Types of Pool Water: Crystal-Clear Choices

Ah, the scorching Australian summer – what better way to beat the heat and create unforgettable family memories than with a sparkling swimming pool in your own backyard?

But hold on, mate!

Before you take the plunge, choosing the right type of swimming pool water is essential. There are various types of pool water to consider, and each has its unique benefits.

Get ready to explore the exciting world beyond the traditional chlorine pool – we’re talking about saltwater and mineral pools that are making waves Down Under.

The Aussie Dream: Swimming Pool Possibilities

Imagine this: a glorious sunny day, your mates splashing around in the clear water of your pool, laughter filling the air, and you enjoying every moment.

That’s the Aussie dream, right?

Installing a swimming pool can make it a reality.

Not only does it offer a cool respite from the scalding sun, but it also boosts your property’s value. Get ready for the ripper of the summer!

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Beyond the Blue: Water Pool Selection

Sure, picking out the pool type is a blast, but what about the water filling it? This is where things get interesting, cobber.

Your choice of pool water depends on factors like how often you’ll be taking the plunge. It’s time to consider your options and make a splash with crystal-clear water that suits your needs.

The Classic Chlorine Pool Experience

We’ve all had a go in a chlorine pool, haven’t we?

This traditional choice is like an old friend – familiar and reliable. When chlorine gets to work, it takes on grime, sweat, lotion, and even the dreaded ‘U’ word (eww). Chemical magic happens, destroying bacteria and leaving your pool sparkling.

But beware mates – if you’re prone to skin allergies or asthma, you might want to explore other pool waters.

Salt of the Sea: Saltwater Swimming Sensation

Time to debunk a myth, folks!

Saltwater pools aren’t completely chlorine-free, but they take a different approach. A pinch of salt replaces most chlorine, making for a gentler swim. You won’t be mistaking it for the ocean, though – the salt levels are way lower.

Plus, you’ll produce your own chlorine, keeping the water quality pristine and your chemical worries at bay.

Dive into Luxury: Saltwater Pool Benefits

Imagine stepping into a pool that’s refreshing and feels like a caress on your skin. That’s the magic of saltwater – softer, kinder, and less likely to cause irritation. And that’s not all – saltwater pools need less maintenance, saving you money and hassle. It’s like having your own piece of paradise without the fuss.

Nature’s Touch: Mineral Swimming Pools

Here’s a twist you didn’t see coming – mineral water pools.

Think of it as Mother Nature’s spa day for your pool. Minerals like magnesium, sodium, and potassium chloride keep your pool clean and bacteria-free. Less chlorine, less fuss – it’s a win-win. Plus, the mineral water goodness can even soothe your aches and pains, making your swim therapeutic.

Take the Plunge with Wagtail Built

So, whether you’re looking to build a new aquatic haven or give your existing pool a makeover, remember – your choice of pool water is crucial.

Wagtail Built Pool Builders have got your back, mate. From concrete to fibreglass pools, we’ve got a ripper selection to choose from. Our experts will guide you through the options, ensuring you snag the best fit for your Aussie oasis. Prepare to make waves and create summer memories that’ll last a lifetime.

Contact us today, and let’s turn your backyard into the ultimate splash zone!

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Brooke Morgan

Brooke Morgan founded Wagtail Built to bring his 23 years of construction industry experience to families on the Central Coast. His local custom home improvement company prides itself on quality, reliability, and personal service. As a family-owned and operated business, Brooke and his team are deeply invested in the homes and relationships they build, staying true to their core values of trust, integrity, quality, and communication.

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