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jaindesi

New member
May 15, 2019
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Bridgewater, NJ
Hello Everyone. First time pool owner. Recently bought a house that came with a pool. Pic is from last year when we bought the house. Right now the pool is covered. Looking to open for the new season. I have zero knowledge about this and not sure what should I do. Should I try to open the pool myself or hire a company. Previous owner said he never covered the pool in the off season. I ended up paying Close to $5K to get a new cover installed and close the pool for winter season. How much would it cost to open the pool? 101361pool dimensions.jpegpool4.jpegPool1.jpg101358101359
 

setsailsoon

LifeTime Supporter
TFP Guide
Oct 25, 2015
1,131
Stuart/FL
Jain,

Welcome to TFP and you have a gorgeous pool! Can you please add more information in your "signature"? Click on the name top right, then click "signature" again then fill out the form. Make sure to enter brand/model for equipment, capacity of pool etc. Don't forget to SAVE. While you do that I'll get an expert on pool opening. He can help a lot on this @mknauss and I'm sure the answer will depend a lot on the condition when you open and how you closed.

Good luck!

Chris
 

setsailsoon

LifeTime Supporter
TFP Guide
Oct 25, 2015
1,131
Stuart/FL
Welcome to the forum!
I will profess that I am NOT the person to speak to about opening a pool after winterization!! I live in the SW Desert!
But - no despair - start a new thread in Swimming Pool Start-up and Closing and members will help you out.

I suggest you read ABC's of Pool Water Chemistry and consider reviewing the entire Pool School eBook.
Sorry Marty, I've seen you help so many with problems on this I thought you were an expert... should have checked!

Chris
 
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