How you can make your pool more environmentally friendly.

How you can make your pool more environmentally friendly.

Make your pool more environmentally friendly and sustainable by looking at how you maintain your pool water, the types and amount of chemicals used, your daily power consumption and maximising the life of your pool equipment

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Pool Scale & Stain Reduction

Pool Scale & Stain Reduction

Metals and Calcium in the pool water are invisible to the naked eye, though in high enough quantities, they can form into visible (and unsightly) stains and scaling on the pool walls and floor. There are 4 ways metals and calcium can physically affect your pool….

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How Rain Affects your Pool

How Rain Affects your Pool

Rain can definitely have an adverse effect on you swimming pool water, though it may come as a surprise that the problems caused by rain are not a result of 'dilution' of the chemicals in your pool. An inch of rainwater added to a typical 50,000 litre pool increases the amount of water by only about 1.5%, meaning dilution is not usually an issue.

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Spring Check-Up Pool Tips

Spring Check-Up Pool Tips

Now is the time to carry out your Spring checkup on your pool. This will not only ensure it is ready for swimming on the warm weekends, but also ready for the upcoming Summer.
 
Obviously every pool is different given the varying sizes, surfaces, filter and chlorinator types but the majority of steps are the same. By following our helpful tips, you’ll be well on your way to enjoying a clean pool as the weather heats up.

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Rode Pools have got you covered

Rode Pools have got you covered

Do you have a cover on your pool at the moment?  Whether you do or do not, here is some "Tech Savvy Info" to help you look after one of your most valued assets.  These simple initiatives will save money... FACT.

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Heavy Rain Information

With the heavier than usual rainfall, we encourage all our customers to check the following and download our factsheets or pick up one instore.

  1. Lower the water level of your pool to avoid overflowing - download the lower your pool level factsheet

  2. If dirt has entered the water, use a Floccing agent to clear the pool water - download factsheet