Manual Pool Covers
There are four kinds of Manual Pool Covers:
-- Safety Covers
-- Manual Top Track Systems
-- Manual Snap Down Covers
-- Non-Safety Covers
-- Floating Blankets
-- Bubble Covers
Safety covers are for maintaining your pool as well as keeping your children and pets
Manual Top Track Systems
Manual Top Track Systems have similar requirements as The Automatic Track System.
They both need to have sufficient decking around the pool to install the track to the deck.
Manual Top Track Systems would be best used on smaller pools (16 x 32 or smaller)
with minimal deck drag. Using this system on a larger pool may require two people to
operate it instead of one.
To cover a pool with the Manual Top Track System you pull the cover out on to the pool
with a rope attached to the cover. To uncover the pool you would use the manual roller
that is attached to the deck and wind the roller manually
**CLICK HERE TO VIEW TOP TRACK MANUAL SAFETY COVER PHOTOS**
Manual Snap Down Covers
These covers are designed for customers that could not do a Track System or do not
want track on their deck. These covers can be used all the time or for seasonal use, like
for the winter or for certain times of the year when trees are a problem. Snap Down
Covers can conform to most any pool. The cover is installed into the deck with child proof
connectors. The roller is used to take the cover off or put the cover on. The roller is locked
down, but removable and easy to store.
Non-Safety covers will NOT protect your children or pets and are NOT for maintaining
your pool, but are ONLY for heating purposes and will help with evaporation.
**CLICK HERE TO VIEW SNAP DOWN SAFETY COVER PHOTOS**
When you heat your pool with gas, electricity, or solar, floating blankets are specifically
designed to keep heat in the pool and reduce your heating costs. Floating blankets are a
thin layer of foam covered in a special fabric. These covers require a wind-up roller
**CLICK HERE TO VIEW FLOATING BLANKET COVER PHOTOS**
Bubble covers are designed to add heat to your pool from the sun. They will also help
with holding heat in if you have gas electricity or solar, but are not as efficient as a floating
blanket. Bubble covers may or may not use a wind-up roller system, but it is generally
best to use one.
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