With springtime in the air, now is the time to start thinking about opening your pool for the summer season. Most owners and operators consider opening pools when the temperature is consistently above 70 degrees during the day. Whether you plan to open the pool with your staff, or you hire a contractor, now is the time to start getting prepared.
If you choose to have a company or contractor open your pool, you will want to:
Safety equipment is key to ensuring the well-being of your pool guests. When it comes to safety, you need to:
Pool chemicals should be used daily to keep your pool clean and safe for your residents. These chemicals can be harmful if they are stored or used improperly. Ensure that the staff handling the chemicals are:
If your pool was not closed properly last Fall, you could run into issues with some of the equipment. Typical issues to be on the lookout for:
With COVID-19 still on the rise, there may be additional steps that you need to follow to be compliant with the CDC guidelines. Considerations include:
There are several considerations to opening a pool. These guidelines as well as these from the CDC provide additional support and resources. Consult a professional if you have any questions to make sure it is done properly.
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