Posted by: Great Lakes Bio Systems | August 8, 2012

How closing your pool and pond for winter can positively impact spring openings

It has been a hot summer for most of the country and you may still be treating current problems in the bodies of water you service, but it is not too early to start thinking about a plan for closing your pool and pond heading into fall and winter.

Although Mother Nature does slow down during the winter months, it does not stop and there for you need to close your pool and pond properly in order to have a successful spring opening.  Besides the normal step taken to close down and prepare pools and ponds for winter, it is important to remember to protect the water quality with these helpful products for pool management and pond management.

For Pools:

Orb-3 PRA & Enzymes Maintenance is ideal for closing any pool. This unique combination technology effectively reduces phosphates and other organic material that collect in the pool during the winter.

Orb-3 PRA & Enzymes Maintenance insures quick and easy pool opening by reducing typical spring maintenance.

  • Springtime pool opening becomes fast and easy.
  • Phosphate levels are reduced.
  • Waterline buildup is prevented.
  • Products are compatible with all closing procedures.
  • One ounce treats 2000 gallons of pool water!

Applying Orb-3 PRA & Enzymes in the mid to late fall will ensure easier pool openings will give your pool a head start for next spring and lead to easier pool maintenance throughout the year.

For Ponds:

Applying Orb-3 Enzymes and TMOC or Orb-3 VA Dry Bacteria in the mid to late fall will keep the digestive process going well into the winter months which will give your pond a head start for next spring and lead to easier pond maintenance throughout the year.
For additional information on products and dosage rates to protect your pool and pond, please give us a call at 1-(800) 236-1366 or check out our Product Finder.

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