Eliminates Debris and Standing Water resulting in a Cleaner Pool
Swimtown Pools carries a variety of swimming pool safety covers, and can help you find the right safety cover for every type of pool, Grecian, rectangle, fiberglass, oval or otherwise. We carry top quality covers exclusively from Arctic Armor. So if your inground pool needs a solid or a mesh in ground pool safety cover, Swimtown has YOU covered.If you have questions on installation or anchors or anything else, be sure to check out our Q&A sections below. If you don't see a cover to fit your pool's shape or size, email us for a custom quote.
How do you install a pool safety cover?
First, check to make sure that you have all of the necessary parts to install your pool cover. The number of anchors, screws, buckles, and springs should all equal the number of straps extending from the cover. Follow the manufacturerís instructions to carefully mark where each anchor will be placed. Drill holes in these precise locations and install the anchors. Then, attach the buckles and springs to each strap and position the pool cover onto your pool, anchoring it carefully.
How much does a pool safety cover cost?
The cost of a pool safety cover depends on many factors, such as the size and shape of your pool, and what material you select. If you have a standard size rectangular pools, a stock pool cover can cost as little as $400. For irregular sized or shaped pools, a safety cover can range greatly in cost from that low price up to $1000-$2000.
What is the best pool safety cover?
Choosing the best pool safety cover means carefully comparing products to get the benefits that you need from your pool cover. Make sure that your pool cover can handle a large enough amount of weight and that it is sturdy and durable. Read up on product reviews to make sure you choose the safety cover thatís right for you.
Mesh vs Solid pool safety covers?
Solid and mesh pool covers can offer safety and durability, but where they really differ is in maintenance. Solid pool covers donít allow any precipitation or debris to enter your pool, so you have to routinely sweep the cover to ensure that it doesnít sag. In the spring when you remove the cover, though, your pool will have clear water. Mesh covers, on the other hand, allow small particles and liquid to get through, so any wet debris dries off and doesnít cause the cover to sag. However, you will have much more cleaning to do when you remove the cover in the spring. In the end, choosing between mesh and solid options comes down to your own preference.
Should you buy an automatic pool safety cover?
Automatic pool covers offer the convenience of easy removal so that your pool is ready to go at a momentís notice. They also offer safety precautions, as when the cover is properly installed, it is near impossible for children to fall into a covered pool. Automatic covers are only available for rectangular pools, but their convenience and excellent solar properties make them a popular choice.