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Pool Cleaners Merrimac

With the goal of maintaining our position as the number 1 pool cleaners Merrimac 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. Our services are both friendly and professional.
  2. Every time we service a pool, we treat it as well as if it was our own.
  3. All of our work is performed as efficiently and cost-effectively as is possible, to ensure the best outcome for every customer.
  4. Expert knowledge is abundant at Active Pool Supplies.
  5. With a commitment to training the most talented and experienced team, we have accrued 200+ years of combined pool service expertise.
  6. Nothing suprises us with such a broad range of knowledge.
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Expert Pool Cleaners in Merrimac

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

The Best Equipment and Supplies

No matter what your pool needs, we're able to find the best suppliers and equipment to get the job done. We're independantly owned and operated, which means you can be certain that any product we recommend will be best-suited for the job at hand.

  • Pools cleaner in Merrimac
  • Pool cleaning in Merrimac for regular VIPs
  • Pool repairs Merrimac and pool leak protection
  • Green pool clean up
  • Pool repairs Merrimac and pool equipment installation
  • Pool stain correction
  • Merrimac pool renovations
  • Pool service Merrimac for commercial and body corporate pools
  • Sales of pool supplies in-store
  • Sales of pool equipment
  • Bring in your water samples for analysis using state-of-the-art software
  • Chemical supplies Merrimac
  • Advice and sales of pool pumps
  • Advice about pool heating
  • Sale of cleaning accessories and equipment
  • Spare parts available in-store
  • Pool blankets and rollers
  • Pool slides and games
  • Advice and sales of pool filters
  • Advice and sales of robots and automation

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Pool Shop

Check out our filtration equipment, pool chemicals & other cool pool stuff available in our stores.

VIP Pool Service

Take the hassle out of pool maintenance. Check out our on-site VIP Regular Pool Service. We visit your suburb.

 Frequently Asked Questions


Will Pool Water Damage Your Lawn?

To keep their Gold Coast pools sanitised, many pool owners opt for a saltwater chlorinator. By converting salt to chlorine, this chlorinator is able to keep your pool healthy and clean. Over the years, our team of pool specialists has seen the damage the resultant high amounts of salt and concentrated chlorine can do to a lawn. Thankfully, protecting your lawn from this damage doesn't have to be difficult, as all you'll need to do is make sure you avoid spilling any salt onto your lawn, and that the pool's chlorine levels are kept in check. Call our team on (07) 5537 3341 today if you've got any questions about pool care in Merrimac.

Is It True That Pool Lights Are Low Voltage?

They sure are. It's safe to have pool lights in your pool, because these lights are low voltage. To make sure they are only using safe voltage levels, a transformer is used to ensure they use about 12 volts. Remote control and colour-changing functionality are features you can expect of modern LED pool lights, and our team can help you find a set that's right for you. Call our team today on (07) 5537 3341 if you have any questions about pool care in Merrimac.

Is Your Pool Safer If You Have A Pool Cover?

Relying on a pool cover simply isn't enough to make sure everyone is safe around your pool. Requirements surrounding fencing and pool safety are made extremely clear in Australia's swimming pool safety laws. If your pool is protected by just a pool cover, accidents can still happen. Call our team on (07) 5537 3341 or visit us in-store at our Bundall and Runaway Bay locations to answer any questions you may have about pool covers or pool safety in the Gold Coast.

How Do I Stop Algae From Growing In My Pool?

Keeping your pool water healthy and balanced requires the appropriate use of sanitiser. You'll commonly want to use chlorine to achieve this, thanks to its ability to kill undesirable elements within your water, including algae, bacteria, and small organisms. Pool owners have several choices when they need to decide how they would like to chlorinate their pool. The standard used to be constant vigilance, with pool owners needing to manually add chlorine to their pool water with a clockwork consistency. Modern Merrimac pool owners, however, can save time by using a saltwater chlorinator with their filtration system. 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. Cleaning the floors and walls of the pool to remove dirt, dust, and debris is also critical to preventing algae, as is good water flow.

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

To keep your pool water healthy, you'll need to perform regular upkeep and maintenance on your pool. Though you may want to try to speed through your maintenance commitments for your pool wherever you can, you might not be able to rush the process of balancing your pool's chemicals. With some help from Active Pool Supplies, you'll be able to maintain the chemical balance in your pool using the best practices possible, ensuring it remains healthy for longer. If you need pool care in Merrimac, you can reach out team by calling (07) 5537 3341.

Don't alter the chemical balance of your pool in a single, large pass. 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. Correcting the influence of large amounts of chemical can be difficult, and so by making large changes all at once, you may find yourself in a tough spot. You'll need to make smaller changes to the chemical balance of your pool in multiple passes to keep it well-kept, instead of a single, larger change.

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07 5537 3341

Bundall Store

17 Upton Street, Bundall

Runaway Bay Store


Opening Hours

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

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