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Pool Cleaners Bundall

With the goal of maintaining our position as the number 1 pool cleaners Bundall and pool supplies shop on the Gold Coast you can appreciate that each member of our team are on the look out for you.

  1. Friendly Service
  2. With an ethos of pool cleaning as if it were our own, you can count on Active Pool Supplies.
  3. We are always looking for ways to go above and beyond for our clients.
  4. First Rate Knowledge
  5. We have recruited and trained the best talent, and we have more than 200 years of combined pool service expertise in our team.
  6. With so many years of pool experience there is nothing we have not seen. Nothing.
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Professional Pool Cleaners Bundall

With the largest fleet of Pool Service technicians on the Gold Coast, we service from Coomera in the North, to Robina in the South, and we can generally visit you within one day of contacting us.

The Best Equipment and Supplies

Drawing on our experience we know the best equipment and suppliers, and we can make the right recommendation for your pool. Active Pool Supplies is privately owned which means that management and ownership take care to pick quality products that provide value for money.

  • Onsite pool cleaners Bundall
  • VIP Regular Pool Cleaning Bundall
  • Pool repairs Bundall and pool leak protection
  • Green pool clean up
  • Pool repairs Bundall and pool equipment installation
  • Treatment of pool stains
  • Pool renovators Bundall
  • Commercial and body corporate service
  • In store sales of supplies
  • Sales of pool equipment
  • Water testing using state of the art software
  • Pool Chemical supplies Bundall
  • Sales and advice on pool pumps
  • Pool heating advice
  • Cleaning equipment and accessories
  • Spare parts
  • Pool blankets and rollers
  • Slides and games
  • Advice and sales of pool filters
  • Pool robots advice and sales
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VIP Pool Service

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Active Pool Supplies pool servicing Bundall

Wonder which professional pool cleaning service looks after the most pools in Bundall, Gold Coast? Active Pool Supplies is regularly in the Bundall and looks after these pools in your area. Why aren't you using Active Pool Supplies for your pool service?

Street Pool Type Pool Surface Pool Size (L) Latest Service
Claymore Crescent, Bundall Family Pool Concrete 45000 2019
Platypus Avenue, Bundall Luxury Pool Concrete 50000 2018
Racecourse Drive, Bundall Family Pool Concrete 31200 2019
Allowah Street, Bundall Family Pool Epoxy 50000 2019
Forster Avenue, Bundall Luxury Pool Fibreglass 40000 2019
La Spezia Court, Bundall Luxury Pool Fibreglass 1000 2018
Lothian Avenue, Bundall Family Pool Marblesheen 70000 2019
Allawah Street, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 45000 2018
Binda Place, Bundall Lap Pool Pebble-crete 17000 2019
Binda Place, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 45000 2019
Blair Athol Crescent, Bundall Lap Pool Pebble-crete 40000 2018
Campbell Street, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Claymore Crescent, Bundall Luxury Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Daimler Drive, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 40000 2019
Ibis Court, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 55000 2019
Jaguar Drive, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 45000 2019
Moomba Court, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 40000 2019
Saint Moritz Terrace, Bundall Lap Pool Pebble-crete 52000 2019
Saint Raphael Terrace, Bundall Standard Pool Pebble-crete 60000 2019
Saywell Street, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 54700 2019
Vespa Crescent, Bundall Luxury Pool Pebble-crete 20000 2019
Vespa Cresent, Bundall Luxury Pool Pebble-crete 10000 2019
Wallaby Place, Bundall Family Pool Pebble-crete 55000 2019
Aran Court, Bundall Luxury Pool Tiled 50000 2018
Boomerang Court, Bundall Lap Pool Tiled 37800 2019
Ibis Court, Bundall Luxury Pool Tiled 40000 2019
Kookaburra Court, Bundall Lap Pool Tiled 55000 2019
Marseille Court, Bundall Lap Pool Tiled 30000 2019
McCleary Street, Bundall Family Pool Tiled 50000 2019
Platypus Avenue, Bundall Luxury Pool Tiled 50000 2018
Saint Tropez Terrace, Bundall Standard Pool Tiled 80000 2019
Vespa Crescent, Bundall Luxury Pool Tiled 25000 2019

 Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Stop My Pool Water From Being Cloudy?

Your swimming pool should be clear enough to see a small object on the floor of the pool easily and with good clarity. If particulates have built-up within your water, then your water is likely to instead become cloudy. In normal circumstances, your filter will capture these particles, and return particle-free, clear water back to the pool. Unfortunately, if your pool filter is not functioning optimally, whether it's due to being dirty & full, or the media is old and unable to filter, then it will not be able to clean your water adequately. Dirt and dust can easily find their way from the surrounding area into your pool, making them a common origin for these particulates, as are the microscopic algae that grow in inadequately sanitised water. The clarity of your water may also be affected by unbalanced pool water, which will reduce the effectiveness of the sanitiser, or alter the chemicals present within the water from a liquid state to a solid state. Get in touch with our excellent team at Active Pool Supplies for all pool cleaning in Bundall on (07) 5537 3341.

Can I Keep My Pool Safe From Algae?

In order for your pool to be healthy and balanced, appropriate levels of sanitiser must be present. Chlorine is the most common tool for keeping your pool well maintained, as it can help you kill any small organisms, bacteria, or algae present within your pool water. There are several different ways of adding chlorine to the pool. Manually chlorinating your pool on a regular basis was a common option in the past. Fortunately, you can save time maintain your Bundall pool with a filtration system that utilises a saltwater chlorinator. These systems create a soluble hypochlorous gas using electrolysis and salts, thus killing algae and bacteria and sanitising the pool water. Any chlorine treatment will depend on the pool water being appropriately balanced at an ideal pH level. Additionally, the water must be filtered adequately so that dead algae and bacteria is captured in the filter and periodically removed from the water when the filter is cleaned. Keeping the floors and walls of your pool clean of dust, dirt, and debris can also help manage the pH of your pool water and keep it clean and safe, as is maintain good water flow.

Is It Bad For My Pool To Greatly Alter It's Chemical Balance Too Quickly?

Owning a pool can be hard work, requiring constant maintenance and upkeep. Keeping the chemical balance of your pool well-maintained is a delicate process, and you should make sure you don't try to rush through it. Thankfully, Active Pool Supplies can help you understand the best practices for maintaining the chemical balance of your pools. Get in touch with us on (07) 5537 3341 about all pool care in Bundall.

Avoid greatly altering the chemical balance of your pool in a single pass wherever possible. You can instead use small amounts of chemicals to make small changes to your pools chemical balance. After these changes have been made, test the water once you've left it to rest for a few hours with the filter running. You can repeat this process until you're satisfied with the results, which may not be the case for large changes. There is a chance that by making large alterations to your pool in a single pass, you'll find yourself having made a change that may be difficult, if not impossible, to reverse. If you're trying to maintain the chemical balance of your pool, you should avoid making large changes all at once.

Are Saltwater Pools Easier To Maintain?

Saltwater pools are quite easy to maintain. If you own a saltwater pool, it'll use a saltwater chlorinator to operate the pump and sanitise the pool. A defined amount of salt (sodium chloride) is dissolved in the pool water and as this pool water passes through the chlorinator's salt cell, a hypochlorous gas is produced (via electrolysis) and this chlorinated water is returned to the pool. If you're looking to stop the growth of algae and destroy any bacteria lurking in your pool, then you can benefit from a healthy dose of chlorine. You'll find the pool pump plugged directly into the chlorinator, because while the chlorinator controls how much chlorine is being produced, plugging the pump directly into the chlorinator allows it to control the operation of the pump as well. You'll still need to make manual adjustments to the chlorinator and the pump based on manual tests of the chlorine level in your pool, as the chlorinator cannot automatically maintain this at the correct levels. There is also a need to test for salt in your pool water, and ensure it is maintained at the appropriate level for your chlorinator. It is important to note that the chlorinator does not consume salt, and the only way that salt can leave the pool is when water leaves the pool (eg splashing or backwashing the filter). The balance of the water in your pool still needs to be maintained and adjusted, as there are other elements you will need to balance. Having said that, we do have very smart saltwater chlorinators that are fully automated with in-built acid dosing and pH and chlorine probes to automatically test and control pH and chlorine levels.

Considering the hazardous nature of liquid chlorine, a saltwater pool is simpler and safer to maintain than a liquid chlorine pool. For a saltwater pool, the risk of metal plating along the walls of the pool is severely reduced, making it easier to maintain than an ionised pool.

Did you know this about Bundall?

Bundall is one of the suburbs on the City of Gold Coast. It is located west of Surfers Paradise and the Nerang River.

In 1862, Bundall was established by British landowner Edmund Henry Price. Its northern boundary is from the southern Nerang Riverbank to the Arts Centre Gold Coast.

Sugar cane farming was Bundall's first industry. By 1866, the plantation had almost a 40-ha property containing sugar cane under cultivation. It was replaced by dairy farming in the 1950s.

The suburb is home to the Bundall Iceland Ice Rink. It is where the Bartercard Gold Coast Blue Tongues ice hockey club is based. This ice hockey club is the only team from Queensland that competes in the Australian Ice Hockey League.

Bundall is surrounded by suburbs Ashmore, Benowa, Broadbeach Waters, Surfers Paradise and Southport.

The suburb of Bundall has homes with pools on their front yard. Pools are perfect for family parties and social gatherings in the area. When it comes to cleaning your pool area in Bundall, Active Pool Supplies knows best. Visit one of our stores here in Bundall located at 17 Upton Street. We have a wide range of pool products that are perfect for maintaining the cleanliness of your pool that will also save you time.

For enquiries, call us at 07 5537 3341 to know more of our pool products and pool services on the Gold Coast.

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Monday to Friday - 8am to 5pm
Saturday - 8am to 3pm
October to March: Sunday - 9am to 12pm

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