Maybe you are wondering, “When is the best time to re-open my swimming pool?” Well, it makes sense to start when the average temperature is at least 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Algae blooming in a swimming pool is a common problem in spring and summer, especially if the pool is covered with a mesh cover. Even at moderate temperatures, algae thrives.
When it comes to the swimming pool in the U.S., Memorial Day Weekend (End of May) marks the unofficial start of the summer season. This is when most people start opening their swimming pools. It’s wise to get a head start on the season by opening your pool early.
Pool opening is one of the year’s most anticipated events for a pool owner. It’s been months since you’ve seen warm weather, but now that the summer season has arrived, your pool becomes the focal point of outdoor summer fun.
You need to ensure it is safe for swimming. Contact Jas Aquatics and inquire about our pool opening service if you need expert advice on preparing your swimming pool for the summer or assistance in removing the cover and ensuring all the machinery is functioning as it should.
Our pool opening service includes:
The time it takes to clean a pool depends on various factors, including the quality of the filtration system, the algae around the pool, the pool’s condition when closed, and the type and size of cover used.
A cartridge system takes a few days to a week or more to clear a pool, depending on the size and condition of the filter components and how often they are dismantled and cleaned. A DE filter can clean the pool in as little as one to three days. Once the pool water is cleared, debris removal usually requires only one or two visits.
Opening your pool for the spring and summer seasons should be enjoyable and not a hassle. At Jas Aquatics, we ensure that your pool opening experience goes smoothly without a hitch.
We treat your pool with the attention it deserves. Contact our pool service team to schedule a pool opening. We will do everything necessary to get your pool ready for the season.