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Thread: Cover Help

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    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    Old Bethpage NY

    Cool Cover Help

    Hi Everyone--
    First summer with new pool. Its an inground vinyl freeform with overflow hottub.
    Need to start getting estimates on covers.....main priority is preservation of liner and avoiding fading. Second (or tied with first) is safety. Originally thinking a loop loc cover, but starting to hear there are many competitors to them that might be better and less expensive.
    Also--While I dont have to go with my pool builder to but the cover, he is doing the opening/closings. Any recommendations on how to shop for one as well?
    26,000 Gallons; IG; DE Filter; Variable Speed Pump; Installed June 2014;Taylor Water Testing Kit; vinyl liner
    Salt Water

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    Join Date
    May 2013
    Northern Virginia

    Re: Cover Help

    I went loop loc solid cover with mesh drains. Couldn't be happier. It did takes 2 months to get, so order early! Ours did great on the first year. My mother-in-law tripped and fell on it- no damage to her or the cover.

    45'x12' 17k gal, IG plaster, Pool Pilot Nano+ SWG, 1/2hp Whisperflo pump, PAC-FAB TA-60D sand filter, Raypak 266 heater
    Pool School + Test Kit + Pool Math = Trouble Free Pool

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