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How long should you run your pool pump during the winter?

 

How long should you run your pool pump during the winter?

Outdoor temperatures change drastically during the winter. For some, temperatures can be as mild as 70 degrees.

But for many others, especially those living in the northeast, winters can drop below freezing temperatures of 32 degrees.

So if you’re living in a climate with harsh winters, the last thing you want is your pool to freeze over.

Swimming pool freeze prevention made simple:

  • Always keep your water warm and above freezing temperatures
  • Close the pool

During the winter, expect to run your pump anywhere from 14 – 24 hours a day to prevent freezing temperatures. Or as long as necessary to keep your water warm.

Related: 9 Ways To Prevent Pool Freeze Damage

 

 

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Pub Time : 2019-10-05 00:10:53 >> News list
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