The summer swimming season is coming to a close, and it's time to start getting your pool ready for the cold winter months. Properly winterizing your pool water and equipment will save time and money when you re-open your pool in the spring, so you can start enjoying it again as soon as the weather warms up. If you live in a climate where there are freezing temperatures in the winter, it's especially important to close your pool properly because freezing water can seriously damage your pipes and equipment. To get detailed steps for preparing your pool for winter, choose the set of instructions below that most closely matches your climate and the type of pool you have.
- Winterizing an In-Ground Pool in Freezing Conditions
- Winterizing an In-Ground Pool in Non-Freezing Conditions
- Winterizing an Above-Ground in Non-Freezing Conditions
- Winterizing an Above-Ground in Freezing Conditions
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