This rugged mesh cover makes spring clean up
a snap. The secret to this unique Dirt Defender cover is the tightly woven scrim that holds together insuring that no gaps or holes develop. Rugged mesh allows only rain water and ...
Super with tube kit Green UV resistant top,
black bottom prevents algae growth Perimeter is triple stitched to prevent against wear and tear 12 x 12 Scrim (horizontal threads by vertical threads) Water bag loops and grommets every four feet ...
Pool cover Materials: Polyethylene Protects against sun, snow,
ice and wind 4 Foot overlap to fit most top rails Comes in forest green with a black underside Water Tubes Not Included Cover Type: Winter Covers Pool Type: In Ground Shape: ...
Cover Rollers: This is a tool
designed to roll-up and easily
store a pool cover.
Leaf Nets:The cover is
specifically designed to keep
leaf and plant debris out of the
Liquid Cover: The cover contains
a liquid that forms protective
layer on top of the pool. These
types of covers are also solar
Mesh Covers: The cover is
constructed of mesh layers. Will
state in product name or
description. Mesh covers are
sometimes also safety covers.
Safety Cover: This is designed
to keep people out of a pool.
The construction will be very
durable and the cover will be
rated for at least 485 Lbs of
Solar Covers: The cover is
intended to heat the pool with
solar energy and trap heat
Winter Covers: The cover is
intended to cover and protect
the pool throughout the winter
months. These covers tend to be
much thicker than others.
Above-ground pools give anyone the fun of a pool in even the smallest backyards. Since these pools don't require a permanent installation, homeowners and renters can purchase pools that are compact, moveable, and easy to install. This guide will help to decide whether a hard wall pool that stays outside year-round or a frame pool or ring pool that can be stored for winter is the best fit for you.
Make sure you have the right kind of location with sunlight, away from trees, and easily visible from your home. Learn the shape of pool that will work best in your yard. And learn about which accessories you'll need, such as covers, ladders, thermometers, pool lights, and filtration systems.