If you have ever had or installed a pool cover, you already know that you need a pool cover. There is no point.
For those who haven't have a pool cover before, let's have a look at the pros and cons of a pool cover.
Get the most out of a pool cover – just to take advantage of all the benefits you buy from it, such as: warmer water, shorter cleaning times, lower pool costs, you need to use your cover.
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For most people, you only do this if the cover is easy to remove. In most cases, the liner roller can be removed in less than a minute.
Without one, this would take 10 minutes or so. And then you have to try to fold it and keep it. It is about 10 times harder than folding a leaf.
Pool rollers evenly distribute the load on the cover when removed. Plus, the lid rolls up nicely so it's easy to store when you're not using it.
Without a roller, you run the risk of tearing and scraping the roof over rocks, sidewalks or fences. And it's even more likely if you're trying to get it through the pool gate, which is a bad idea to start with. Assuming an average coverage of five times wider than the pool gate.
We recommend this manual roller pool and this automatic roller pool.
pool cover rolls can take up quite a bit of space at the end of the pool. For some people, this role is impractical because it doesn't fit.