How do you maintain a small intex pool?
To maintain a small Intex pool you will need a filter, pool vacuum, pool test kit, net, and chemicals. Keep the filter running to clean the water, test the water daily. Adjust chemicals for chlorine, and PH. Use the net to scoop out leaves and debris as needed, vacuum the pool as needed as well.
Is there a company that will come to your house set up an above ground pool service it and then tear it down after the summer?
I would think a handyman sort might set it up for you and you would have to hire a pool service to service it. Or call a few pool service companies in your area and see what they say. You might want to consider an Intex easy set-up pool. I bought a 15 foot Intex pool at Wal-Mart for virtually nothing. Add water and it rises. Check with your pool supply company for help with…
To take care of an easy set Intex pool that is 8 feet by 30 inches, you should run the filter each day. Clean the filter periodically. Check chemical levels each day. Add chlorine and adjust the PH as it is needed. Use a net to scoop out dirt, and leaves. Use a pool vacuum to clean the bottom of the pool when it is needed.
Use what ever is recommended by the builder or the manufacturer of the salt system. If there is a choice then choose one. If there is only one choice then there is no other alternative. It makes no difference whether your pool is an Intex or not! USE THE PRODUCT THAT IS RECOMMENDED. Unless you want to replace the system prematurely. k
Yes you can! Our neighbors gave us a 13'x42" INTEX metal side pool stating that it had a small hole in the bottom. Turns out, it had 6 small holes in the bottom. So, we bought a vinyl patch kit found in the pool section at Walmart. We followed the instructions for patching underwater holes. We cut out the plastic piece bigger than the hole and rounded the corners. Put the glue on the piece…