Unique and Personalized Photo Pool Covers from Aquamatic Cover Systems
Above: Aquamatic Cover Systems’ exclusive Artpoolcover in Water #4 installed on a pool in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Aquamatic Cover Systems, manufacturer of hydraulic swimming pool covers, has recently partnered with Artpoolcover, a European company specializing in safety pool covers, to bring their innovative imprinted pool covers to the U.S., Canadian, and Central American markets.
Imprinted with graphic images and playful designs, Artpoolcover printed covers offer an artistic and personalized way to cover your pool. They can be used in conjunction with Aquamatic’s EZ-Cover and Hydramatic swimming pool cover systems, and come in more than 140 patterns and themes, ranging from nature to sports to fabric and even candy. (Visit www.artpoolcover.com to view the collection of available designs.)
For a truly one-of-a-kind look, you can have your own photo printed on the cover. “We have a client in Hawaii that wants to install his cover with a photo he took of the Pacific Ocean,” says Tom Dankel, owner of Aquamatic Cover Systems.
Dankel mentions another pool owner in Colorado who plans to take a picture of his deck and have the pattern printed on a pool cover, camouflaging the cover as part of the deck.
In order to have your photo printed on a pool cover, the photo must be taken from a 15 MP camera at a minimum resolution of 300 dpi using a JPEG/GIF format.
Installation and Maintenance
Artpoolcover printed covers can be installed on virtually any shape or type of inground pool and require the same maintenance and care as a regular pool cover. The imprinted design will last the life of the cover—typically five to seven years—and the cover can safely be cleaned with mild soap, water, and a nonabrasive brush.
Contact Aquamatic Cover Systems for more information.
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