Cover-Pools pool covers save water.
Water evaporates from pools in varying degrees depending on many factors, including air temperature, water temperature, humidity, heat, shade in the pool area, wind, and pool turbulence.
An uncovered, 16-by-36 foot pool can lose as much as 180 gallons of water a week or 720 gallons of water a month to evaporation. That evaporating water also takes expensive heat and chemicals with it.
Around the world, Cover-Pools pool covers preserve hundreds of millions of gallons of heated and balanced pool water each year -- keeping the water in the pool for fun, exercise, and relaxation.
Indoor pools and dehumidification
Cover-Pools pool covers also prevent evaporation on indoor pools. In most cases, the cover can eliminate the need for expensive dehumidification systems. This can add up to a significant savings, simply by adding a pool cover as a vapor barrier.
Water conservation and drought
Water conservation is essential in many parts of the country, and many cities and counties will strictly regulate water consumption during periods of drought. A Cover-Pools cover keeps valuable water in the pool for you to enjoy.