Pool Closing Time – How To Make It Easy

 In Blog, Pool Closing in Ontario, Swimming pool essentials in Milton, Swimming Pool Maintenance in Halton, Swimming Pool Products in Burlington & Oakville

The summer weather extended into the fall this year, but as the warm weather comes to an end, so does pool season! This means that it’s time for the dreaded task of closing your pool. Whether it is your first time or you are a seasoned pool owner, the task is always time-consuming. 

Make it easy and get your weekend back: Bring in the professionals! Here’s why:

1. Take out the guesswork 

You never want to close your pool by missing an important step to preserve the lines and  equipment over the winter. An experienced professional will know exactly how to shut down your pool, empty lines, clear traps, and store your equipment safely so you can rest easy knowing that your pool will be fully protected until next spring. 

2. Save yourself time

On average, a pool owner will spend a minimum of two hours closing their pool, some may even take the full day or weekend. The checklist of things to do might feel endless. With experience and expertise comes an effective pool closing. 

At Cannonball Pools, our pool closing services include:

  • Removing pool and deck equipment
  • Winterizing your pool and related equipment
  • Adding the necessary winter chemicals to maintain the swimming pool

Leave it to the pros and enjoy your weekend to the fullest.  

3. Get the job done right 

The last thing you need is a costly repair when it comes time to re-open in the spring. Having your pool closed by a professional reduces spring maintenance and repairs. If you bring in a sample of your water a few days prior to closing, our team will know exactly what your pool needs before winterization. 

It’s not too late to book your closing…but spots are filling up quickly. Contact Cannonball Pools today and set up a hassle-free pool closing

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