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Pool Cleaners Burleigh Heads

At Active Pool Supplies, we go out of our way to be the number 1 pool cleaners Burleigh Heads and pool supplies shop on the Gold Coast.

  1. Friendly Service
  2. Our ethos at Active Pool Supplies is to do your pool cleaning as if it were our own.
  3. We are always looking for ways to go above and beyond for our clients.
  4. First Rate Knowledge
  5. We have recruited the best talent and have over 200 years of combined pool knowledge 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 Burleigh Heads

At Active Pool Supplies we have a large fleet of pool service technicans which means that we have your pool service needs covered in Burleigh Heads.

The Best Equipment and Supplies

With so much knowledge and experience of equipment and pool supplies, we can consult with you to make the right recommendations. You can trust that we hand pick quality products that offer value for money with the involvement of management and private ownership.

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  • Commercial and body corporate service
  • Sales of pool supplies in store
  • Pool equipment sales
  • Bring in your water samples for analysis using state of the art software
  • Pool Chemical supplies Burleigh Heads
  • Advice and sales of pool pumps
  • Pool heating advice
  • Cleaning equipment and accessories
  • Spare parts
  • Blankets and rollers
  • Pool games and slides
  • Sales of pool filters
  • Pool robots advice and sales
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 Frequently Asked Questions


Can I Stop My Pool Water From Being Cloudy?

At most times, you should be able to see small objects at the bottom of your pool with relative ease due to the high clarity of water. When your pool is cloudy, it is because there is a build-up of particulates suspended in the water. Generally, these particulates are captured by your filter, and clean, clear water will be circulated back into your pool. If your filter is not functioning properly, whether it's dirty and full, or the media is old and unable to adequately filter, it can allow these particulates to remain within your pool water. The root cause of the particulates in the water can be dirt/dust entering the pool water from the surrounding environment, or from microscopic algae that has started to grow due to improperly sanitised pool water. Similarly, poorly balanced pool water can inhibit the performance of the sanitiser, as well as altering the state of chemicals in the water from solution to solid, thereby affecting water clarity. When you need a crack team to help you with pool cleaning in Burleigh Heads, call (07) 5537 3341 to get in touch with Active Pool Supplies.

Can I Prevent Algae From Growing In My Pool?

By using the right amount of sanitiser in your pool, you can keep the water balanced and healthy. This is typically accomplished with chlorine, which will destroy algae and most other bacteria & small organisms in the water. Adding chlorine to your pool can be done in a variety of manners. Previously, chlorine was manually added by pool owners, requiring constant maintenance. These days, however, the most common and easiest method of sanitising Burleigh Heads pools is by installing a saltwater chlorinator in the filtration system. Salt (or other suitable mineral with a salt content) is added to the pool water in sufficient quantity so that as the pool water passes the chlorinator cell, through the process of electrolysis a soluble hypochlorous gas is dispersed into the water which acts as the sanitiser to kill the algae and other bacteria present in the water. Your pool water will need to be maintained at an appropriate pH level to ensure the chlorine treatment remains effective. ou'll also need to ensure the water is being well filtered, ensuring that the dead algae and bacteria that become captured in the filter are routinely removed from the pool. Your pool will also benefit from good water flow and routine brushing of the walls and floor of the pool to remove debris, dirt, and dust.

Should I Change The Chemical Balance Of My Pool By Large Amounts In One Go?

It can be challenging to owner a pool, as they require large amounts of upkeep and maintenance to ensure they remain suitable for homeowners. As a result, it can be tempting to try to speed up the process in any way possible, but when it comes to keeping your pool's chemicals balanced, that may not be possible. Fortunately, to learn the best methods of keeping the balance in your pool's chemical levels, you won't need to look any further than Active Pool Supplies. To speak to our team about pool care in Burleigh Heads, call us on (07) 5537 3341.

Generally, you should avoid trying to make large changes to your pool's chemical balance all at once. Instead, you should make small changes by adding small amounts of chemicals. Test the water's chemical levels a few hours after each small change, though it is important that you leave it to rest with the filter running in the interim. Unlike making large changes, you'll be able to repeat this process continuously until you're entirely satisfied with the resultant chemical balance. It's possible that by adding large amounts of chemical in a single pass, you'll find yourself having made a large change that will be hard to correct. 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?

The maintenance requirements of a saltwater pool are generally minimal. Saltwater pools operate using a special piece of equipment called a saltwater chlorinator. Chlorinated water is produced by dissolving salt (ie sodium chloride) into the pool water and then passing the pool water through the chlorinator's salt cell to create a hypochlorous gas via electrolysis, finally returning the chlorinated water back to the pool's main body of water. Your pool is sanitised by this chlorine, which is known to stop algae from growing and works to eliminate bacteria in the water of your pool. The chlorinator allows you to control the amount of chlorine being produced, and typically the pool pump is plugged into the chlorinator so that the in-built timer in the chlorinator can control the operation of the pump, that is, it tells the pump when to turn on and off. Nonetheless, a typical chlorinator does not automatically maintain the correct level of chlorine in the water, so you still need to test the chlorine level, and then adjust the level by altering the chlorine output on the chlorinator, or by altering the running time of the pump. Your chlorinator, depending on the brand and model, will also have a specific need for salt, which means you'll need to keep an eye on the salt level of the water and adjust as necessary by adding more salt. The chlorinator is not capable of consuming salt, which means that salt is only ever going to leave the pool when pool water is ejected, whether that's due to splashing or just backwash. You will also need to measure other elements of the balance of the water and make the necessary adjustments. 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. There's also a significantly reduced risk of metal plating on the walls of the pool for a saltwater pool, in comparison with ionised pools, which use dissolved metals to sanitise the water.

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