At Aboralwe know just how important
maintenance of a shell pool
can be a real headache. In fact, between regular monitoring of indicators such as PH, the choice of winterization and the cleaning of filtration equipment, it’s not easy to find one’s way around. What if this year you were to make your maintenance schedule to keep your clean, healthy pool water ?
This will enable you to be more organized and know which tasks you have to do, month by month. Once action takenYou’ll be able to note down the date on which you performed this operation, either in a notebook or on your smartphone. This will help you avoid duplicates or last-minute oversights.
Discover now your pool’s maintenance schedulemonth by month!
Caring for your pool during winter storage
Has your pool water dropped below 12°C? You can now proceed to winterizing your pool. But that doesn’t mean your pool is maintenance-free!
In fact, if you live in a cold region and have opted for passive passive winteringyou won’t have to perform any maintenance before before restarting of spring. On the other hand, if your pool is in active winteringyou’ll need to check that the filtration system is working properly, and regularly check the water pH and correct it if necessary.
- December, January
For pool owners living in colder regions of France, passive winterizing may already be underway. In this case, you don’t have to perform any maintenance tasks for the time being. On the other hand, if you have active winteringa few checks are in order. Indeed, even if you are located in a region where the risk of freezing is low, you should regularly check that the water in your pool does not freeze and that the filtration system works properly. Also, be sure to check the water quality to make it easier for you to start up again as soon as the warm weather returns.
Finally, remove any waste from the skimmers on a daily basis. skimmers.
If your pool is active winteringthe month of February is once again devoted to water monitoring of your pool: water treatment, pH control and skimmer cleaning. On the contrary, in the case of a swimming pool in passive winteringyou don’t have to do a thing.
Pool maintenance during busy periods
In mild springs, it’s not uncommon to see your pool thermostat rise above 12°C. In this case, you can proceed with the restart once you’ve checked the water level.
A shock treatment should also be carried out to eliminate any micro-organisms that may have developed during wintering.
If you have carried out passive wintering, don’t forget to clean the filter before restarting.
If the month of March was rather cool, it is possible that the restart of your pool in April. If this is the case, you’ll need to take the same precautions as described above.
Please note: if you wish to take advantage of first swims of the year of the year, remember to wait at least 24 hours after after adding disinfectant to your pool.
As temperatures rise, it’s not uncommon for bacteria to invade your pool. To prevent your water from becoming cloudy or greenyou’ll need to monitor water quality water quality but also clean the bottom and sides with a pool broom.
Summer is just around the corner! Now more than ever, surveillance is essential to prevent algae development in your pool. So remember to remove floating debris (leaves, insects) from the water surface every day. Keep an eye out for different parameters (such as water pH) and once a week, add a dose of disinfectant. disinfectant into your pool.
- July, August
July marks the start of the vacation season. Before the big day, use a anti-algae product and cover your swimming pool with a cover.
If you stay at home to enjoy your pool, you’ll need even more treatment products for your pool water. The more a pool is used, the more maintenance and cleaning it will need. So to keep your pool water healthy and clean, there’s only one watchword: regularity!
In September, the nights cool down depending on the region. To continue enjoying water at the right temperature, you can already cover your pool at the end of the day.
Finally, start anticipate wintering making sure you have all the accessories you need. If you’re short of material, don’t hesitate to visit the Aboral Shop online store. From maintenance products to covers, you’ll find everything you need to successfully winterize your pool.
For those with a heat pump or a pool enclosureNow’s the time to go the extra mile! Once the last rays of sunshine have given way to the first cold snaps, you can start winterizing your pond.
Depending on your pool model, the maintenance schedule is subject to change. So to keep your water healthy and clean all year round, don’t hesitate to consult our team of experts. They’ll be happy to advise you!Configure your pool online Back to news