Severe storms can potentially cause a lot of damage to your pool if you don’t take precautions. Even if you receive no damage, properly reactivating your pool can save you time and money. Follow these steps to minimize the likelihood of damage and a messy cleanup.
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This page explains what actions to take when you receive a hurricane watch or warning alert from the National Weather Service for your local area. It also provides tips on what to do before, during, and after a hurricane.
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When preparing your pool for a hurricane, there are many steps to take before the storm.
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There are several steps you can take to prepare and protect your swimming pool during hurricane season.
Afternoon thunderstorms, tropical storms and hurricanes can drop a lot of water onto your pool deck and out to your yard.
The first step is to make sure as much water as possible drains from the deck as quickly as possible. Test how well your deck drains by using a garden hose to spray water on the deck and watching how quickly the water disappears.
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When a storm threatens, what should you do? Hurricane preparedness is merely a matter of planning ahead. Hurricane threats come in many forms, including storm surge, high winds, tornadoes, and flooding.