Do you look forward to using your pool every summer, but dread having to clean it before you can. If you cover your pool with a winter pool cover, it will remain clean and clear of leaves, dirt and debris. Instead of a frog pond, with the proper shut down procedures, you open your pool up looking like it did when you closed it down. We carry a large selection of In Ground Winter Pool Covers at discount prices to meet your pool cover needs.
When deciding on a winter pool cover, take note of the Scrim number. The scrim is the weave tightness in the underlying thread construction. A higher scrim number means a better quality winter pool cover.
Click for instructions on how to winterize your in ground pool.
|PoolTux Royal - Winter||Blue||
|8 x 8||Good Polypropylene Cover|
|Arctic Armor Winter - 8||Navy Blue||
|9 x 8||Great Polypropylene Winter Cover|
|PoolTux King Winter||Silver||
|12 x 12||Very Good Polypropylene Cover||Arctic Armor Rugged Mesh - 8||Black||
|N/A||Mesh allows rain in, keeps trash out|
|Arctic Armor Winter - 12||Green||
|10 x 12||Better Polypropylene Winter Cover||Arctic Armor Winter - 15||Royal Blue||
|14 x 14||Best Polypropylene Winter Cover|
|PoolTux Ultra Premium Winter||Brown||
|14 x 14||Our Top Winter Pool Cover|
|*Note: The scrim usually refers to the number of thick, loosely woven threads, per inch, that are sandwiched between the top and bottom layers of the cover that give the cover its strength. Typically, the higher the number, the better the cover. (of course that is assuming that they all use the same type and thickness scrim thread ) Some covers use woven strips of material, instead of thread.|
Last Updated: 02/28/2019 01:26 PM - ID:1948
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