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Pool Cleaners Robina

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

  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 go out of our way to assist you in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible.
  4. Expert 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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Expert Pool Cleaners in Robina

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

Quality Equipment And Supplies

With so much knowledge and experience of equipment and pool supplies, we can consult with you to make the right recommendations. 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 Robina
  • VIP Regular Pool Cleaning Robina
  • Pool repairs Robina and pool leak protection
  • Green pool clean up
  • Pool repairs Robina and pool equipment installation
  • Treatment of pool stains
  • Pool renovations Robina
  • Commercial and body corporate service
  • Sales of pool supplies in store
  • Equipment sales
  • Bring in your water samples for analysis using state of the art software
  • Supply of pool chemicals Robina
  • Advice and sales of swimming pool pumps
  • Advice on heating
  • Pool cleaning equipment and accessories
  • Spare parts
  • Pool blankets and rollers
  • Pool games and slides
  • Advice and sales of filters
  • Advice and sales of robots and automation
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Active Pool Supplies pool servicing Robina

Wonder which professional pool cleaning service looks after the most pools in Robina, Gold Coast? Active Pool Supplies is regularly in the Robina 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
Trinity Place, Robina Standard Pool Fibreglass 30000 2018
Anglesea Court, Robina Family Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Brighton Crescent, Robina Lap Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Camberwell Circuit, Robina Family Pool Pebble-crete 58500 2019
Drummoyne Court, Robina Luxury Pool Pebble-crete 54000 2018
Peach Drive, Robina Family Pool Pebble-crete 50000 2019
Ringwood Court, Robina Standard Pool Pebble-crete 40000 2018
Mordialloc Place, Robina Luxury Pool Vinyl 50000 2019

 Frequently Asked Questions


Why Is My Pool Cloudy?

Your swimming pool should be clear enough to see a small object on the floor of the pool easily and with good clarity. A build-up of particulates within the water, however, can cause it to become cloudy. In normal circumstances, your filter will capture these particles, and return particle-free, clear water back to the pool. Sadly, when your pool filter suffers from being dirty or full, or the media is old and struggling to adequately filter, it might not be able to clean your water correctly, allowing for particulate build-ups to form. 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. It is possible for the clarity of your water to be affected by chemical imbalance, which can cause chemicals within the water to become solid and make it harder to sanitise the water correctly. If you need help with pool cleaning in Robina, you can call Active Pool Supplies on (07) 5537 3341.

How Do I Stop Algae From Growing In My Pool?

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. There are several different ways of adding chlorine to the pool. The standard used to be constant vigilance, with pool owners needing to manually add chlorine to their pool water with a clockwork consistency. These days, however, the most common and easiest method of sanitising Robina pools is by installing a saltwater chlorinator in the filtration system. The chlorinator cell uses electrolysis to add salt to the pool water, creating a soluble hypochlorous gas that sanitises the pool water by removing algae and bacteria. For the chlorine to work effectively, the pool water must be balanced so that it remains at the optimal pH level. 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. 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.

Can I Make Large Changes To The Chemical Balance Of My Pool At Once?

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. Thankfully, Active Pool Supplies can help you understand the best practices for maintaining the chemical balance of your pools. If you need pool care in Robina, you can reach out team by calling (07) 5537 3341.

Generally, you should avoid trying to make large changes to your pool's chemical balance all at once. Make smaller changes instead by using smaller amounts of chemicals in any one attempt. Once you have, you should leave them to rest with a running filter for a few hours, and then test the water. Unlike making large changes, you'll be able to repeat this process continuously until you're entirely satisfied with the resultant chemical balance. 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. Rather than making a single, large change to your pool's chemical balance, it's important that you make multiple smaller changes instead.

Are The Maintenance Requirements For Saltwater Pools Simpler Than Other Pools?

Saltwater pools are quite easy to maintain. A saltwater chlorinator is the specialised equipment that operates saltwater pools. 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. This chlorine has a sanitising effect on the water of your pool, killing bacteria and stopping the growth of algae. 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. A standard chlorinator will not automatically measure the chlorine level of your water, so you'll still need to manually test and maintain these levels yourself by altering the chlorinator or the pump running time. You will also need to test the amount of salt in the pool water, and periodically add salt, according to the level required by the brand/model of the chlorinator. 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. Similarly, you do still need to test the other elements of water balance and adjust accordingly. In-built acid dosing, pH, and chlorine probes are options available in smarter saltwater chlorinators, which can go a long way towards automating this process.

In comparison to liquid chlorine pools (liquid chlorine is a hazardous chemical), a saltwater pool is much easier to maintain since you don't have to constantly add liquid chlorine. 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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