Swimming Pool Closing, Harrisburg, NC

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Bid farewell to warmer weather with professional swimming pool closing.

Although we might not get several feet of snow and freezing temperatures here in the area of Harrisburg, North Carolina, that doesn’t mean we can keep our pools open year-round. You need to take care of your swimming pool throughout the year, and that includes closing it down once the weather is no longer suitable for suiting up. Here at Cayman Pool & Spa, we are happy to help with your swimming pool closing process. Here are a few things you can look forward to when it is time for your swimming pool closing.

Swimming Pool Closing in Harrisburg, North Carolina

  • Treating Your Water. Getting your water into shape before the winter season arrives is great for both protecting your water over the cold periods and making it easier when it comes time to re-open your pool. Our years of experience ensure that your water will get the exact right mixture of pool chemicals for your swimming pool closing.
  • Removing Pool Accessories. Not only will we make sure your skimmers and other equipment are out of the way, but we will also take care of things like ladders or pool cleaners.
  • Pool Equipment Care. Things like the pump, heater, drain lines and filters will all be thoroughly cleaned and cared for by our skilled experts so the pool will be safe for closing.
  • Drain the Water. When it comes to pool closing, we only drain some of the water, not all. This keeps water out of the lines during the colder season.

If you have questions about swimming pool closing or any of the other services that we offer here at Cayman Pool & Spa, please give us a call today!

At Cayman Pool & Spa, we offer swimming pool closing services in Mooresville, Concord, Cornelius, Davidson, Harrisburg, Huntersville, Kannapolis, Statesville, Troutman, Mount Pleasant, Mayhew, Moss Creek, and the Lake Norman area of North Carolina.