There's so much good to say about automatic covers, let's get the negatives out of the way first. The downsides really boil down to two things: Firstly automatic covers are expensive, depending who you ask and the product being used, an automatic cover might add anywhere from $20,000 to $30,000 to a residential pool or more in some of the trickier applications.
Secondly, covers compromise aesthetics. In most cases, they limit the shape of the pool to a rectangle, which for many people isn't much of a problem because rectangular pools are often among the most beautiful across a range of settings. More intrusive still, even if the cover has an attractive color, it's never going to be as eye pleasing as a shimmering body of water.
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