ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY COVER SAVES TIME AND MONEY IN THE SPRING!
Our rugged mesh cover makes spring clean-up a snap. The secret to this unique cover is the tightly woven scrim that holds together insuring that no gaps or holes develop. Rugged mesh allows only rain water and very fine silt to pass through.
Note: Standing water on top of the cover is normal but most of the water
should seep though with time. Please use air pillows to separate the water
from the cover.
Simply remove rugged mesh, vacuum up the fine silt and open your pool. Rugged mesh's fine mesh allows rain and snow to slowly fill your pool, saving water and chemicals in the spring. Since our scrim is so tightly woven, the cover allows almost no sunlight through and ensures an algae-free pool in the spring. Our rugged mesh covers are made from tough U.V. protected woven polyethylene that is strong enough to handle ice, snow, sleet and high winds. Rugged double stitched hems are triple reinforced for strength and the cover's black underside retards algae growth.
These Mesh covers have a 3' overlap.
Comes with a cable and winch tightener.
Allows almost no sunlight through and ensures an algae-free pool in the spring.
8 Year Warranty
Specified In The Description Refers To The Pool Size. Actual Cover Size
is 3' Bigger Than The Pool Size.
Above Ground Mesh Cover Installation
INSTALL YOUR MESH NET ON TOP OF YOUR WINTER COVER.
If you find that your leaf net is too small, do not stretch it across the pool in an attempt to make it fit.
Your leaf net is made to have rainwater accumulate on top of it all winter. This water will not damage your leaf net in any way. Do not pump off the leaf net during the Fall. Water on top of the leaf net will hold it in place and protect your cover from wind damage.
Your leaf net is sized for a maximum water drop below the deck of 18". If you normally drop your water more than 18" in the Fall, return your leaf net for a larger size.
Do not use bricks or sharp blocks to weigh down your leaf net as they will cut and scuff the leaf net. We recommend using water tubes for leaf net installation.
If you tie your leaf net to a fence or other permanent structure, be sure to use a flexible
bungee cord. This flexible cord will allow the leaf net to shift as snow and ice accumulates without pulling out the corner tabs or straps. Water tubes must still be used.