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    Coral Springs, FL (near Ft. Lauderdale)

    Storm coming - How to prep pool

    Looks like Tropical Storm Emily will be visiting this weekend (or at least passing close by) meaning lots of rain. Pool is screened in, so I don't expect debris, but I do expect a lot of new water. Besides lowering the water level and putting in a lot of chlorine, anything else I need to do in advance of the storm?

    15x30 inground concrete pool w/spa and spillover, all under screen enclosure
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    Jandy AquaPure 1400 and Laars LX400 propane heater w/120 gal above-ground tank
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    JVAs control pool/spa switch and also allow drain opening

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    Mod Squad Bama Rambler's Avatar
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    Re: Storm coming - How to prep pool

    Since you're not expecting much debris that's about all I'd do.
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    Mod Squad Patrick_B's Avatar
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    Re: Storm coming - How to prep pool

    Hey good luck down there! I hope it passes on by and leaves you unscathed. Best wishes, and send the Rain on to us.
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