Pool Netting - Skimming
Using a pool net (also known as a skimmer) to clean out the surface of your pool is one of the most common cleaning techniques known among pool owners. Chances are, you have a pool rake or skimmer hanging off the wall somewhere nearby. Skimmers are typically used to clean out any floating material in your pool. This can be leaves, twigs, dead bugs, anything that is staying on top of the water and will not settle to the floor. This makes skimming both easy and difficult. Although it is simple enough to pick out the big pieces from your pool, an efficient skimming job requires time and practice.
Because it’s so well, there are also a lot of misconceptions revolving around skimming your pool. For example, it is always better to have a sturdy, well made skimmer, as the net will be less likely to have holes torn into it. There is also debate on whether a skimmer with a flat net or a bag net. While many pools have many things in common, certain aspects are different. At Blue Chip Pool Service we will not only provide a thorough pool netting, but also one that will be right for your own pool. Our experience in the pool cleaning field has given us the practice required to leave your pool bright, blue, and clean. Keep in mind that as a pool owner, you should still be skimming your pool daily to prevent excessive buildup of debris on the water’s surface.