Subscribe to the our newsletter to receive latest news straight to your inbox.
Winter Is Coming: Freeze Protection Keeps Your Pool Functioning Through the Winter. It has been a cold winter this year, one of the coldest we have ever experienced! For pool owners in different parts of the country, how you maintain a pool during the winter months is crucial. Sponsored Advertisement With all that ice, pool…
With all that ice, pool owners might be worried about their pools. Freezing in a pool can lead to pipes bursting and blown out sensors but don’t you worry! Here is some great advice for those who are considering how to maintain a pool during the winter months.
Freeze protection is a safety featured installed in many pools. It uses a temperature sensor to detect when the water is within thirty degrees of freezing. When the sensors spot the danger of the water freezing the circulation pump is activated. As long as water is being circulated through the pool it won’t freeze and your pool remains in working order.
There is also a pool redundancy built it. In case your freeze protection does fail, a backup freeze protection is built in. That is because pool contractors typically want to help you protect your investment. It is now March which means we are starting to warm up for the summer. For pool buyers who are wondering about winterizing and how to protect their pool during the winter – ask your pool contractor about freeze protection.