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Pool covers are used for different purposes. A pool cover can be used for protection, or for lowering cost of pool maintenance. There are different types of pool covers used in different conditions. There are also pool covers that are used for above ground pools and in ground pools respectively, and there are also some that are used for different purposes.
1. Safety Pool Cover - The safety pool cover is used to prevent children from falling into the pool, and to prevent pets and animals from swimming. Pool safety should always be in the mind of the people most especially when there is the existence of children around.
2. Solar Pool Cover - This is made from a plastic sheet imprinted with a bubble pattern that resemble bubble-wrap packing material. This is made of heavier grade plastic that is resistant to ultraviolet radiation. The bubbles absorb and hold the sun's heat to keep the pool water warm. The plastic sheet also reduces evaporation and keeps leaves, insects, and other debris. Solar pool covers can float freely on top of the water, be held down by anchors along pool side or be rolled up on a reel by hand or with a motor. They may need to be replaced every three to five years due to deterioration from ultraviolet rays.
3. Winter Pool Cover - Its primary function is to protect your pool throughout the winter season. It prevents the entrance of debris, ensuring that your pool water is safe from dirt and other unfavorable items. It also prevent your water from evaporation. It is made from polyethylene material that is tightly woven and have durable scrims. It impedes the accumulation of substances that will make the water to discolor. With this, you will not just be saved from buying costly cleaning materials, but also spending your money from filling water and chemicals. They are friendly to use and they will not even hurt your pockets.
4. Pool Leaf Net - Like pool covers, this pool leaf net is also used for the same protection - to hinder and prevent the occurrence of unwanted debris in your pool water. From the word itself, it mainly catches the falling leaves before they finally go down to the pool water.