Ultimate swimming pool advice for pool owners
When searching online, it’s hard to find unbiased information and accurate swimming pool advice. Often pool shops and websites seem to contradict each other and have very different theories. This is because most ‘information’ is actually advertising written to sell products rather than provide honest answers to questions. Hence this website provides a host of well researched and reliable answers to questions from many pool owners.
The information on our website is divided into the following categories
Relax… we’re not selling anything.
We post reliable information from various authors who are well known and well respected in the pool industry in Australia. Each article is reviewed prior to publication to ensure accuracy. In short, it is our hope that the information in these pages will be of benefit to you and your pool.
Some websites contain information that is simply not accurate or relevant to pools in Australia. In contrast, all information on this website has been properly reviewed and to the best of our knowledge is correct. Remember, the wrong advice often leads to unhealthy water, pool surface staining and equipment damage.
“Owning a swimming pool should be an enjoyable experience for pool owners. We provide accurate information to help those who may be frustrated or struggling with issues with their pool”
Have a question or comment?
We welcome any feedback, suggestions or questions that you would like answered. Also, many of the articles on this website have a comments section at the bottom. So please feel free to make any (appropriate) comments there. In fact, these comments often are a great help to other who may have the same issue. Finally, please feel free to contact us with your suggestions or ideas. We love good pool advice.
We also have a large database of more in depth information for you which can be found here.
Australian Swimming Pool Statistics
The number of Australians that have a swimming pool at home.
The number of pools that use salt to chlorinate the water.
The size of the average backyard swimming pool in litres