In case you haven’t noticed, the weather has been jumping up and down like it’s trying to get ready for bathing suit season. One positive aspect of this is that we’ve been able to enjoy a few uncharacteristically warm days before spring officially arrives. All this nice weather might have you looking at your pool and dying to spend a nice evening poolside, grilling and hosting friends and family. Before you rip that pool cover off though, there are a few things to consider before opening your pool early.
Obviously, if it’s still regularly hitting freezing cold temperatures and snowing it might be a bit early to open your pool. If summer hits early and you’re fairly confident it’s not just a mirage, get to it. The danger in opening a pool too early is the risk of the water in your pipe and equipment freezing. On the other hand, waiting too long to open your pool can lead to a real tough first week that’ll include some serious cleaning and water treatment.
Many people worry about the added cost of opening your pool early. You have to buy the chemicals, for starters, and you’ll use more over the course of a season if your pool is open longer. A large number of new pools use salt water sanitation systems, meaning you don’t have to worry about buying more chemicals. If you do rely on chlorine to sanitize your pool, you’ll have to decide if the minimal cost isn’t worth enjoying your pool for a few extra months.
Swimming Pool Construction from Paradise Pools
Whether you want to upgrade your interior pool finish or get a beautifully-installed pool in your yard, Paradise Pools can complete the job. We have the expertise to walk you through every step of the process and ensure that you end up with a pool you can’t wait to take a dip in. Ready to get started designing the perfect pool for your home? Trust us with the job and be swimming in no time! For more information, contact us online or give us a call at (301) 725-0005. To get more fun pool design ideas, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Houzz.