- Maintain low water levels outside the pool. Direct flow of water away from the pool.
- With this amount of rain, your pool water level will rise accordingly.
- Keep your pool full of water, do not lower below mid-skimmer. This helps to prevent ground water from pushing up from under pool and causing damage, by keeping as much water in pool as possible.
Keep automatic covers retracted into their boxes during the storm. Leave the pool exposed.
MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS SURROUNDING POOL
Be careful of skimmer lids and any other loose items blowing into the pool. Also, store chemicals and pool equipment.
Super-chlorinate your pool (Shock it). This will help if the power goes out for a few days.
Rainfall dilutes salt level in chlorine generator pools. This can prevent chlorine from being generated. Cyanuric acid/Stabilizer needs to be at the correct level for your generator to convert salt to chlorine.
Turn off your system before the storm hits, to prevent damage from a possible power surge.
We service from the Hopewell, Pawling, Brewster, Carmel area to Hudson, Barrytown, Craryville area and cities in between. Give us a call at 845-677-7665 if you need help during or after the storms.