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Pool Supplies Varsity Lakes and Pool Shop Varsity Lakes

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

  1. We make sure to always provide courteous service, every time.
  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. Active Pool Supplies is able to provide every customer with the expert knowledge they need to maintain their pool.
  5. We have recruited the best talent and have over 200 years of combined pool knowledge in our team.
  6. So many years of experience means that there is little that we have not experienced or resolved.
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Expert Pool Cleaners in Varsity Lakes

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.

Supplies And Equipment Of The Highest Quality

With so much knowledge and experience of equipment and pool supplies, we can consult with you to make the right recommendations. 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.

  • Onsite pool cleaners Varsity Lakes
  • Regular pool cleaning for Varsity Lakes VIPs
  • Pool repairs Varsity Lakes and pool leak protection
  • Clean up of green pools
  • Pool equipment installation and repairs Varsity Lakes
  • Treatment of pool stains
  • Pool renovators Varsity Lakes
  • Commercial and body corporate service
  • In-store sales of supplies
  • Equipment for pools is sold in-store
  • Bring in your water samples for analysis using state-of-the-art software
  • Varsity Lakes pool chemical supplies
  • Advice and sales of swimming pool pumps
  • Pool heating advice
  • Pool cleaning equipment and accessories
  • Spare parts for pool equipment
  • Sale of pool blankets and rollers
  • Pool games and slides
  • 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.

Active Pool Supplies pool servicing Varsity Lakes

Wonder which professional pool cleaning service looks after the most pools in Varsity Lakes, Gold Coast? Active Pool Supplies is regularly in the Varsity Lakes 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
Stilt Street, Varsity Lakes Family Pool Pebble-crete 27300 2022
Valetta Crescent, Varsity Lakes Luxury Pool Pebble-crete 35000 2022

 Frequently Asked Questions


Will Pool Water Damage Your Lawn?

To keep their Gold Coast pools sanitised, many pool owners opt for a saltwater chlorinator. In very simple terms, this chlorinator converts salt to chlorine to keep your pool clean and healthy. 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. The important thing is to keep the chlorine level in the pool within the recommended range, and be a little bit careful when adding salt to the pool so that it doesn't spill directly on your grass. No matter what your question, if you need help with pool care in Varsity Lakes, call us on (07) 5537 3341.

Are Pool Lights Considered Low Voltage?

They sure are. Pool lights are low voltage and therefore safe to have 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. Active Pool Supplies can provide modern LED pool lights with varying features, including the ability to change the colour of the light, and remote control. Active Pool Supplies and our team can help you with all pool care in Varsity Lakes - just call our team on (07) 5537 3341.

Are Pool Covers Safe?

Relying on a pool cover simply isn't enough to make sure everyone is safe around your pool. Swimming pool safety laws are very prescriptive in detailing fencing and other safety matters. It takes more than a pool cover to stop accidents from occurring. For help with pool covers and pool safety on the Gold Coast, come in and see the team here at Active Pool Supplies at our Bundall and Runaway Bay stores, or call us today on (07) 5537 3341.

Can I Prevent Algae From Growing In My Pool?

Keeping your pool water healthy and balanced requires the appropriate use of sanitiser. This is typically accomplished with chlorine, which will destroy algae and most other bacteria & small organisms in the water. Chlorinating your pool can be done in a number of different ways. In the past, pool owners would manually dose chlorine in liquid form on a very regular basis. Fortunately, you can save time maintain your Varsity Lakes pool with a filtration system that utilises 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. 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. 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. 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. For all pool care in Varsity Lakes, get in touch with our team on (07) 5537 3341.

Avoid greatly altering the chemical balance of your pool in a single pass wherever possible. 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. 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.

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Saturday - 8am to 3pm

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