In the last Newsletter I was saying how we hadn't lit the fire yet, what a quick change eh?
Just because the temperature has dropped don't think that you can just leave that pool !
Most important is to keep those leaves out - scoop them out with a net off the top AND the bottom. There are some leaves (Oleander and Eucylyptus to name two) that will stain your pool floor within a few days and can be very difficult to remove and in some cases impossible.
Empty your skimmer baskets more often - especially after high winds, and try to sweep up the leaves before hey get into the pool.
You can cut your pump hours down more now as Algae spores find it hard to attach themselves to surfaces below 15 degrees, so as long as there are no spores in your pool now you should be safe until the temperatures rise again.
Pool of the month
DO YOU KNOW WHERE THIS POOL IS? - I DO - But I'm not telling you !
If you are proud of your pool and think it could qualify as POOL OF THE MONTH send us a photo and it could be in next months newletter.
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A client of mine had what could have been a very serious fire a few months ago, the only saviour was that the person who was looking after his house at the time spotted the flames, just before going to bed. The fire had started in the chimney and had caught the timber tongue and groove ceiling from the OUTSIDE, so had they gone to bed earlier it could have been fatal.
This was a newly built house and the builders had failed to take the flue to the top of the chimney and the creosote built up on the unrendered brickwork and caught fire and combusted back down.
The chimney had to be swept and the problem was found and solved.
I have since been told of insurers refusing to pay out for chimney fire damage unless the chimney has been swept.
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