For anyone owning an outdoor swimming pool the three keys to getting the most from the pool are: keeping the pool clean and free of debris, maximizing the periods during which it can be used, keeping heating costs as low as possible.
There are various ways of achieving these objectives. However, the most effective way of protecting the water, conserving latent heat energy and increasing year-round usability is outdoor pool enclosure.
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Swimming pool enclosures differ from covers in that they not only cover and protect the area, but they also allow swimming and bathing to take place while the enclosure is in its covered position.
Enclosures come in a number of different forms with the most popular being a sectional telescopic enclosure. With this type of enclosure several sections telescope out to cover the pool during cooler weather and retract to leave the area uncovered during warmer days.
These enclosures are motorised and slide on runners. As it becomes very difficult to put and remove the pool covers manually, motorized pool enclosures can be controlled with a simple click on a button that have been introduced in the pool enclosures market. As the pool is protected from rain, wind and snow, you will require very less time for cleaning the pool.