I have an 11,000 gal inground pool with an attached spa. Friday, the pump failed, and we have the appropriate parts on order -- they are expected to arrive on Tuesday. I am in North Carolina, and we don't close the pool for the winter in order to use the spa. There is a freeze control function that turns the pump on and rotates the pool and spa if the weather gets below 35 degrees.
Unfortunately, the weather has gotten colder, and this is not a good time for a broken pump! The daytime temps are in the 50's, but at night it's supposed to be around 28 - 35 degrees. I'm not really worried about the underground pipes freezing, but am very worried about the above ground pipes, filter, valves, etc.
Does anyone have any suggestions for me? I'm very concerned that our equipment will be ruined.