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Sandstone/Travertine/Marble Ledges and Copings

Some types of stone can suffer from weathering from the (sodium) salt water used with electrolytic chlorination, as the salt forms crystals as it dries.  These crystals form inside the […]

How does the surface finish of the pool affect water chemistry?

Different surfaces react differently to pool water and it is important for your control system to react correctly to it.  The best solution is to allow the pool surface to […]

What would you recommend for a new surface finish for an old pool?

We can’t make any recommendation regarding the aesthetic of your pool, but, from a pool chemistry point of view, the more inert the surface, the better.  Pools with tiles are […]

What do I do if I need work done on the pool shell or surface?

Pooled Energy does not do this work itself, but will be happy to recommend someone to do it. Please call us on 1300 364 703.

What do you control during the ‘curing’ time of new surfaces?

Some pool surfaces such as Marblesheen and Quartzon require a curing time of about 5 weeks during which time the chemistry must be closely managed by the owner according to […]