Pool Closings & Winterizing
We close/winterize pools throughout Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph & Surrounding Areas
Pool season has been an action packed, fun filled time but all good things come to an end and it’s time to close your pool for the winter months.
Closing and winterizing your pool properly is absolutely vital in ensuring freezing temperatures don’t wreak havoc on your pools plumbing and equipment components such as pipes, pumps, heaters and filters. Improperly closed pools can lead to costly repairs that may include repairing underground pipes or expensive pool equipment.
Our pool service team is professionally trained in closing & winterizing pools so come spring time you know your pool will be ready for another action packed swim season.
Pool Closings Pricing
Our pool closing package comes standard with the basics needed to close and winterize your pool. Below is a list of what is included in or standard package.
- Pumping down pools water level
- Remove pool accessories diving boards, ladders etc.
- Skim pool surface debris & empty strainer baskets (excess debris & cleaning will incur additional charges)
- Add Chemical Closing Kit
- Winterize pool equipment & plumbing lines
- Install gizmo in skimmer and winterizing plugs where needed
- Use pool safe antifreeze as needed
- Install winter safety cover
Additional add-ons are also available if you’d like our service team to handle a little bit more of the dirty work. Below is a list of available add-ons.
- Clean Cartridge Filter – $74.99
- Clean Salt Cell – $39.99
- Winterize Waterfall Or Water Feature – $39.99
- Winterize Attached Spa Or Hot-Tub – $94.99
- Access Debris Removal Or Vacuuming – $100/hour
- Additional Options Or Add-Ons Available On Request
Why Choose Us For Your Pool Closing?
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