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Fall is the time when many of you close your pool. While it’s not time to close while the temps stay warm, it is time to think about it.

We’ve put together a list of 11 things you should do before closing your pool. Plan to start tackling this list about two weeks before closing day. Read more

It’s time to get your ducks in a row!

Are you ready to close your pool? Would you like us to do it for you?

It’s a good idea to get on the schedule now. Complete this form, and we’ll get back with you to schedule a time to close your pool. Thank you for trusting Townley Pool and Spa to take care of your swimming pool needs!

If you’re closing your pool on your own, be sure to check out our pool closing tips!

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Consider running your swimming pool this winter. David and Jessica leave theirs open because it’s so much prettier all season long!

In this article, we explain how you can leave your pool open and what you need to do to take care of it. Read more

Looking for some pool closing tips? Watch as Dallas introduces you to one of our favorite products, the Gizzmo, and shows you how to use it.

Here is a tool that makes closing your pool easier and better protected from freeze damage.

Deluxe Pool Skimmer Gizzmo

The simple, easy-to-install Deluxe Pool Skimmer Gizzmo protects your pool skimmer in your inground pool from freezing during the winter!

Enjoy the peace of mind of knowing your skimmer won’t crack or get damaged due from ice during the long winter months.

As Dallas says, “Plug it, stuff it, forget about it!”

Pool Skimmer Gizzmo Features:

  • Prevents skimmers from damage due to freezing
  • Screws into place in 1-1/2 to 2-in. skimmer inlets
  • Compatible with in-ground pool skimmers
  • Compensates for freezing water to prevent damage
  • Saves you money and time on winterization
  • Eliminates costly repairs due to cracks and damage from freezing water

Built for 1-1/2 to 2-inch skimmer inlets, this guard is an economical investment that saves you time, money, and worry.

Many pool owners have pool heaters, so they can extend their swimming pool season. Because of this, many pool owners wonder if it’s okay to leave their pools open during the winter.

While we do have many customers who leave their pools open, there are some important things to consider and to take care of all winter long.

Winterizing is, of course, your decision. What part of the country you live in also plays a vital role in this decision. Read more