End of Season – Closing Your Swim-Mor Pool

It’s unofficial – summer is coming to an end. All the public swimming pools closed right after Labor Day, but even though the weather has been a little iffy, your family has been able to enjoy an extended season in your own backyard because you have a Swim-Mor in-ground swimming pool. In fact, you may be able to extend your backyard swimming fun a couple more months or longer if you have a heater or a new AquaComfort Heatpump! Call Swim-Mor Pools and Spas to find out about THE great energy savings you can have with an AquaComfort Heatpump versus a standard gas heater.

We know how difficult it is for you to say goodbye to the fun times you had this year with your Swim-Mor in-ground swimming pool and spa so we want to make it easier for you when it comes to closing down and winterizing. All you have to do is go online to our website to schedule and pay for your pool closing! Just select two different weeks that will work for your schedule and we’ll take it from there.

Don’t forget to sign up for your winter maintenance program. So many weather elements can disrupt the chemical balance of your pool water, such as an over abundance of rain that raises the level of the water level. To prevent water from freezing, it has to stay at a certain level and adding the right chemicals over the winter months can make spring clean-up a lot easier. Swim-Mor Pools and Spas winterizing program includes:

Swim-Mor will site pool and lower water level to second step
• Ensure straps on cover are secure
• Add additional winter shock, algaecide, and scale inhibitors
• Check all winter plugs are properly secured

Purchase a New or Replacement Safety Cover for this Fall and the 2013 Winterization of your pool is FREE. Contact Swim-Mor’s Customer Service Department for a Quote on a Meyco Safety Cover and learn all the benefits of owning one for your in-ground swimming pool.

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