Pool Opening

The daffodils are starting to bloom, which means spring and summer are not far behind. These first signs of warmer weather have pool owners calling and asking us “When should I open my pool?” Although there is no definitive answer to this question, a good rule of thumb is “sooner is better than later.” The weather for our area in March can be unpredictable, and it only takes a few sunny and & 70 degree days for algae to form underneath your winter cover. With the milder than typical winter this year, opening in March is not too early. I encourage people to look at their yards. If grass is starting to grow, odds are algae is too, especially if you use a mesh winter cover. Opening your pool early can save you time effort and money. Waiting until late April or May could cost you serious money and headaches to get rid of an algae bloom. Visit our website or call us to schedule your pool opening today to ensure a great start to your swimming season!