Many folks who own their own pools are quite guilty of this. Even the municipalities that are mandated to take care of public bathing areas should take note of this because it is well within their means to carry out this sustainable exercise as well. You may not notice this first hand or at a glance, but give it time. Call upon all your best skills of observation and notice just how much of a negative impact an uncovered pool is having on your lifestyle or business.
You know the old saying well by now, surely. When you are finished using something, carefully close it up or switch it off, place it in its storage container or area and shut it away for the day, or night, until it needs to be used again. Leaving a peanut butter or jam jar open on the kitchen sink is not a good idea, now is it? The food will soon go off. Now, how can your pool water go off? Come on folks, surely you know this much by now.
How often have you had to clean your pool water with costly chemical detergents? You never needed to do this, you know. All you will have had to do is simply cover your pool when it is not being used. And the bigger your pool the more complex this sustainable exercise should become. Lay out the brief expense of a pool cover installation for now and see just how much you will end up saving in the long run.
Water and energy savings will be made. Domestically and commercially, water and power use are two of the biggest expenses. You can conserve so much just by having your pool covered when it not going to be used for a while.