Indoor Pool Covers
We have several options for indoor pool covers, all-purpose built for your needs. The foam cover is for indoor pools, where the environment has high air temperatures. The cover has been designed to deal with condensation, reducing evaporation and retaining heat in the pool.
Solar Pool Cover information
Indoor pool cover information
• A pool without a cover will lose an incredible 90% of its heat through evaporation
• Dense material will keep light penetration to a minimum and will help to reduce algae growth
• Reduces humidity levels
• Reduces the need for heating and ventilation
• Saves on heat and forms a vapour barrier between the water and the cooler air
• Chemically-treated vapours will rise and cause costly and sometimes permanent damage to the building structure, lights and other fixtures and fittings
• Heat retention covers will stop vapour rising and save on heating, chemical and maintenance bills
• Covers should recoup their costs from energy saving within a year
5mm foam indoor cover tough polyolefin for heat retention and strength, shaped and hemmed to your specification (extra cost), 44degC maximum temperature, 3-year pro rata guarantee. The 5mm is ideal for domestic pools and commercial environments.
8mm foam pool cover polyolefin, 44degC maximum temperature with a 4-year pro rata guarantee or 39degC for hydrotherapy pools with a 1-year warranty. Very popular in the commercial and hydrotherapy market given the extra thickness as the cost saving on running costs is far greater.
12mm foam pool cover laminated top and bottom with embossed clear protective layer due to being able to cope with higher temperatures. Ideal for spas and hydrotherapy pools ﾖ max running temp of 39degC, limited to a 1-year warranty. These covers cannot be hemmed and are not easy to roll, therefore cannot be fitted on a roller. For this reason they are only suitable for smaller pools.
Should the cover be hemmed? This is an extra strip of reinforced material added to the perimeter of the pool to prevent waterlogging that occurs in foam covers. It also prevents tearing, therefore extending the life expectancy of the cover. It looks great too!