1. Is your pool in a protected environment, or completely outdoors?
This could affect the type of pool enclosure deciding to buy. If the pool is in an open area, or if the enclosure is subject to strong winds, consider either a low-profile box or one that is connected to the tracks of the deck. You can buy automatic retractable pool enclosures in Canada from various online sources.
2. Is your pool ring in good condition?
Is ring the pool (either opening or platform) in good condition? It is level and solid? For a pool deck to work easily and efficiently your floor should be as level as possible and the pavement should be reasonably smooth, especially if you are not having a monitoring system.
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3. What kind of edging to have around your pool?
If your curbstones rise above the area surrounding the pool, you need to take this into account when taking measurements of your pool enclosure. In general, many people want to have the room feel as tight as possible to the pool if space is limited, so any measurements have to be at least 10 cm beyond the copings raised to ensure that the enclosure is clear.
4. Can you still easily maintain your pool?
While preparing your pool enclosure location, you need to bear in mind that you will still want easy access to filter enclosures, or lighting points. This is especially true if you intend for a tracked network, and these access points will need to be taken into account in your measurements.