Millions of Australian homes around the country have pools featuring prominently in their backyard and for good reason. Pools are popular with not just families but also sharehouses and even singles who enjoy the opportunities a pool provides. However, during winter, most Australians do not use their pool even close to the amount that they do in summer, and it is easy
- The installation of a new swimming pool is not a decision made lightly due to its cost and the impact it has on existing landscaping. However, a swimming pool adds value to your home in both its resale value and also as a place to unwind and relax. Due to the monetary investment required to install a pool, you should consider taking the pool up a notch to a luxury lev
- Australian summers can be warm, to say the least, and if you are fortunate enough to have a pool in your back garden, it's one of the best ways to cool down and have some fun in the summer months. With that said, keeping your pool clean and well maintained can be a lot of work, and this means that choosing the best swimming pool filter is imperative. Sand filters are
- By law, you have to surround your pool with a fence. That helps to keep children out, but if you want to make your fence extra safe, there are key ideas you may want to keep in mind. Consider the following tips for your pool fencing: 1. Opt for a Privacy Fence Children may be less likely to try to get into your area if they don't know that you have a pool.
- When it comes to choosing an internal liner for your above ground pool, vinyl is one of the most popular and practical choices around, offering excellent durability and long life at a low price point. However, if you do choose a vinyl pool liner, or are having an aged pool liner replaced with new vinyl, you should pay particular attention to how the liner is adhered t