Frequently asked questions

Make the most of our extensive frequently asked questions section for any hints and tips on maintaining your swimming pool.

  • Make the most of our extensive frequently asked questions section for any hints and tips on maintaining your swimming pool. Should you require additional guidance for using any of our products and accessories, don’t hesitate to get in touch, we are always happy to help or why not take a look at our How to Guides for tips on how to maintain your pool.

  • Should I cover my swimming pool?

    Yes! There are many purposes of a swimming pool cover, it can keep the pool safe, clean, warm, control the humidity of an indoor pool, and act like a solar blanket for outdoor pools. Particular covers can also be used to help with the safety of the swimming pool for instance, preventing children accidently falling into the pool.  

  • How long should a pool liner last?

    It is predicted that a liner should last for approx. 7 to 10 years; however there are liners that are more robust and can last for about 10 to 20 years.

  • What is the most effective way to clean my pool?

    This all depends on the systems you have fitted in your pool. However, there are many automated cleaning systems that are available to you, to help minimise the time and effort required when keeping with the maintenance of your pool.

  • Can I heat my pool in an eco-friendly way?

    Swimming pools can be heated by a selection of energy resources including ground and air source heat pumps, wood pellet burners, solar and wind turbines. However, renewable energy is only suitable for outdoor pools, as indoor pools require dehumidification and more sophisticated systems.

  • What is the best way to protect my pool?

    The most effective and simple way to help protect your pool is with the use of a cover. There are many kinds of covers available for all purposes from keeping the pool safe and clean to keeping your swimming pool warm by acting like a solar blanket  for an outdoor pool or controlling the humidity for an indoor pool.

  • What types of heating are available to me?

    Swimming pools can be heated by a selection of energy resources including gas, electricity, oil, ground and air source heat pumps, solar, wood pellet burners and even wind turbines. However, renewable energy is only suitable for outdoor pools, as indoor pools require dehumidification and a sophisticated range of systems.