I thought that you might like some help with getting rid off all those pine needles, leaves, straw and other debris on your pool enclosure and searched on YouTube for good video-tutorials on the subject.
There is a whole series of them, all presented by a seasoned professional on ehow, and I’d like to share them with you. You can get to the video-page by going to our Care Tips in the menu bar or by clicking on the title or the image below. Scroll down on that page to the 10th video and you'll see the title of it. These short tutorials are being played automatically, one after another. I am sure that you will find some valuable tips on how to do this task yourself.
How to safely clean a pool cage off pine needles and other debris using a pool brush and a leaf blower
To sum it up: Regular cleaning is needed every couple of month because once your enclosure has accumulated a certain amount of pine needles, they trap other pine needles and debris which would normally be blown off by the wind. More and more needles get stuck in the screen and this can weigh down and damage your screen.
Now, as always, if you don’t feel like climbing ladders and standing at the roof-edge of your house, brushing off those pine needles or if you have a fear of heights then give me a call. We’ll do this work safely and with efficiency.
You can call us at 1-888-224-1993 and let our friendly receptionist know that you read this blog and want to get your pool cage pine-needle free! She will help you to get an appointment with me or she can connect us straight away so we can discuss your needs.
Looking forward to hear from you and love your comments!
Ella May + Luna Marie + Amelie Rose Munoz:
We like to help our Dad to promote his pressure washing and window cleaning business in Clearwater and Tampa Bay. Hope you enjoy this blog ;-).
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