One of Mr. Meyer’s first inventions, industry standard screw type anchors are included with your cover order. These standard brass anchors are designed to quickly twist open and lie flush to the surface when closed. Perfect for concrete and other solid surfaces like slate, stone or other solid set decking.
Also available in stainless steel and custom colors.
One twist to open and one twist to close. A custom option for your cover, Meyco’s pioneering pop-up anchors lie flush to the surfaced when closed and automatically open to the perfect height when in use. Made of brass, these anchors are designed for concrete and other solid surfaces like slate or stone.
Meyco’s long anchors are 2 1/8″ long give and a great anchor option for Ipe wood decking or other areas where you need a little something extra.
Uniquely designed to fit Meyco brass anchors, these deck flanges (collars) fit snug around the top of Meyco’s screw-type anchors for a polished, professional finish on your deck.
Also available in stainless steel and custom colors
Wood Deck anchors are designed to hold Meyco covers securely on wooden and composite decks. These 2″ diameter anchors twist open and lie flush to the surface when closed.
9” Pipe Anchor – perfect for pools with paver decks or other irregular services like dirt or planter areas
18” Pipe Anchor – designed for pools with paver decks, loose brick or garden/lawn areas near the pool
Perfect for planter areas. These 16” Lawn Spikes are perfect for planter areas. With four fins around the perimeter, lawn spikes grip into the soil to ensure a secure fit and greater holding power. Spikes can be removed or tamped down to conceal during swim season.
Meyco’s 18” Lawn Pins go deeper into the soil. Shaped similar to a nail, these lawn pins can be used in lawns, landscaped areas and where soil is extra rocky. Lawn Pins are the perfect choice for smaller spaces where you need strong holding power in less room.
Perfect for wood or aluminum decks, Meyco’s on-ground brackets are designed to install in areas where drilling isn’t an option for an on-ground pool.