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Pool Cleaners Paradise Waters

With the goal of being the number 1 pool cleaners Paradise Waters and pool supplies shop on the Gold Coast you can appreciate that at Active Pool Supplies we are keen to look after 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. You can trust that we are always on the look out for the best outcomes for our clients.
  4. First Rate Knowledge
  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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The choice for Pools Cleaners Paradise Waters

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.

Quality Supplies and Equipment

Drawing on our experience we know the best equipment and suppliers, and we can make the right recommendation for your pool. Independently owned, we pick and choose the best, and provide you with quality products at genuine value for money.

  • Pool Cleaners Paradise Waters
  • VIP Regular Pool Cleaning Paradise Waters
  • Detection of pool leaks Paradise Waters and repairs
  • Green pool clean up
  • Pool repairs Paradise Waters and pool equipment installation
  • Pool stain correction
  • Pool renovators Paradise Waters
  • Body Corporate and commercial pool service Paradise Waters
  • Sales of pool supplies in store
  • Pool equipment sales
  • Water testing using state of the art software
  • Supply of pool chemicals Paradise Waters
  • Sales and advice on pool pumps
  • Advice on heating
  • Pool cleaning equipment supplies
  • Pool equipment spare parts
  • Rollers and pool blankets
  • Slides and games
  • Advice and sales of pool filters
  • Sales and advice for pool robots and automation
pool cleaners Paradise Waters

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pool cleaner Paradise Waters

pool services Paradise Waters

pool cleaner Paradise Waters

pool services Paradise Waters

pool cleaner Paradise Waters

pool services Paradise Waters

pool cleaner Paradise Waters

pool services Paradise Waters

pool cleaner Paradise Waters

pool services Paradise Waters

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Active Pool Supplies pool servicing Paradise Waters

Wonder which professional pool cleaning service looks after the most pools in Paradise Waters, Gold Coast? Active Pool Supplies is regularly in the Paradise Waters 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
Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters Luxury Pool Pebble-crete 70000 2017
Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters Resort Pool Pebble-crete 70000 2019
Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters Commercial Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters Commercial Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Midshipman Court, Paradise Waters Commercial Pool Pebble-crete 70000 2019
Neptune Court, Paradise Waters Family Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters Standard Pool Tiled 37800 2019
Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters Standard Pool Tiled 46250 2019
Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters Lap Pool Tiled 30000 2019
Commodore Drive, Paradise Waters Commercial Pool Tiled 63000 2018
Norseman Court, Paradise Waters Family Pool Tiled 70000 2018
Viking Court, Paradise Waters Family Pool Tiled 50000 2019
Viking Court, Paradise Waters Lap Pool Tiled 1500 2017

 Frequently Asked Questions

What Makes My Pool Water 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. A functioning pool filter will generally clean your pool water by capturing these particulates, leaving your water clean and clear. 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. Microscopic algae growing in improperly sanitised water is a common source of these particulates, as is dirt and dust from the area surrounding the pool. 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. Get in touch with our excellent team at Active Pool Supplies for all pool cleaning in Paradise Waters on (07) 5537 3341.

How Do You Prevent Algae Growing In Your Pool?

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. Chlorinating your pool can be done in a number of different ways. Previously, chlorine was manually added by pool owners, requiring constant maintenance. Modern Paradise Waters pool owners, however, can save time by using a saltwater chlorinator with their 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. 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?

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. 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. To speak to our team about pool care in Paradise Waters, call us on (07) 5537 3341.

Don't alter the chemical balance of your pool in a single, large pass. Instead, you should make small changes by adding small amounts of chemicals. 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. 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.

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. By mixing sodium chloride (salt) into the pool water, the chlorinator's salt cell creates a hypochlorous gas via electrolysis, ensuring the pool is continually supplied with chlorinated 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. An in-built timer inside of the chlorinator will control the pool pump run time. 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. 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). There are other adjustments you'll need to make as well, as you will still need to test for other aspects of water balance. With that in mind, there are saltwater chlorinators available that are quite intelligent, and can feature full automation thanks to in-build acid dosing, pH, and chlorine probes that automatically test and control the chlorine and pH level of your pool.

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.

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