tips after severe weather, to get your pool on the road for normal
remove branches, mulch and other foreign matter from the pool
before you run the pump to prevent clogging the suction lines.
If you have to enter your pool to clear debris, make sure you
wear shoes to avoid injury to your feet.
you lost power during the storm, remember to reset your circuit
breakers and pump timer(s) when electricity is restored.
any covering from the motor or other equipment to allow for airfl
ow. If the pump motor has been submerged, it should be removed
for professional cleaning and drying.
the pool water to its proper level. Empty the pump and skimmer
baskets and open the appropriate valves to allow water to circulate
properly when the pump is turned back on.
the pool and circulate continuously until clarity returns. Clean
or backwash filters often; and recharge with new D.E. if applicable.
There will be a higher volume of debris and particulate in the
water than normal and your filter will need more attention for
a few days.
us to have your pool watert analyzed and re-balanced
as quickly as possible. After any rain, circulate the pool for
at least a couple of hours prior to collecting a sample. This
will combine the chemically treated water with the rainwater to
ensure an accurate sample.
or replace any screens, doors, fences or gates used to prevent
children from entering your pool unattended.