Frequently Asked Questions
Some people know if there is rock underground, so if you let us know, we can prepare so we aren't hit by unexpected delays. With our knowledge of each area and the average amount of rock they have in the ground, we can prepare well.
No, you do not need your Neighbour's permission to build a pool in Australia.
If you need a development application, we will sort it out for you and if it is approved, the council will notify your neighbours about the build.
Chlorine is much better than Salt Water. It cleans your pool of far more bacteria and so it is much safer to swim in a chlorine pool. Even the Salt Water pools have a small amount of chlorine filtered into them so that they can stay clean.
If you chose the wrong builder, it could cause many issues during the construction and after.
Some of the issues that could arise from having a low quality builder are:
Damage to your pipes
With the combined planning and design of the pool, along with the construction, it will take 3-6 months to fully build the pool.
Concrete pools are a lot more flexible it terms of shape and size in comparison to fibreglass pools, and also has more options for interior finishes.
Although concrete pools are slightly more expensive, the flexibility of the location, shape, and design is well worth it for those who are willing to spend a bit more.
A pool is fairly cheap to maintain once it is built. The main costs that come from maintaining a pool are:
Chlorine and Hydrochloric Acid
Electricity for filtration and pump
Potentially heating costs, but is non existent if you use solar heating.