While leaf covers alone can help keep your pool clean, they are not designed for safety.

Get Your Pool Cover for Your Kidney-Shaped Pool from All-Safe

For 25 years, All-Safe has been in the business of protecting the lives of children and pets. Whether you choose a mesh cover or a pool net, All-Safe has the supply of kidney-shaped pool covers you need.

Contact us today for a free consultation so we can help you figure out the best cover for your unique pool.

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