If you have an inground pool in your home, a winter pool cover is the best way to reduce your pool maintenance, protect your pool, and your children safe during the off-season. They’re sturdy enough for people and pets to walk on them, and are especially effective at keeping out leaves & debris.
What is an All-Safe Winter Pool Cover?
The mesh material is a unique blend of polypropylene that is impervious to chlorine and mildew, as well as resistant to UV rays. These winter pool safety covers are held in place by springs attached to a series of straps. Each spring has a special shield that prevents damage to your deck.
Installing Your Winter Cover
Each cover is custom-made to your pool’s size and shape. Your local installation team will install a series of anchors into the perimeter of your deck.
A special tool is used to attach each spring to its corresponding anchor.
Removing the Cover
To remove a winter pool cover, a special tool is used to release the spring buckle assembly from the brass anchor. The buckle is then attached to one of the straps on the cover. Once the tension springs have been released, the cover can be removed. Next, the cover is pulled to one side of the pool so that it can be folded and stored for future use.
Installing and removing the cover can be difficult to do alone, so we recommend an extra pair of hands or two. Winter pool safety covers are not as easy and convenient to apply and remove as pool nets or automatic pool covers, so we don’t recommend them for daily use.
Is a Winter Pool Cover Safe?
These mesh pool covers provide an excellent safety barrier. The tight fit keeps children and animals from falling in or gaining access. Even an adult cannot access the pool without using a special tool to release the springs anchoring it to the deck.
These covers are ASTM compliant and are rated to hold up to 485 pounds of weight.
Connect With Your Local Dealer
We work with local specialists across the country to service your pool with top quality covers. To get started with a new pool cover for this winter, find a dealer near you. Schedule your free on-site consultation. An expert will come out to your home, take measurements, and provide a free quote.
Start here to keep your pool secure this winter.