For the residents of Perth, a swimming pool at home is a common requirement since a pool not only helps them cool off during the sunny summers, but also acts as a great place to host social dos. And hence, proper and regular maintenance of swimming pools cannot be avoided. As a result, pool owners either take care of cleaning the pools themselves, or in absence of time and experience, hire professional pool cleaners Perth.
If you are among those who prefer to clean their swimming pools on their own, there are a number of useful and effective pool equipment Perth that you can choose from. The trick, however, is to understand which equipment is best suited for your pool so that your job becomes easy and efficient. Just as one pool is different from another, the type of cleaning equipment required will also be different for different pools.
Before determining what type of cleaning equipment you should buy, understand the various factors that need to be kept in mind. First and foremost, the size of the swimming pool is a big determiner. For small to medium sized pools, a pool cleaner with a hose spanning up to 12 meters should do the trick. However, if your pool is much bigger in size, the normally available cleaners won’t be as useful.
Another point to consider while buying a swimming pool equipment Perth is what type of cleaning mechanism is used by it. Generally, a pool cleaner can be a suction cleaner, a pressure cleaner or a robotic cleaner. Which one of these should you go for depends upon the shape and size of the pool you have, and the kind of maintenance they require. For example, a suction cleaner is more suitable for pools with curved walls (and not sharp corners), and is quick and cheap to install. On the other hand, a pressure cleaner is more suitable for rectangular pools with tight corners, is better able to clean the pool compared to suction cleaners, is faster, but is also more expensive that the suction cleaners.
Last but not the least, there is the popular option of robotic cleaners Perth. These are most commonly used with large and deep swimming pools since they not only clean and scrub the floor surface efficiently, but also can climb the pool walls easily. Also, since they don’t have a hose attachment, their range of cleaning is not limited and in fact, is much larger than those of other cleaners. However, there are a few disadvantages of these robotic cleaners, most noteworthy of which are: robotic cleaners Perth run on electricity and so require the presence of a power point near the pool, are a little more inconvenient to set up and maintain than the other types of cleaners, and are overall usually more expensive.