When you have a heated in-ground swimming pool in your backyard, you may be excited to get it up and running as early as possible in the spring and summer season. However, if this is the first year that you have had a heated backyard pool, then you may wonder what you can and should do to be sure that your heated pool is up and running as well as possible for as long as possible. Get to know some of the steps that you should take to be sure your in-ground heated pool is working properly when you want to use it this year.
Inspect the Surface of Your Pool
First and foremost, you want to be sure that your swimming pool structure is in working condition. As such, you want to inspect the physical structure of your swimming pool. Look for any signs of warping, such as unevenness on the floor of your swimming pool.
You will also want to look at cracks in the surface of the pool. Missing sealant or other visual signs of damage also need to be addressed as soon as possible. You do not want to attempt to fill your pool until you have all of these structural issues taken care of.
Make Sure Your Heat Pumps and Filters are Ready to Go
Another way to prepare your swimming pool for use during the spring and summer seasons is to check to make sure your heat pumps and filters are ready to go. You want to be sure that the plumbing elements of your swimming pool as well as the heat pump(s) are not clogged with debris or other blockages. If the heat pump is blocked, you may have trouble maintaining water levels and water temperature. Contact a company like All American Plumbing & Heating for more info.
The filters should be cleaned and/or changed right before the season begins to ensure that your pool water is as clean and pure as possible so you can swim without worrying about pool contamination. Clogged and dirty filters can also make your pool temperature unpredictable and keep your heating pumps from functioning properly. You will also be sure that no matter what the temperature drops down to outside in unpredictable weather, that your water will be comfortable for you and your pool guests.
Now that you know some of the ways that you can begin to get your heated swimming pool ready for use, you can get going as soon as possible and be using your beloved pool before you know it.Share