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    Pool cover?

    Hi everyone, I'm trying to determine if there are benefits to purchasing a pool cover. My main objective is energy savings. Mine is a 15000 gal.,, indoor, heated, swg. I've looked at a liquid cover (heatsvr) and was wondering if this product works. Anyone have any advice?
    21.7K Gal AGP, Oceanic 28'x54", 1HP/2Spd Optiflow w/150sq ft Black Diamond filter. Installed 05/2013, BBB and TFP Reluctant Rookie!(ask my wife, she'll explain!)

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    Jun 2011
    Long Beach, CA

    Re: Pool cover?

    A cover will certainly help keep the heat in even on an indoor pool. I'm not sure about the performance of the liquid covers, but using it on an indoor pool should bring out the best performance that you could get out of it. It will be the cheapest and easiest test you can try before buying a cover.
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    Nov 2011

    Re: Pool cover?

    An auto cover will help with the humidity in your enclosure as well as saving heat.
    Over 30 years in the pool business
    We build vinyl, fiberglass, stainless steel pools
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    Re: Pool cover?

    In case you want to save water from getting dirty and avoid them from being contaminated from germs, covering pool is beneficial.

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