Closing your pool


Our 2021 Closing menu is ready:

Full Closing  $525 – Includes: Draining of pool equipment. Removal of diving board, rails & ladders.Blowing out of the lines. Installation of winter cover. Cleaning of filter grids Winterizing chemicals. Basic vacuuming of pool.

No Cover Closing $435 – Includes: Draining of pool equipment. Removal of diving board, rails & ladders.Blowing out of the lines. Cleaning of filter grids Winterizing chemicals Basic vacuuming of pool.

No Vacuuming Closing with Cover $495 – Includes: Draining of pool equipment. Removal of diving board, rails & ladders.Blowing out of the lines. Installation of winter cover. Cleaning of filter grids Winterizing chemicals. Does not include vacuuming.

No Vacuuming, No Cover Closing $400 – Includes: Draining of pool equipment. Removal of diving board, rails & ladders. Blowing out of the lines. Cleaning of filter grids. Winterizing chemicals

 

Add ons and Options:

  • Cabling Fee $75.00
  • Close Spa at Later Date Add-On $150.00
  • Excessive Debris Charge $110.00

 

Prell Pools is dedicated to delivering an exceptional and safe closing experience.

 

Some key points we include at no extra cost:

  • Full Closing and No cover closing include 30 minutes of dedicated vacuuming.
  • All closings include winterizing chemicals
  • Our closing service includes filter grid/element cleaning. Most companies charge $75 – $90
  • Diving board removal (please inform us if you would like the diving board removed when booking the appointment or diving board will be left on deck)
  • Get a live person when calling our office.
  • We give free phone support to all customers.

 

Please call us with any questions or concerns you may have. We genuinely appreciate and value our customer feedback.

Winter Closing:

In-ground: $525.00 (tax not included)
Includes winterizing of equipment, cleaning filter grids, blowing out the lines, winterizing chemicals, and placement of your cover.

In-ground W/O Cover: $435.00 (tax not included)
Includes winterizing of equipment, cleaning filter grids, blowing out the lines, and winterizing chemicals.