April 2011 e-newsletter
Welcome to the April 2011 edition of the Swimart e-newsletter
Small Pools for Small Spaces
Latest trends in swimming pool design
With inner city properties at a premium and the suburban block succumbing to subdivision, small pools are becoming an increasingly popular swimming pool trend here in Australia. Whereas during the 80s and 90s, your average suburban swimming pool measured a spacious nine metres by four and a half metres, today’s average pool dimensions have shrunk down to a snug four metres by two metres.
Extend Your Swimming Season
Pool heating solutions for autumn and winter
Just because the air temperature might be cooling down, it doesn’t mean you should just stop enjoying your pool. The ideal temperature for leisure swimming is around 25 to 26 degrees Celsius, but this temperature is rarely achieved naturally. For most of the swimming season, the temperature would be around 18 to 20 degrees, with most of the warmth gained during the day then lost overnight.
New World First all-in-one Pool Pre-filter & Filter Unveiled
MultiCyclone Plus the answer to water and energy conservation
As Australian pool owners become increasingly impacted by rising electricity and water bills, Swimart has the answer for water and energy conservation with the launch of Waterco’s next generation filtration solution for the pool - the MultiCyclone Plus.
Waterco’s Hydrostorm Eco three speed pump at the forefront of energy efficient swimming pool technology
Available in stores now, Swimart now stocks Waterco’s most energy efficient swimming pool pump yet - the 6.5 star energy-rated Hydrostorm Eco.
It’s cool: Time to Winterise your Pool
Top tips from Swimart to prepare your pool for winter
Now that the temperatures have started to fall, it’s time to think about how to best prepare your pool so it survives the winter season and is ready to use when the warmer weather comes around again. Swimart has some great advice on how to winterise your pool.