About Pool Cover Profiles

Pool Cover Profiles manufactures the profiles to assemble a swimming pool cover. We do not make finished swimming pool covers. We focus on supplying these profiles for the pool cover constructors by offering an exceptional quality and a wide variety of profiles, available in different colours. If you request more information, please contact us here.

Pool Cover Profiles is a brand of BUILDING Shutter Systems. This family business was established in 1973. Together with several foreign subsidiaries, the company has grown into a leading specialist in manufacturing roller shutter systems.

Why choose our Pool Cover Profiles?


Pool cover profiles contribute to the neatness of your pool. Dirt, like leaves or grass, are kept away from the pool so the water remains clean and pleasant.


Our profiles are the perfect prevention against algae. They have a specific design that consists out of four chambers. Three chambers are closed and one is open. The bottom of the open chamber, is provided with several openings. This ensures water constantly rinsing the chamber which prevents the formation of algae.


When your pool is unsupervised, our pool cover profiles will help to keep your family safe. Wandering children or pets won’t end up in the pool when you aren’t around.

We offer standard PVC profiles and polycarbonate profiles. Our polycarbonate profiles are progressive in the market of pool cover profiles and their quality is exceptional.

These profiles are impact and UV resistant. They have been tested and rated with hail resistance class 5*, which is the top rating according to the VKF-institute.

*On functionality


Both our PVC and polycarbonate profiles have solar varieties. The bottom of the solar profile has a specific black layer. This absorbs the sunlight and causes the air in the profiles to heat up. The top layer of the pool will warm up and the circulation system will mingle the water. The difference in temperature of the whole pool will be noticeably higher. It can lead up to a pool which is 4 to 6 degrees warmer than one without solar profiles.