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Pool Cleaners Labrador

With the goal of maintaining our position as the number 1 pool cleaners Labrador 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. At Active Pool Supplies our ethos is do pool cleaning as if it were our own.
  3. You can trust that we are always on the look out for the best outcomes for our clients.
  4. Depth of 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. Nothing suprises us with such a broad range of knowledge.
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Professional Pool Cleaners Labrador

We already service a good number of pools in Labrador and have a large fleet of mobile pool service technicans who can call on you in Labrador.

Quality Equipment And Supplies

Drawing on our experience we know the best equipment and suppliers, and we can make the right recommendation for your pool. You can trust that we hand pick quality products that offer value for money with the involvement of management and private ownership.

  • Onsite pool cleaners Labrador
  • VIP Regular Pool Cleaning Labrador
  • Pool repairs Labrador and pool leak protection
  • Clean up of green pools
  • Pool repairs Labrador and pool equipment installation
  • Pool Stain treatments
  • Pool renovators Labrador
  • Body Corporate and commercial pool service Labrador
  • In store sales of supplies
  • Equipment sales
  • Bring in your water samples for analysis using state of the art software
  • Pool Chemical supplies Labrador
  • Advice and sales of pool pumps
  • Advice on heating
  • Pool cleaning equipment supplies
  • Spare parts for pool equipment
  • Blankets and rollers
  • Slides and games
  • Advice and sales of pool filters
  • Sales and advice for pool robots and automation
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Active Pool Supplies pool servicing Labrador

Wonder which professional pool cleaning service looks after the most pools in Labrador, Gold Coast? Active Pool Supplies is regularly in the Labrador 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
Wilson Street, Labrador Standard Pool Concrete 40000 2019
Whiting Street, Labrador Family Pool Fibreglass 60000 2018
Allden Avenue, Labrador Standard Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Broad Street, Labrador Lap Pool Pebble-crete 31500 2019
Burwood Court, Labrador Family Pool Pebble-crete 21000 2019
Davebill Court, Labrador Family Pool Pebble-crete 40000 2019
Frank Street, Labrador Resort Pool Pebble-crete 120000 2019
Kenny Drive, Labrador Family Pool Pebble-crete 35000 2019
Marine Parade, Labrador Resort Pool Pebble-crete 40000 2019
Reynolds Avenue, Labrador Luxury Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Second Avenue, Labrador Family Pool Pebble-crete 35000 2017
Turpin Road, Labrador Family Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Whiting Street, Labrador Standard Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Whiting Street, Labrador Standard Pool Pebble-crete 52200 2017
Gordon Street, Labrador Family Pool Tiled 50000 2018

 Frequently Asked Questions


Can Pool Water Kill Grass?

Most pools on the Gold Coast use a saltwater chlorinator to sanitise the pool. In brief, your pool is kept clean and healthy by the salt that this chlorinator converts to chlorine. As a result, your pool water will contain concentrated amounts of salt and high levels of chlorine, and while our team doesn't have any gardeners onboard, we've seen the damage that can do to lawns. Avoiding spilling salt onto your lawn and keeping the pool's chlorine levels in check is the easiest way to protect your lawn from this damage. If you have any questions about pool care in Labrador, you can reach out to our team on (07) 5537 3341.

Are Pool Lights Considered Low Voltage?

Yes. Because pool lights are low voltage, they are safe to include in your pool. These lights use about 12 volts of power thanks a transformer, which is used to reduce the voltage to a safe level. We can help you find modern pool lights that utilise LEDs to allow for a variety of features, such as remote control or colour-changing functionality. If you have questions about pool care in Labrador, contact the Active Pool Supplies team on (07) 5537 3341 today.

Do Pool Covers Increase The Safety Of Your Pool?

You should not rely on a pool cover to keep you or anyone else safe around the pool. In Australia, our swimming pool safety laws are very clear around safety matters, including the need for fencing. It takes more than a pool cover to stop accidents from occurring. Here at Active Pool Supplies, our Bundall and Runaway Bay stores can help you answer any questions you may have about pool covers or pool safety in the Gold Coast, and you're welcome to either visit us in-store or reach out to us at (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. Generally, you'd want to use chlorine to achieve this, as the chemical can destroy algae, bacteria, and a variety of small organisms that might be living in your pool. Chlorinating your pool can be done in a number of different ways. Manually chlorinating your pool on a regular basis was a common option in the past. Today, anyone with a Labrador pool is able to cut out the maintenance time with a filtration system fitted with a saltwater chlorinator. 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. Your pool water will also need to be well-filtered, and your filter will need to be cleaned of the dead algae and bacteria that it captures. Good water flow throughout the pool is helpful, as is periodic brushing/cleaning of the walls and floor of the pool to remove dirt, dust and other debris.

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

Owning a pool can be hard work, requiring constant maintenance and upkeep. Consequentially, it's normal for homeowners to want to speed up the process of pool upkeep wherever they can, but that doesn't mean you'll be able to cut corners when it comes to keeping the chemical balance of your pool maintained. Active Pool Supplies are the experts in all matters related to pools, and can help you make sure you're maintaining the chemical balance in your pool in the best ways possible. Get in touch with us on (07) 5537 3341 about all pool care in Labrador.

It's best if you avoid changing the chemical balance of your pool by large amount in single passes. 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. The chemical balance of your pool can be perfected by making multiple small changes and testing the water after each one, which you might not be able to do if you use large amounts of chemical at once. By adding large amounts of chemicals to your pool at once, it's possible that you'll make significant changes that will be difficult to correct. Don't make large changes to the chemical balance of your pool in a single pass if you're trying to keep it well-maintained.

Did you know this about Labrador?

When looking for the right pool cleaner for your Labrador pool, Active Pool Supplies has it all. We have all types of automatic pool cleaners—suction, pressure and robotic cleaners. We only choose the high-quality pool cleaners that are durable so can use them for long periods.

Located north of Southport is a coastal suburb called Labrador. It is 62 km from Brisbane's central district. Robert Muir was the one who named the suburb Labrador. In 1878, Muir purchased a 56-ha land facing Broadwater south of Biggera Creek. It was divided into blocks and one parcel was acquired by a manager, Frederick Shaw. The need for hotels encouraged Shaw to open residential spaces and a hotel.

In 1883, the Labrador Hotel was established. Same with the Grand Hotel, Labrador Hotel also had a private jetty.

In the early postwar years, Labrador was a dormitory suburb of Southport. Several years have passed, retirement villages and real estate properties were developed in the area.

Today, Labrador is home the Southport caravan and cabin park. The suburb has four local shopping centres, churches and sports reserves.

Labrador is one of Brisbane's suburbs that homes have at least one pool on their front yard. For your pool needs and equipment including pool filters and cleaners, Active Pools Supplies always got your back.

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