Aquavent performs the same functions as traditional solar pool covers in that it; reduces evaporation by up to 97%, prevents debris from entering the pool and retains heat from the sun.
What makes Aquavent unique is that it does all these things while allowing your pool to ‘breathe’ and release excess chlorine and sanitation chemicals. Short term, this creates healthier, more comfortable swimming conditions and long term, prolongs the life of your pool.
Traditionally, pool covers have been marketed as saving on pool chemicals by preventing them from escaping your pool. The reality is that pool blankets that ‘lock’ chemicals in, inevitably cause many pools to be over-chlorinated.
Every year, over chlorination causes expensive, irreversible damage to fibreglass, concrete and liner pools and expensive pool equipment all around the world.
Step 1: Measure.
Simply measure the width and length of your pool. Ensure you measure the widest and longest point to ensure complete, edge to edge coverage.
Step 2: Place on pool.
Once you receive your Aquavent blanket, place it on the pool. Check the weather to ensure a calm, wind-free day. Cover the pool edge to edge and allow the blanket to settle for 2-3 hours.
Step 3. Cut to size.
Using sharp scissors, trim the excess from the Aquavent blanket. Trim carefully around all sides and edges to ensure the blanket touches each edge when sitting on the pool. This prevents leaves, dirt and debris from making their way into the pool while covered.