Arctic Armor’s mesh winter cover is a unique way to protect
your above ground pool from the elements in the off-season. Its tightly-woven polyethylene scrim
ensures that no holes develop in the cover and that dirt and leaves don’t slip
into the pool. Yet the fine mesh allows rainwater and snow to fill the pool,
which helps save water and chemicals from evaporation in the spring.
The mesh cover’s usefulness extends to ways many people
don't even realize. While most pool owners' main motivation for using a winter
cover is to keep debris from getting into the pool, another major issue for the
water itself during the off-season is algae growth. Still water (stagnant
because your pump is turned off) in direct sunlight is the perfect breeding
ground for algae. But all Arctic Armor covers are
UV-protected, so they keep sunlight from penetrating to the water, which
prevents algae from developing. The seams are also heat-sealed, ensuring a
consistent cover surface that holds up over time and a pool just as sparkling
and clear as when you close it for the season. This saves both time and
trouble, since cleanup is simplified and your pool water requires much less
preparation once the swim season arrives.
The key to Arctic Armor's winter covers staying firmly attached to above ground pools is a vinyl-coated cable that encircles the cover through a series of built-in metal grommets. No matter the weather or surrounding environment, the pool stays clean and healthy throughout the off-season.
The cover's four feet of fabric overlap (standard for all
Arctic Armor above ground models) on each side ensures an excellent deck connection and greatly reduces stress on the fabric, another innovation
that makes Arctic Armor the industry standard in winter covers.
mesh cover comes with an eight-year warranty, We offer a wealth of size options (plenty of choices for both the round and oval varieties, all listed to the right under Other Purchase Options), meaning we truly have you
covered no matter the size or shape of your above ground pool.