You can leave your Intex pool up all winter if you winterize it.
If your area maintain tropical climates all day of the year, you may not need to winterize your pool at all, especially if it is used frequently.
Winterizing for Cold Areas or Climates
Winterizing and cleaning of pool before use are important when the weather is cold. You should take conscious efforts to remove the strainer and skimmer and plugging the inlets and outlets.
Take away any of the pool’s hoses and ladders that connect from the pool to the pump. Then add the correct winterizing chemicals (according to the instruction on it) and consult with your pool dealer for advice on what chemicals to use and how to best apply.
Next, cover your intex pool with a pool cover (CEHCK ON AMAZON) or an automatic pool cover (CHECK ON AMAZON). Then clean and drain the pump before storing it in a dry place where temperatures stay between 32 F and 104 F.
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If your area struggles with keeping temperatures at a minimum of 32 degrees Fahrenheit, you should disassemble and store your pool. Temperatures lower than that can lead to ice damage to the pool. Disassemble and store the pool in the fall when temperatures drop and you are no longer using the pool.
Allow all parts to dry once drained before storing. Keep it in a dry, clean area free of rodents where the temperature stays between 32 F and 104 F, to protect the pool.