Remove debris and leaves to prevent them from entering your pool. Furthermore, it will keep water from evaporating and keep your pool clean.
If you are planning to close the pool by yourself, make sure to follow the guidelines of the manufacturer. It will prevent damage and ensure your pool is shut properly.
Preparing Your Lawn
Even though winter is nearing doesn’t mean that you cannot enjoy your lawn. Part of successful home winterization also involves preparing your lawn for winter. So, you’ll be in a position to enjoy your lawn year-round. To prepare your lawn to winterize, you should begin fertilizing it during the fall. It will ensure that the grass remains green and healthy all winter long. Be sure to ensure that you seed your lawn in areas where there is no grass. This will prevent your lawn from getting damaged over the winter months.
It is also recommended to aerate your lawn every fall. It will improve drainage and will also allow your grass to breathe. Make sure to remove any fallen leaves. The dead leaves can cause the grass to be smothered. This may also create problems in spring. Also, you should winterize your sprinkler system to prevent frozen pipes from developing inside your plumbing system. Shut off your sprinkler’s water supply , and then flush all remaining water from your pipes. This will protect the sprinkler system and it will save money on your monthly water bill.
Once you’ve winterized your house, you can sit back and rest assured that your house is secured from frigid weather. By taking the time to make your home more prepared, you can avoid costly repair and damages.