Kew Infinity Pool and Spa contemporary-pool
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Kew Infinity Pool and Spa Contemporary Pool, Melbourne

A Neptune Pools Original design
Infinity pool and spa fully tiled with Glass Mosaic tiles
Photography by Patrick Redmond
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http://www.neptunepools.com.au
Inspiration for a large contemporary backyard rectangular infinity pool in Melbourne with concrete pavers. — Houzz

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samanthra68 wrote:
Laser privacy screen - Is the screen attached to an existing fence? And if so was council approval required?
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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.
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Thank you:)
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Dee Fen wrote:
Laser cut screen - Could you tell me who supplied the bamboo-like laser cut screen please? It's just what I'm looking for.
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the screens are made from mdf and are manufactured by Outdeco. Check them out at www.outdeco.com
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We can also help you with screens. We can make them in about 13 different types of materials. Check them out here http://www.stylishoutdoors.com.au/collections/accessories/Screens

Let me know what you think.
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Susan Cochrane wrote:
Pool depth - Hi is the step at the shallow end? How deep is the pool and the bench seat along the side- what distance from the top of the pool is that at? Thanks
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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.


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Sonia Dar wrote:
What are the dimensions of the pool please?
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6m x 4m with a 2m x 2m spa in one corner
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Get My Pool Ready for Summer?
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.
Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Bring My Dark, Cloudy Pool Back to Blue?
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.

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Pool tiles, colour & ledge seating
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