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The Poolwerx 2019 Gala Awards were held in Adelaide recently, recognising our Franchise Partners from across Australia and New Zealand who have achieved excellence in their business throughout the year.
A green pool is the last thing any pool owner wants to see, so why does it happen and how can you turn your pool from green to clean?
A pool turns green when there is algae in the water. There are several reasons why algae could grow, but it is most commonly caused by prolonged exposure to the sun, rain and temperature spikes. These factors affect the chemical balance of the pool and result in the pool turning cloudy and/or green.
If your pool is looking more green than clean, use our top 5 tips to get your pool back to healthy.
The ongoing energy costs of owning a swimming pool can be significant for some owners. So how can you enjoy your pool year-round without burning a hole in your wallet?
Maintaining your pool is a year-long commitment, even if you are not using your pool regularly during the cooler months. There are several simple steps you can take to keep your pool running smoothly whilst also being as cost-effective as possible.
Did you know your pool pump could be costing you an extra $750 each year?
But it is possible to keep your pool parties pumping all summer long, plus save on your electricity bill at the same time. How? It can be as simple as changing your pool pump and Poolwerx makes it even more cost effective with their latest campaign.
This year’s April Pools Day campaign has surpassed expectations to become the most successful year to date, with over 4,000 people registering to learn the lifesaving skill of CPR. The event teaches the public vital CPR education practices and is supported by the Australian Red Cross and Kids Alive.
Did you know that drowning is the number one cause of accidental death in children under 5 years of age? According to Kids Alive Do the Five, each week, on average, a child drowns. Teaching a child to swim early is the best prevention – and it teaches your kids so many new skills.