The preparation of the outdoor inground swimming pool for the winter season is a very important aspect of the correct pool maintenance. The main purpose of the procedure is to preserve the pool during the cold months when eventual water freeze may damage the construction, the tiling and the expensive pool machinery and equipment. The task is somewhat time and effort consuming and if you are not sure you can manage it by yourself, it is better to hire a professional to do the job. For those, who want to give it a try, we have prepared a short step-by-step instruction of how to do it.
Water loss from a pool normally varies between 3 mm and 6 mm per day due to evaporation, but greater loss indicates a leakage problem. It is possible that at certain point of time your outdoor concrete swimming pool starts leaking. Pool leaks can result from defects in the pool concrete shell or any of the plumbing associated with recirculation, filtration and spa systems.