So i have been reading alot of different posts and replies recently, and have come to the conclusion that closing ANY pool is actually quite a simple feat. Preparing the water, draining the pool down, blowing out lines, pulling drain plugs (filters, pumps and heaters), using rv antifreeze if needed. Do you have to plug all the lines after they are blown out to seal them?
I realize you have to plug off some to blow out others but should you seal them all when done?
Covering it up, MPV inbetween ports and.... am i missing a BIG step or making too large an assumption?
Before I approach my employer about adding a winterizing service I want to make sure it really is as simple as you all make it sound and it seems.
Also, it seems having a good blower makes a big difference, but its like that with anything, good tools make the job alot easier.