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A guide to reduce water level and stress during rain.

A guide to reduce water level and stress during rain.
With the amount of rain we have experienced in the last week it is important to lower your pool water level and make sure your pool is balanced. Below please find a quick guide on how to lower your pool’s water levels depending on which filter media system you use. Sand filter media system 1. Turn off the pool pump. 2. Set the filter valve handle to the BACKWASH pool position and ensure the handle locks in place. 3. Add natural filter cleaner in the skimmer box. 4. Run pump for 20 seconds, turn off the pump and leave for 30 minutes. 5. Turn on the pump whilst valve is […]
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Cover Up.

Cover Up.
You want warmer water when it’s cold, and also want to save money and time.     A great quality pool cover is definitely the way to go. Here’s why: 1. Less leaves to scoop out. Pool covers are very effective at keeping leaves, dirt, and debris from falling or blowing into the pool, which means less time cleaning it. Leaves that land on the surface of a pool cover stay dry and typically blow off again. 2. Warmer pool water to swim in. During the cooler months, a pool cover acts as a barrier between the cold air and the warmer pool water. This is particularly good news if […]
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Be water smart this summer with Swimart’s top 6 tips Reduce water during dry spells and drought conditions

Be water smart this summer with Swimart’s top 6 tips Reduce water during dry spells and drought conditions
Be water smart this summer with Swimart’s top 6 tips Reduce water during dry spells and drought conditions With parts of Australia facing ongoing drought conditions and tough water restrictions, your local Swimart pool care specialist has timely advice on how to save this increasingly precious resource. “Pools aren’t the water wasters they’re often perceived to be,” says Swimart executive officer Rick Graham. “For example, a pool accounts for less than 10 per cent of the annual household water used in greater Sydney.” Swimming pools store water for long periods of time. They filter, sanitise and keep water clean so it can be used again and again – unlike the […]
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4 Swimart bushfire safety tips

4 Swimart bushfire safety tips
Swimart bushfire safety tip #1 Help firefighters protect your home and possessions Did you know that firefighters use swimming pools to help protect homes? Let them know you have this valuable water supply by displaying a Static Water Supply (SWS) sign so that it is visible from the road. The SWS sign is free, so contact your local fire station for more information. Swimart bushfire safety tip #2 Do you have adequate home insurance? Wherever you live, your home and contents insurance cover should be enough to cover the cost of rebuilding your pool and all of its equipment. Increasing your insurance cover may not cost very much, and if […]
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