Closing and Hurricane Pool Preparation

We are closed for the hurricane on Wednesday 8/30/23 

If everything is operational we should be open on Thursday 8/31/23


From #FSPA:

Hurricane season takes place June 1st through November 30th in Florida.

There are many ways you should prepare for hurricane season – here are some helpful tips from the Florida Swimming Pool Association to protect your swimming pool, hot tub and patio area from the next hurricane or tropical storm.


– Do not drain your pool! Keep proper water levels in your pool, the weight of the water holds the sides and bottoms in place during the hurricane or tropical storm.

Trim branches and remove potential threats to your swimming pool and patio

– Shock your pool – you may lose power for an extended amount of time, meaning your pool should be ‘super chlorinated’ – this will help your pool’s water chemistry.

Turn off all power at the circuit breakers before a storm hits. Any exposed electrical equipment such as motors for the pumps should be tightly covered with plastic wrap. If flooding is expected, attempt to remove and place at higher ground.

– Remove any loose objects such as chairs, tables, pool equipment and even toys. These items can become projectiles in high wind storms.

– If you cannot store certain pool deck items inside for the storm, you can gently place them into your pool for safe keeping – do not throw any items into your pool. Throwing can items can create leaks or damage your pool. Be especially weary if you have a vinyl or fiberglass pool!

– Never put glass items into your pool, they must be taken inside!!