Clark Rubber’s DIY pool fence has been recalled nationally following issues relating to opening the gate.
Latest happenings in the pool, spa and aquatics industry
Rob Guthrie has sold his TruPool pool retail business on Sydney’s north shore, and will start to wind down his involvement in the industry.
A WA building surveying company and its sole director have each been ordered to pay a fine of $2500 to the WA Building Commissioner.
While pumps, blowers and lighting can mostly be re-used, many older spas have discontinued control systems, meaning a repair will require wholesale replacement of the existing touchpad, control box and heating system.
SPLASH! has secured great rates at a number of properties and hotels on the Gold Coast for SPLASH! Week.
More than 60 builders, services techs and retailers attended a recent training night at Legend Products home base in Loganholme, Queensland.
Small and medium business (SMB) software app Invoice2go has aggregated their invoicing data to come up with the best performing industries in Australia.
A recent survey has found design trends are being influenced by the experiences of homeowners while travelling abroad.
As well as the informative news items and product information, this issue has many features and some great information on protecting your business through proper compliance, using geothermal power to heat swimming pools, and how to build pools for rich clients.
Most pool shops now sell a winteriser product or program. As popular as winterising programs are, essentially what you are doing is telling the pool owner “add this product and don’t come back to my shop for three months”.
The Queensland Pool Spa & Outdoor Living Expo will be held in on the weekend of May 26 and 27 at the Brisbane Showgrounds.
Exciting opportunities are available in May to improve your skills and enhance your professionalism in the industry.
ARENA has kicked in $2.5 million of funding to Pooled Energy to trial technology they say will dramatically reduce energy consumption of household swimming pools and unlock the potential for demand response.
RLSS research found 78 people fatally drowned at public and communal pools in Australia between 1 July 2005 and 30 June 2015. A further 362 people had a non-fatal drowning requiring hospitalisation.
Swim school franchise network Swimland underpaid its staff across a six-year period and is now required to implement extensive measures to ensure compliance with workplace laws.
The Adelaide Pool Spa & Outdoor Living Expo has been hailed by exhibitors and attendees as the best South Australian show in a decade.