I live in Northeast PA and have a new in-ground pool. Been totally clear all year with zero issues thanks to this forum !!!!
So for closing I plan on lowering water below skimmer and returns, blowing out lines, draining filter and putting on WINTER, and undoing pvc connections and blow those out. I will put water at shock level and use polyquat 60.
My pool is pretty much on 4 acres of zero trees so no debris around. Do I really need to cover the pool other than to prevent any blowing debris from getting in??
I wonder with my cover on and water way below top layer that the cover will sag in when snow arrives and bring the water bags into the pool. Seems it could be annoying unless I buy those bubble things that are used for above ground. So is there any harm in just leaving my solar cover on all winter (to keep the chlorine from getting burned out)? and that's it???? I figure I could even put some chlorine floaters in when not frozen??
Thanks a bunch