Monthly Archives: July, 2014

Perth Pool Shops Offer Effective Pool Cleaners to Keep the Water Safe

“The most dangerous things found in the pool in your Perth home are not just the floating dirt and debris that could hurt you as you plunge, but also those microbes that may be flourishing in the water due to poor sanitation.

According to Better Health Channel (BHC), “if not properly maintained, the water in your domestic swimming pool harbours a range of microbes, including bacteria and algae, which can cause health problems such as ear, nose and throat infections.” A well thought out pre-emptive response and the use of Perth pool cleaners are imperative to rid your pool of these microbes.”
http://poolshopwa.com/News/19/Perth-Pool-Shops-Offer-Effective-Pool-Cleaners-to-Keep-the-Water-Safe

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Run the Pump and Other Perth Pool Equipment to Prevent Algae Build-up

“Pool pumps are designed to maintain the circulation of water in the pool. Swimming pools are constructed with a skimmer box connected to large tubes that convey water into a filtering system. A motor-run impeller drives water from the skimmer box into the filter and returns filtered water back into the pool. In order to sanitise the pool water a chemical feeder or salt water chlorinator can be installed to automatically chlorinate the water. As a result of this circulation process, the water in your swimming pool stays fresh and clean all day long.

Running the pump at least 8-10 hours a day in summer can prevent the proliferation of algae. To find reliable Perth pool pumps that are right for your swimming pool, contact established suppliers like POOLSHOPWA. They provide high-performance pool equipment that are essential to keeping your pool clean, contaminant-free, and safe to enjoy anytime you and your family wish.”
http://poolshopwa.com/News/18/Run-the-Pump-and-Other-Perth-Pool-Equipment-to-Prevent-Algae-Build-up

Essential Pool Supplies in Perth Include High-performing Pool Filters

“Filters and pH levels often go hand in hand. For example, high pH levels result in a higher concentration of calcium carbonate in the water. This chemical compound can turn the sand that has accumulated on filters into cement, effectively blocking the filter and making it less efficient. High pH levels also lead to higher pool maintenance costs: a pH level of 8.0 makes chlorine solutions 80 percent less effective.

Considering how pH levels are easily affected by sand and other contaminants, highly reliable cartridge pool filters in Perth makes an excellent option. This type of filter provides maximum sieving, resulting in better cost efficiency. They also come reasonably priced, and require little maintenance. Sand filters are also a cost effective option.”
http://poolshopwa.com/News/17/Essential-Pool-Supplies-in-Perth-Include-High-performing-Pool-Filters

Water Conservation: A Perth Pool Shop Can Provide the Right Solutions

“pool For example, pool pumps must be purchased according to the homeowners’ swimming pool specifications, as well as their swimming habits. Those who use their swimming pools very often are better off with a variable-speed pump so that they can adjust the water pressure and pumping speed accordingly. Otherwise, they may be consuming more water and electricity than necessary every time they go for a swim.

There is other swimming pool equipment in Perth that deserves a closer look, as these can help the city save litres of water every year. Solar pool covers, for example, protect outdoor swimming pools from excess evaporation due to sun exposure. As of 2006, 70 percent of all outdoor pool and spa owners have reduced their water bills because of these simple accessories. In addition, solar pool covers also protect swimming pools from debris, reducing the risk of contamination.shop perth, swimming pool equipment perth”
http://poolshopwa.com/News/16/Water-Conservation-A-Perth-Pool-Shop-Can-Provide-the-Right-Solutions

Swimming Pools: A Focus on Heating Systems

Swimming pools are normally enjoyed during summer time, but there are also instances when people like to swim in colder weather conditions. On these occasions, pool owners would want to enjoy the water as much as possible despite the freezing outdoor temperatures. For this, they can rely on heating systems to make pool water hot enough for a dip.

Heating systems are complicated devices used to regulate water temperature on demand. There are four types of pool heaters: electric resistance heaters, gas heaters, heat pumps, and solar heaters. Electric resistance heaters safely use electric current to create heat, while gas heaters burn either natural gas or propane to do the same thing. Heat pumps are another form of heaters that use electricity to grab heat from the air or from deep the ground and transfer it to pool water. Solar heaters, on the other hand, are energy-efficient heating systems as they use solar panels to collect heat.

It is not advisable for pool owners to just pick up the first pool heating system they see. The specifications and functions should match that of their pool’s dimensions. For this, reliable pool shops can provide the information needed in order to for the pool owner to determine which type best suits their specific needs, and how to make sure that heaters are well-maintained.