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Choosing a Swimming Pool Enclosure

Choosing a Swimming Pool Enclosure

One of the huge problems that many owners of outdoor swimming pools face is not being able to use their pool to the full 12 weeks of this year. Anyone living in a temperate four-season climate will find that the fall and winter can prove too cold for swimming, even in a heated pool.

The issue is that, although it's possible to warm up the pool's water into a suitable bathing degree, the outside environment makes getting into and out of the pool a “chilling" experience.

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There's obviously a solution and it is just to protect the pool with some sort of cover that provides sufficient space to allow swimming beneath it.

The first is a temporary inflatable cap that can be erected and then removed whenever the pool is utilized. This sort of cover, typically a bubble or pool decoration, is secured around the outside of the pool and then inflated.

A suitable convection heater can be used to pump warm air into the dome and, although cheap and cheerful, it will work. On the downside, this kind of enclosure is not right in the wind and is better used on cooler summer days at which the air temperature is cooler, but not cold.

This type of enclosure isn't acceptable for medium to large pools. The second option is a telescopic enclosure. These enclosures are normally metal framed with security glass or polythene (such as a poly tube ) and they slip across the pool supplying some security and tons of light.

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