Pool Storage Solutions for Fall and Winter

Cedar Storage Shed for Pool Equipment

Store your pool equipment in a Storage Shed

Very soon, it will be time to close your pool for the season. You are probably already stocking up on pool chemicals, covers, and closing accessories. Another important closing season consideration – Where will you store your supplies? Pool floats, chemicals, and other pool accessories need a home for the off season. Below are several options that you can use to organize your pool area and have everything ready for next spring.

  • Raft, Float, and Towel Caddy – This handy tool is perfect for the storage of pool toys and floats. It is made of sturdy PVC and can be put together in minutes. It is great for rafts, “noodles”, toys, etc.
  • Pool Pantry – This organizer is so compact and efficient that you will wonder how you survived without it. It is lightweight and sturdy. It comes with a cover and accessory bag and holds multiple floats.
  • Pool Deck Box – Made of durable resins, this storage box will endure many seasons as it keeps your pool gear dry and out of the sun. Great for pool toys, chemicals, hoses, or even patio cushions in the fall. It eliminates clutter and features wheels for easy moving.
  • Looking for something bigger? A cedar storage shed is the solution. It will create the perfect pool side cabana to store everything! Floats, chemicals, cleaning equipment, and more can be tucked away safe, secure, and dry until next spring.

4 thoughts on “Pool Storage Solutions for Fall and Winter”

  1. shastapoolsandspas

    Ah, a very informative post. We had always been taught to keep our things where they belong after we use them. Same goes for all our pool accesories. Come end of summer, it is best to keep all the pool accessories to prevent wear and tear so that we can still use them for the next summer. Nice post!

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    1. Jessica Harwell

      Leaving the liner dry, and exposed to sunlight, will cause it to shrink and weaken. When you add water in the spring, the liner will likely tear or split and need to be replaced. It should never be dry for an extended period of time.

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