Kew Infinity Pool and SpaContemporary Pool, Melbourne

A Neptune Pools Original design
Infinity pool and spa fully tiled with Glass Mosaic tiles
Photography by Patrick Redmond

Inspiration for a large contemporary backyard rectangular infinity pool in Melbourne with concrete pavers. —  Houzz
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samanthra68 wrote:2November,2014
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    Neptune Swimming Pools
    The screen is 1500mm inside the boundary and did not require town planning approval. If it was to be attached to the fence as an extension I would recommend talking to the council prior to installation.
  • samanthra68
    Thank you:)
Dee Fen wrote:18October,2014
Susan Cochrane wrote:4March,2018
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    Neptune Swimming Pools

    hi there, the step is at the shallow end. The pool is 1.2m to 1.5m deep. The bench seat is 500mm deep water.

Sonia Dar wrote:15November,2014

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Bring My Dark, Cloudy Pool Back to Blue?19 December 2018

How can I prevent water from going dark or cloudy? 1. Check your pool’s chlorine and pH level every two days. This is especially important after a period of heavy usage, a very hot day or a period of solid rain.2. Clean out your skimmer basket and the hair and lint pot in your filtration pump weekly.3. To keep pool water properly balanced, take a sample from elbow depth to your local pool store for professional testing every week or so.4. Use a quality algaecide to keep algae at bay.5. Run the filter six to eight hours a day.6. Regularly check sanitiser levels – ideally daily.7. Check total alkalinity (TA) weekly with a test kit or by taking a sample to your local pool store. 8. Thoroughly backwash your sand or DE filter, or remove and clean the cartridge from your cartridge filter with a hose.9. Keep the water level at least half way up the skimmer box opening.10. Regularly brush or vacuum the pool walls and floor.

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Get My Pool Ready for Summer?18 July 2018

4. Add sanitiser: Using a shock treatment, dose your pool according to instructions, then keep your pump running and don’t let anyone in the pool for a day or so. After shocking, sanitise your pool as normal.5. Clean the pool walls and surfaces: Brush your pool’s walls, steps and benches – not forgetting those tricky-to-reach corners – to help remove algae and loosen dirt, then follow with a vacuum. 6. Check the pool for signs of wear and tear: Years of use, temperature fluctuations, pressurised water and cleaning chemicals can take its toll on your pool. The four tell-tale signs that your pool’s interior needs immediate attention include: unstable pH levels, stains, an uneven surface and water leaks.7. Test safety equipment: Make sure your fence meets the prescribed height and latching requirements and remove any furniture and pot plants outside the fence that could help a child climb over it. Also, check that your child-proof gate and latch are in good working order and position a resuscitation chart nearby. Remember to supervise children when they are in the pool area – especially if they haven’t swum in the pool since last summer.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

nadianaylor added this to Garden3 days ago

The dark screening for the pool

Eddie Chen added this to Seal Beach townhome2 December 2019

compost decorative panels for divider in front of laundry room and behind seating

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