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What Is The Difference Between Salt Water, Mineral and Freshwater Pools?
"What is the difference between salt water, mineral and freshwater pools?" If you are unsure, you are not alone! There plenty of claims out there offering "low salt", "salt free" and "chlorine free" options to sanitise your pool with equally big differences in the costs to buy and run the systems over 5 years. Spoiler alert! Even....

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What Is The Best Pump For My Pool? Single, Two or Variable Speed?
You've bought your pool direct as a fibreglass pool kit and the swimming is glorious. You knew having a pool would increase your power bill a bit but "not this much". Is there problem with your pool pump or is it the type of pump you have that is chewing up the electricity? So, what are the different types of pumps and why do you need to....

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Pool Lights - The Best Ways To Light Your DIY Pool
A pool light for your DIY pool is essential. The right placement of your pool light also makes a big difference to how your DIY pool will look at night and how many lights you will need. Pool lights are as much about safe night swimming as it is about having an awesome entertaining area light show. Let's dive into pool lighting options,....

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Concrete Pools v Fibreglass Pools - Which Is Cheaper To Maintain?
Concrete and fibreglass swimming pools have clear differences in the ongoing cost to maintain and it's thousands of your hard earned after tax dollars. Just because one is cheaper than the other doesn't mean it is a better swimming pool for you. What is most important is choosing a pool that is the best fit for your family and annual....

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Are Pool Heaters Expensive To Run?
Pool heaters and the cost to heat a swimming pool are a hot topic (pun intended!) Is gas pool heating better than a pool heat pump? What costs more to run? More importantly, how do you decide? Answer the following questions about heating your pool and read on to find the best fit for you.

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What Is The Difference Between Salt Water and Mineral Pools?
Salt water pools and mineralised pools both use salt in the water to produce chlorine. The biggest difference with a mineralised pool is how the water feels - soft and silky - from adding magnesium, potassium and boron to the water. Any pool, including DIY fibreglass pool kits, can be salt water or mineral pools. Read on to understand....

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Cartridge v Sand Pool Filters - Which Is Best?
All pools need filters, including DIY swimming pools. Pool filters remove the microscopic particles in your water. Getting the right filter will mean the difference between safe, sparkling clear water all year round and unsafe cloudy water.

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How long does it take to install a fibreglass pool?
Installing a fibreglass DIY pool can be completed in as little as 5 days however it is usually longer than this. Fibreglass DIY pool installation is always faster than concrete pool installation and it is not as difficult a process as you might think. 

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Three Questions Most Buyers Have About DIY Fibreglass Pools
When it comes to DIY pools, we are often asked similar questions from pool buyers just like you. Fair enough too. Here are three questions that we hear lots of times about fibreglass pool shells and DIY pools.

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What does a fibreglass pool cost?
There are lot of different factors that affect the cost of a fibreglass pool. The single biggest influence on cost is the size and the depth of pool you choose, rather than the actual shape. In our “An Unbiased Comparison Between Vinyl Liner, Concrete and Fibreglass Pools” e-Guide, we talk about costs in a lot more detail.

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How Much Does It Cost To Install A Pool?
The type of pool you choose and how it is installed has a huge impact on the cost. You and I could choose the same model of pool, however my pool costs $19,000 more than yours.

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The cheapest and most expensive ways to buy and install a swimming pool?
Depending on how much money and time you want to save, there are different ways to buy and install a swimming pool, including a DIY pool. In many instances, the money saved can mean the difference between getting your swimming pool now or having to save a little longer. Or getting the pool and the bathroom done at the same time. Or…....

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