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As soon as the weather heats up people start calling us to get their pools serviced but the best times to get your pool serviced are actually before it starts heating up. That way if we need to order any parts or do repairs we can still get it done before the summer heat starts. Backyard pools are such a great way to play together as a family and get active, and swimming is one of the few activities that can get a child away from staring at a screen. Read on to learn more about pool installation and maintenance.

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How to Heat a Pool Cost-Effectively
18 July 2019

Whether you own a small lap pool that you use to t

Salt Water Pool: Understanding the Factors Influencing Stabiliser Levels
26 October 2017

The maintenance of a salt water pool can be challe

Pool Fencing: Top Benefits of Frameless Glass
22 February 2017

If you have a swimming pool, it will be prudent to

Dispense With The Pleasantries: Should You Choose An Automatic Chlorine Dispenser For Your Pool?
6 September 2016

Properly sanitising and chlorinating your pool wat

Important Factors to Remember When Choosing an Electric Spa Heater
16 February 2016

To create a relaxing hot tub experience, you'll wa

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How to Heat a Pool Cost-Effectively

Whether you own a small lap pool that you use to train in or are responsible for the upkeep of a large municipal swimming pool, there is one big factor to take into consideration—the cost of running it. Of course, there are certain running costs that come with a large body of water that is filled from the mains supply, as most Australian pools are. You will need to top your pool up occasionally, and you will also have to pay money for consumables, such as chlorine and other cleaning agents, that are a normal part of swimming pool expenses. Read More 

Salt Water Pool: Understanding the Factors Influencing Stabiliser Levels

The maintenance of a salt water pool can be challenging for individuals without an understanding of the functional mechanisms. In general, a pool must contain a chemical known as sodium hypochlorite chlorine to be termed as a salt water pool. The process through which this compound is formed begins with the addition of salt to the pool. In simple terms, one must add salt into the water to the point of saturation. Read More 

Pool Fencing: Top Benefits of Frameless Glass

If you have a swimming pool, it will be prudent to ensure that it is secured with fencing. This is especially true for homeowners who have younger children or pets. However, some people may be wary of installing fencing as they assume that it will detract from the attractiveness of their pool area. Luckily, one of the materials that will enhance kerb appeal while providing safety for your pool area. So what are some of the top benefits of opting for frameless glass pool fencing? Read More 

Dispense With The Pleasantries: Should You Choose An Automatic Chlorine Dispenser For Your Pool?

Properly sanitising and chlorinating your pool water is probably the most important part of maintaining any pool, so naturally you will want to choose the most efficient chlorine delivery system for your needs. However, while the tried and tested method of placing chlorine pucks in your skimmer basket is still highly effective, there is another option; automatic chlorine dispensers, which pump an adjustable amount of chlorine directly into your pool water. Read More 

Important Factors to Remember When Choosing an Electric Spa Heater

To create a relaxing hot tub experience, you'll want to ensure you have a quality spa heater. You can't usually relax in cold or even tepid water, and hot water might encourage better blood circulation as well as keep you warmer on those chilly off-season days. When you're ready to choose an electric spa heater, you might be overwhelmed by the choices and options, so note a few important factors to remember. Read More