When you cover your pool before fall begins, do the leaves start falling on your pool cover? Then, after rainfall, is there a wet, decaying mess on your pool cover? Before opening your pool next spring, those heavy, wet leaves have to be removed and discarded. A Leaf Net can be a solution to the messy problem. After you close your pool and winterize it, you simply stretch the Leaf Net over your winter cover. After the leaves have fallen, remove the leaf net (preferably before the winter's first freeze), and it cleans the leaves and debris out of the pool and off of your winter cover. Allow the Leaf Net to dry completely before folding for storage. This cover is made from durable polyethylene and carries a 4 Year Warranty.
Nearly all the leaf nets are made the same way with the same polycarbonate or polyethylene materials. The manufacturers' warranties are based on their confidence in the product they make. Manufacturers' warranties are pro-rated and limited to defects in materials & workmanship. Pro-rated means that after the 1st year, you'll be given a discount off the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for a new cover and the discount will be less for each successive year. Damage by wind or other "acts of god," neglect, etc. are not covered by warranty. How long your leaf net lasts depends a great deal on the weather, wind, the amount of leaves and debris you may have, and how you store the cover between uses.
Leaf nets, like winter pool covers, are purchased according to your pool's size. The cover will be bigger than the dimensions of your pool so you can anchor them with water tubes around the pool for in ground pools, and with a cable and winch for above ground pools.
Last Updated: 10/24/2013 02:34 PM - ID:12
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