As Tennessee’s #1 authorized Meyco pool cover installers, your cover will fit ‘drum tight’ and it will last for many years to come! Includes a 12-year Manufacturer’s warranty and a tested, patented design!
- New pool covers
- Replacement covers (we can replace a non-Meyco cover with a Meyco cover)
- We can replace an old Meyco cover with a new one!
- Custom Designs Available upon request
How do we guarantee covers fit? We physically measure every pool and are especially thorough with our measurements. We expedite the estimating process where possible with virtual reviews of your pool too using Google Earth! You will work with the Owner and only professional trained, certified installers will come to your home. It’s our process and our people that sets us apart.
Live in the area? East & Middle Tennessee is home to thousands of pools. In Tennessee, we love our pools! You might even be building one right now! We want to keep pools debris free, safe and protected from the elements. Pool covers lengthen the life of your pool and save you money long term.
Have You Asked About Your 10% Off Promotion?
*If you install 100ft or more of pool fence, you qualify for a 10% discount on your pool cover! Big Savings. If you have less than 100ft, you still get 5%! Offer good now and into the future. Applies to jobs booked within one month of each other.
Professional Certified Installer At Your Service.
- FREE estimates
- Guaranteed to fit!
- Every pool is custom measured
- 12 Year Warranty (manufacturer)!
- Recognized official Meyco Pool Cover Dealer
- 5-10% off for qualifying customers *
- Prompt estimates and installations
- Work with Owner
Installing Meyco Pool Covers—Three Options
Our Pool Covers exceed all ASTM Standards. We have three main types of pool covers, all of which are excellent quality:
MeycoLite Pool Covers
Lightweight, Durable, Less Maintenance.
- Weaved MeycoLite fabric. Weighs about 50% less than a typical solid cover.
- Water drains easily. Eliminates need to pump off dangerous surface water.
- Meticulous stitching, so your cover will last a long time.
- Blocks 95% of sun’s rays. Minimizes fading.
Cleaner Water, Less Maintenance.
- Durable like a solid cover combined with the light weight of a mesh cover.
- Greater tear & tensile strength than standard mesh covers.
- Easy installation and removal. Lightweight construction.
- Special weave allows water to drain from surface easily.
- Block more sunlight & offer greater strength than standard mesh covers.
Reliable, Durable, Attractive.
- Our solid covers reduce evaporation (blocking 100% of the sun’s rays).
- Keeps chemicals in your swimming pool longer.
- Guards against UV damage and protect your pool from falling debris.
- Long lifespan!
- Greater tear and tensile strength than competing covers.
A Meyco pool cover is the perfect solution, and we carry three key types, so there is an option for every homeowner! Whether you have an in-ground pool, above ground pool or spa area, we are the #1 local installer for residential pool covers!
We install both solid and mesh pool covers for almost any type of pool on many surface types! Our covers are literally “built to last.” The process behind making your cover ensures “your cover will fit perfectly and last over the long haul!”
Our Pool Cover Installation Process
Most pool cover measurements and estimates will be done in person, but they may be done virtually, depending on location. Here is how the process goes:
- Phone consult and presentation (rough price idea is provided)
- We then come to your home and physically measure your pool** (this assures you that the correct measurements have in fact been made)
- We then call you/email you the final price so you can place your order, or we may discuss the quote with you in person while at your home
- You place your order
- We schedule your installation date!
Pool Area Surfaces in which We Install Safety & Winter Pool Covers
Pool Covers FAQs
About Chattanooga, TN
Chattanooga is known for being a vibrant city located in scenic southeastern Tennessee. The city is known for its rich history, natural beauty, creative arts, and upbeat culture. The population is approximately 182,113 as of 2021, and it’s still one of the most popular areas to live in Tennessee. There is a myriad of landmarks for residents and tourists to visit in Chattanooga – it’s difficult to decide on what to see first.
The Walnut Street Bridge is a popular landmark bridge connecting the downtown area with the North Shore district, offering panoramic views of the mountains and Tennessee River.
Lookout Mountain offers gorgeous views of Chattanooga and the Tennessee River Valley. The city is also home to a few well-known attractions like the Incline Railway, Ruby Falls, and Rock City Gardens.
Tennessee Aquarium is perfect for families and group tours. The aquarium is known for its diverse collection of marine life, including river otters, penguins, and sharks. Plus, it’s nestled on the banks of the Tennessee River.
Popular Places to Visit in Chattanooga
With its mixture of natural beauty, historic landmarks, and modern attractions, Chattanooga, Tennessee is an inviting and captivating destination for visitors and residents alike. Here are a few more popular landmarks:
This charming historical location offers a unique combination of art galleries, museums, shops, and restaurants. You can actually see stunning riverfront views.
The park is located along the riverfront in the North Shore district, this a family-friendly park that features an antique carousel, interactive water features, and plenty of green space for outdoor fun.
This well-known museum overlooks the Tennessee River. The museum showcases a diverse collection of American art, ranging from colonial times to the present day.
The train station is a historic marker place that has been converted into a unique entertainment complex, featuring restaurants, shops, and a hotel – at the same time preserving the station’s original architecture and charm.
Pool Safety Resources for Chattanooga, TN
About Knoxville, TN
Knoxville, TN is the center for culture, history, and scenic beauty all around – the suburbs and the city. The population has over 192,648 residents, according to the census records. Knoxville is known for its historical landmarks, including a large white marble monument honoring the area’s early settlers and a historic fort used during the Civil War.
The city is home to a variety of beautiful parks and green spaces, including a riverfront park that’s ideal for family picnics, jogging, and just relaxation. Speaking of jogging, Knoxville is home to the annual Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon.
Residents and vacationers can explore several popular places, including the McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture. With interactive exhibits and an extensive collection of art from centuries ago, it’s a great spot for all ages.
Market Square features an array of shops, restaurants, and award-winning local vendors. Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum is a charming botanical garden with several themed gardens and a lovely, ivy-covered greenhouse – it is a must-visit.
Zoo Knoxville is a 53-acre park in Tennessee with hundreds of animals. Visitors can see elephants, gorillas, tigers, and other types of zoo animals. You get to enjoy activities like animal encounters and camel rides. A great place for families and animal lovers!
The Sunsphere was built for the 1982 World’s Fair. Today you can ride an elevator to the observation deck for great views of the city. Knoxville offers visitors and residents plenty of opportunities for adventure, learning, and so much fun.
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