Why Use A Pool Cover?
It conserves water, retains heat & reduces debris saving water, electricity, pool chemicals & time.
A Pool Cover offers you so
In the past few years, pool covers have come into their own, due largely to the heightened awareness around the need to be more sustainable in our daily habits and choices.
However, with such a wide variety of pool covers now available, it can be difficult to know exactly what material is right for your pool maintenance needs and swimming habits.
All pool covers have common benefits, however, the correct material will provide extra savings in terms of reducing the running costs of your pool. Depending on which material is selected, you can reduce your heating costs, reduce your chemical consumption by 70%, reduce filtration times by 50% to save electricity, or keep your pool water cooler in extremely hot climates.
We aim to provide you with an informative guide that will assist you understanding the variances in performance, UV stability, thicknesses, durability and lifespan so that you can make an informed decision in your selection of a pool cover.
So what is the best material to put on top of your pool. It all depends on what you want the material to do!
Reading material you’ll find useful
We share our library of scientific studies and articles for you to download and read at your leisure. The articles aim to provide you with the facts to further assist you in making an informed decision:
- Who killed the cover chemical guide
- What is meant by a balanced pool?
- Selecting the right material
- Clear waters and a green gas history of chlorine as a swimming pool sanitiser in US
- Chlorine consumption by UV
- What is UV light?
- Vapourguard evaporation report
- Energy Smart Management for Indoor Swimming Pools
- Conserving energy and heating your pool with solar energy