Sunday, 8 March 2015
It is but natural for any recreational swimming venue to have pool equipment in Perth that ensures clean and contaminant-free water. In fact, a critical part of any pool’s filtering system is the pool pump, without which the water would cloudy up in a matter of days. Dale Devries describes in his informative eHow.com article the process by which pool pumps maintain clear and sparkling water that you can safely swim in.
Friday, 6 March 2015
As architectural elements, plants are pretty much exterior design mainstays in many homes. Foliage of the right height, thickness, and arrangement ensures privacy and offers protection from the glare of the sun. Whether your home has a decidedly contemporary look or a rustic design, the right plants can create a natural fence, a backdrop for your garden, and a complementary canvas around your pool. You can use ornamental grasses, flowery or fruit-bearing shrubberies, or even trees. You can mix and match plant sizes and colours to create a lively, eye-catching outdoor scene in your backyard.
Wednesday, 4 March 2015
Once a province of standard leaf skimmers and manual labour, pool cleaning is now largely carried out by smart gadgets. Decades of research and development in robotics gave birth to pool cleaners that cover every nook and cranny in pools of any size or shape. In fact, such robotic pool cleaners are capable of scaling the walls, up to the waterline. The concept of automatic pool cleaning dates back to the 1960s in the U.S. Andrew Pansini of Greenbrae, California is credited with inventing the first patented automatic pool cleaner. His invention dislodged dirt and grime, leaving them in the water for the pool pump and filters to remove.