Several parts of the United States are experiencing freezing temperatures and extreme lows this week. Although most of you have already winterized your inground pool for the season, chances are, some of you have not. Winterization is important because it keeps your pool from freezing and presents more serious issues and permanent damages from occurring.
Sometimes, though, things happen. Perhaps the season snuck up on you (Can you believe it’s 2015 already?!), or perhaps you weren’t expecting your region to experience such severe lows this year. Whatever the reason, here are some basic maintenance tips in the event your water freezes:
With the temperature dropping, it’s becoming more difficult to find any way to relax outside. Now that people are closing their pools for the winter, anything close to relaxing by a warm tropical beach would have to be the real deal. However, with a spa pool, you can reap the benefits of a tropical paradise in your backyard and total relaxation after a stressful day. Besides being a great way to relax, spa pools have some great health benefits: