Heavy rain or flooding can cause excess water and flow in your pool, which leads to the pool chemistry becoming heavily diluted. To correct the pool chemistry and ensure the…Read More
During an average year, when there are no extraordinary environmental events or pool usage, most pools will only need two top-ups of Advanced Water Chemistry per year. However, there are…Read More
There are many myths surrounding the effects of swimming pools on hair – especially blonde hair. It’s not surprising as the great majority of pools do not have sensors to…
August 30th, 2019Read More
A fair number of the pools that we convert to Pooled Energy are green when we arrive. The owners have given up on the unending task of manually keeping the water clear. Combined with a scientific understanding of what makes your pool go green and a bit of practice we’ve perfected our method for fixing green pools.
August 6th, 2019Read More
Are you seeing rust or corrosion on stainless steel components in your swimming pool? What does the manufacturer or the pool shop say? They say it’s the water chemistry, right?…
November 21st, 2018Read More
Camilla’s green pool was a ‘pea soup’ – until the Pooled Energy team, headed by Thomas, came to the rescue. The Pooled Energy system was installed on Monday 29 October 2018…
November 1st, 2018Read More
Pooled Energy can often detect when your pool has a leak by monitoring the history of your salinity readings. Below is a trend of a pool’s salinity over 5 weeks….
July 23rd, 2018Read More
Turning off your Pool Equipment in Winter? Don’t! It will it cost you more than any savings on electricity.
The operating time of pool equipment required to maintain pool water in a good quality state can be reduced in winter as biological activity declines with the decline in water…
July 3rd, 2018Read More
If you see a white (bath-tub) ring about 50mm high around your fibreglass pool, don’t panic, especially if you have a floating pool blanket. It may look like it’s been bleached…
May 1st, 2018Read More
Pool owners know how time-consuming maintenance can be – testing the water with a pH stick, adding chemicals like chlorine (volumes of which were often based on guesswork), fiddling with the pumps, and sometimes ending up with algae despite your best efforts.
September 28th, 2017Read More
Just over 10% of the pools we look after have covers. The most common objection from people we speak to is that they either don’t like the look of them or don’t have space on their pool deck for the roller. You can see from our analysis of swimming pool water temperature they offer a significant temperature gain – more on average than heaters often provide.
September 14th, 2017Read More