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Thread: Closing pool for winter

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    Closing pool for winter

    We have an Intex above ground pool (15 x 36). I know they recommend taking it down and storing for winter, but wondering if anyone has had success in keeping theirs up, and how you went about it? We are in Wisconsin, so it does freeze. Do we need to add certain chemicals to it? How far down do we drain it?

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    Re: Closing pool for winter

    Hello and welcome to TFP! Yes, many people will keep their pool up year-round. Here's the TFP page on how to prepare your AB pool for winter: Pool School - Closing (Winterizing) Your Above Ground Pool.

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