Safety Pool Cover Specialty Anchors
Safety Cover Specialty Anchors
If your pool is on ground or has a deck with brick or manufactured pavers, rock or water fall features on the perimeter, or if your safety cover traverses a planter bed, grass or any other surface you can use our specialty anchors to solve any anchoring challenge.
Aluminum Lawn Stakes: Aluminum lawn stakes can be used to secure the cover in areas where there is no concrete deck or hard surface and nowhere to drill to place a conventional Brass Anchor. Use for grass, planter beds, gravel, loose stone, etc. The pointed tip can be pushed into these surfaces and your strap and springs can be adjusted for the appropriate length to reach these tricky spots.
Pipe Anchor Assembly: If you are using more than a few stakes, in the place of brass anchors in a concrete pool deck, the Pipe Anchor Assembly is a sturdier method to secure your pool cover. Made of aluminum pipes, with a recessed tip to accept a standard brass cover anchor, cover pipes are used in cases similar to stakes, but are meant to be left in the ground permanently. The Anchor-in-Pipe method is considered to be safer and stronger than Lawn Stakes and are designed for use with loose and fixed pavers.
Waterfall Anchor Assembly: These handy stainless steel anchors can be installed on and around rock and waterfall features and horizontal pool slopes. These 3/8” anchors feature a wedge style tip that once installed will stay securely in place and a spring catch that hooks onto the spring hoop to hold the cover in taught in these tricky pool surrounds.
On-Ground Anchor Assembly: These anchors are specifically designed for above ground pools with aluminum wrap-around decks featured on pools by Kayak, Esther Williams, Fanta-sea, and Johnny Weissmuller. Their “C” shape connects to the lip of the deck and attaches to the safety cover strap for easy on-off and a secure pool.
California Residents WARNING: Brass contains trace amounts of lead. This products contains lead, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.