Thursday, 12 February 2015
Light chores like using a hand skimmer to gather leaves, twigs, and other debris from the pool water can be done by kids. Meanwhile, the more complex tasks can be done by adults, like sealing cracks between tiles and bricks using a caulk gun and handling chemicals. If they work together, families can keep pool water thoroughly clean for several hours of swim time. The use of efficient pool cleaners in Perth is required for a thoroughly clean pool with a minimum of fuss. The tricky part is to figure out which among these pieces of equipment is suitable for the job since each family has a different type of pool.
Tuesday, 10 February 2015
What are the benefits of having a pool right at home? One, people can work out by doing laps any time they want. Two, they can use the pool area as an entertainment area when they have guests over. Three, they can spend quality time with their kids by playing pool games like “Find a coin” and Marco Polo, both of which are extremely popular in Australia. To continue enjoying all these benefits, however, the household heads should ensure swimming pool hygiene. Kids and adults alike could easily get ill if the pool water becomes contaminated with germs. Among the conditions caused by dirty pool water are ear infections, eye infections, gastroenteritis, and diarrhoea. The little ones are especially susceptible to these sicknesses because they are the ones more likely to ingest pool water than adult swimmers.
Sunday, 8 February 2015
A swimming pool at home is one of the best places to go to for exercise, sunbathing, or plain and simple fun with loved ones. Carrying out an effective maintenance programme, therefore, helps keep your pool in good shape, especially when you have ample resources to do so, according to an article by Robert Morrison for The Epoch Times. Pool products and equipment are easily accessible when you course your search through sellers of pool supplies in Perth, such as PoolShop WA. Pump and cleaners Any debris that ends up in the pool should be collected and disposed. The pool pump’s lint pot is one example of where to find them. Morrison says the pump should be turned off before you remove the pot and dispose of any foreign matter in a rubbish bin. Use suction or robotic cleaners to scrape off material from the pool bed itself and take the time to wash the pool waterline, which could sport thin scum lines
Friday, 6 February 2015
If you plan to go for a regular swim at night in your private pool, the last thing you want to happen is to bump your head while gliding in the water. Installing underwater lights, therefore, is a priority for night swimmers. An article in the popular auction site eBay stresses the importance of considering certain factors in setting up lights in your pool. Adapt to current settings Pool experts stress the value of working with what you have. Many contemporary pools, for instance, have provisions for 12V lighting. Consult a pool technician and electrician when deciding on the lights to buy. A pool shop in Perth like PoolShop WA can assist you in choosing the right electric lights for your pool.
Wednesday, 4 February 2015
For many Australian families, swimming is a social affair, so it was a no-brainer for us here at PoolShopWA to jump on the chance to dive into the social networking pond. As a customer-oriented pool shop in Perth, we always try to find easier and more responsive ways to reach everyone in our market. So, to complement our email and telephone communication lines, we’ve launched accounts on the three most popular social media platforms—namely, Google+, Facebook, and Twitter. Aside from being accessible and user-friendly avenues to reach us with questions and comments, our social profiles also list articles that pool owners will find helpful. Using these links to articles on our website, as well as to our WordPress, BlogSpot, and Tumblr accounts, pool owners can gain access to an endless supply of tips, tricks, and other pool-related material.
Monday, 2 February 2015
One of the main uses of a solar pool cover is that it retains the heat of the water. It can certainly keep the water heated even through cold nights so that you can still swim in warmth the next day. It can also help lower your utility bills by reducing the need to use heaters for this purpose. Another benefit is that a cover dramatically slows down the evaporation process in your pool. This means that your pool will never dry up and run out of water as long as you have the cover in place. A solar pool cover prevents chemicals that cause skin allergies and reactions from ever getting into your pool. It can also reduce a pool’s chemical consumption by up to 60%. In addition, it keeps the pool clean by preventing twigs, leaves, and other debris from polluting your pool. Established pool shops in Perth can help you find the right type of solar pool cover suited for your pool.