Now that fall is here, you’ve put the pool cover back on your swim­ming pool, but then it hap­pens…. It’s not long til that heavy, wet load of rot­ting leaves and debris piles up on top of your pool cover.

 

A leaf net is very easy to install and remove.

A leaf net is very easy to install and remove.

 

If that hap­pens at your pool, it might be time to check out a leaf net.

Here’s how leaf nets for swim­ming pools work and why they make your life a lot easier.

  • Leaf nets are made of light­weight, durable mesh.
  • They’re a sim­ple solu­tion to the prob­lem of rot­ting, heavy leaves and debris.
  • All you do is put leaf net cover on top of your win­ter cover before fall leaves begin to drop, then you just lift it off when leaves have fin­ished falling.
  • The leaf net pro­tects your pool cover and pre­vents pool con­t­a­m­i­na­tion from that all-to0-familar “tea-bag” stain­ing of leaf debris and tannins.
  • They’re a great way toNOT have those messy, decay­ing leaves cov­er­ing your pool cover, and clog­ging your cover pump.
  • Best of all, it’s a super easy-to-install pool acces­sory with a rel­a­tively low price point (around $100).

Ques­tions about whether a leaf net makes sense for your swim­ming pool? As always, just give us a call at 503–631‑4816. And don’t miss these other help­ful tips for prep­ping your pool for win­ter­time.

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