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Hydrostatic Valve Replacement for your Swimming Pool

Aquaglaze recommends all swimming pool owners consider the age of their pool's Hydrostatic valve when their swimming pool first starts to leak. It should be your first line of attack before obtaining expensive pipe pressure testing and leak detection services. In most cases, pool water leaks are caused by old worn out Hydrostatic valve. Hydrostatic valves are relatively inexpensive to replace. In fact the Hydrostatic valve, in your pool, should be replaced every five years to ensure you have a good seal and your swimming pool is not losing water.  Aqualine Pool Resurfacing NSW can replace your Hydrostatic valve whether your pool is full or empty. For a free quotation or some professional advice click here 
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If you would like to enquire about Hydrostatic valve replacement service for your pool, leave your details here or go to our contacts page to give us a call or email. How the Hydrostatic Valve Works
The Hydrostatic relief valve is located in the deepest part of your swimming pool. It may be under the main drain cover or in its own box situated on the bottom of the swimming pool. The purpose of the Hydrostatic relief valve is to act as a one way valve allowing water into the pool but not out of the pool. It opens when there is an excessive build up of water pressure under your pool This allows the ground water to enter the pool and keep the equilibrium between the pool and underground water to avoid damage to the pool.
Most Main Drain assemblies are designed with the same major components.
Picture showing various parts of the valve
Pool valve
  • The Grate and Dress ring sits in the tile or marblite on the floor while the remainder of the Main Drain assembly is cast in to the concrete of the floor.   
  • The Dress Ring does not have to touch the body of the main drain.  
  • The Main Drain must be installed at the deepest point of the swimming pool so the water is able to drain completely from the swimming pool.  
  • The connection to the skimmer allows for a certain amount of water to flow naturally from the bottom of the swimming pool in to the skimmer.  
  • The valve stem protrudes into the gravel pit below the structure of the pool so the water can drain into the pool easily.  
  • The hydrostatic valve is flitted into the base of the drain to stop water going out but allowing high pressure water in so the pool does not lift out of the ground.  
    Hydrostatic Valve

Waterline Tiles

Waterline Tiles add so much to a pool's finish and style while helping with the maintenance. They also can tie in elements of the pool's surrounds, including trim, colours or themes from the house, landscaping and gardens. Decorative glass waterline tiles will provide the finishing touch for your setting.
 
Choose a waterline tiles to either match or contrast your paving or interior colour. A tiled waterline protects your investment and makes cleaning easy. We have a wide range of glass waterline tiles available to choose from to complete the look of your pool.
 
Aqualine Pool Resurfacing NSW are one of the only companies in Australia offering waterline tiling on Fibreglass pools as well as normal concrete pools. We can create your dream watery oasis using Amber's Resort Collection of quality Spanish 25x25mm glass mosaics at a cost that will pleasantly sup rise you. 
See below for our fantastic colour range 
Aquaglaze is a licensed and fully insured pool resurfacing, renovations, restoration and coating company -providing you with the most professional, cost effective, pool resurfacing, renovations and restoration solutions on the market. The coating we supply and apply resolves many typical pool issue including fixing leaks, cracks, osmosis, rust, damaged mouldy pool surfaces, delamintion, erosion as well as updating and modernising your pool. So if you're after a new look for your swimming pool and require prompt service then leave your full details on our enquiry page click here and we will give you an estimated price by phone or email on your choice of waterline tiles. 
 
No matter what the original surface of your swimming pool we will be able to apply a suitable surface coating that will transform your old worn out pool to the centre piece of you entertainment area again. Take a look at our before and after picture page to see for yourself the difference a new surface or renovation will make to your pool. click here 
Our products are especially designed to handle the unusually harsh Australian conditions. This is why, with our Fibreglass resurfacing, renovations or restorations, Aquaglaze is confident that you will be getting the best, most resilient swimming pool surface on the market. We also back it up with a statutory warranty 

LED Pool Lights

Single colour LED POOL LIGHTS & COLOUR CHANGE LED POOL LIGHTS NOW AVAILABLE. In surface mounted for new & existing pools. Convert your old halogen light to a new super bright LED pool light & never change the globe again! 
Waterlinx Electric Blue LED Pool Light
Waterlinx Electric Blue LED Pool Light
Electric Blue LED. Give your pool a fast effective make over.
$370.00 deliver*
$690.00 installed* 
Waterlinx Brilliant White LED Pool Light
Brilliant white LED. Give your pool a fast effective make over.$370.00 deliver**
$690.00 installed* 
Waterlinx Colour Change LED Pool light
Waterlinx Colour Change LED Pool light
Shown with optional stainless steel dress ring. Colour change LED can replace old leaking lights. 
$370.00 deliver**
$690.00 installed*
Waterlinx Stainless Steel dress Ring
Waterlinx Stainless Steel dress Ring
Diagram shows the dress ring with alight. Price is for the optional dress ring only. 316 stainless steel 
$50.00           
RGB (Red, green, blue) colour changing
Genuine Waterlinx LED Pool Lights - RGB (Red, green, blue) colour changing
Replace your old halogen lights with new LED low power lights and never change another bulb again - Genuine Waterlinx Suitable for both new installations and retrofit Surface mounted ULTRA low profile 
$350.00 delivered
$690.00 installed*

L.E.D. vs Halogen

The Ceramic Light Engine is the latest and most advanced technology in LED pool lighting. The Ceramic Light Engine itself is only slightly larger than a postage stamp with 39 LED clusters, totalling 234 LED's. These LED's are encased in ceramic allowing excellent heat dissipation and maximum light output. A heat sink has been added to the backplate to aid in cooling.
The light output for the Ceramic Light Engine can be compared to two standard surface mounted 100 watt halogen lights, giving a maximum light spread of up to 8-10m at 150-160 deg. With the use of this technology you can be confident or exceptional light output and 50,000 hours plus of burn time, which means you will never have to change a globe ever again.

The Spa Electrics Ceramic Light Engine has a patented driver card. This monitors the incoming voltage which enables it to operate on 12 volts. With this light only drawing 26 watts of power it's not only energy efficient but also cost effective with the ability to run 3 lights on one transformer.

The Ceramic Light Engine creates an ambience like no other light on the market. When turned on underwater it creates an opalescent glow for a "mood" effect, the spread of colour in the pool appears as if a coloured dye has been poured into the water.

Ceramic Light Engine's are available in Blue, Green or White, with the LED's themselves emitting the colour, not the lens. All lights come with a clear lens. Now also colour changing option.

Halogen

Spa Electrics have been manufacturing 12v halogen underwater lights for over 30 years. The globes are produced to the highest quality standards to ensure a long burn life and powerful water penetration with a maximum light spread of up to 8m at 130-150deg. The average lamp life is around 1200 hours.

To maximize the lamp life of your halogen globe your light should be turned on regularly, lack of use can potentially damage the globe and shorten its life.
It is essential that you do not turn a halogen light on out of water. The globe burns white hot and you will cause damage to your light's seal and over a very short time cause the light to melt or deform, when this happens it enables water to enter the light cavity, destroying the light.

Only one halogen light can be used on a 100w transformer. Unlike the Ceramic Light Engine it is not the lamp which emits the colour it is actually the lens. So you will need to choose the lens colour that you would like your pool water colour to be.

* Installation price is based on a pool light replacement and does not include a new transformer.

** Australia only outside Australia price on request

Why Change to a Salt Water Chlorinator

Pools are there to be enjoyed not to create more work. Here are 6 reason to change to Salt NOW

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Over recent years Salt Water Chlorination (SWC) has gained more and more favour as a safe, reliable, time saving and economic method of disinfection of your pool water . It is well suited to the treatment of swimming pools. While the capital cost may be a consideration, the significantly lower operating cost, simpler maintenance and high level of safety means salt water chlorinator is the best method of maintaining the chlorine in your pool.

Saltwater chlorination is a process of sanitising water, using chlorine that is produced in the pool water from ordinary salt. Developed in Australia over 30 years ago, the technology is utilised in over 90% of all residential pools in Australia today.
The process occurs via electrolysis, using ordinary salt and a device called asaltwater chlorinator - also referred to as a chlorine generator, salt chlorine generator, or salt chlorinator. Initially, a certain amount of salt is added to the water. As water passes over the chlorinator's specially coated plates, an electric current breaks down the salt and water into their basic elements to formsodium hypochlorite, which is the active sanitizer in all forms of chlorine. The chlorine kills algae and bacteria in the water and oxidizes the waste. Thereafter, the chlorine regenerates itself back to salt and begins the process over again in a virtually unending cycle. Since salt does not evaporate, an occasional addition of salt is needed only to replace what is lost due to the splash out, pumping out, draining or backwashing.

Reason 1 - Bather satisfaction

Our studies show that over 95% of swimmers prefer swimming in salt water pools to any other type of sanitised pools. Salt has a softening effect, just like a water softener, so hair and skin feels soft and silky rather than dry and brittle as with packaged chlorine. The other very important factor is that when the water flows through the electrodes, the chloramines ("dead chlorine" that causes the strong chlorine smell and stinging eyes) are destroyed thus leaving the water in pristine condition.

Salt water pools are popular because most people who consider themselves "sensitive" or "allergic" to chlorine are not actually reacting to the chlorine at all. This problem usually arises from use of packaged pool chemicals due to additives contained in those chemicals. The same swimmers, who claim allergic reactions to chlorine, typically experience no problems when they are in a salt-water pool. The answer isn't the absence of chlorine. Salt systems generate their own chlorine on-site. The answer is the absence of all the packaged chemicals and by-products of those chemicals.
S series salt water chlorinator

 Reason 2 - Time Saving

Once the Salt Water Chlorinator is running there is no more sanitizing required set and forget. No more running to the pool shop to buy Chlorine and allocating space to store it.

Reason 3 - Economical

 Pool Chlorinators significantly reduce you costs by :-
  • Eliminating the cost of Chlorine
  • Reducing the need for pool servicing
  • Reducing the likely hood of the pool water needing emergency treatment due to a slip up in the pool maintenance regime.
  • Costly surface damage or wearing due to chemical damage.

Reason 4 - Safety

A salt-water chlorinator makes chlorine in the pool water, automatically and continuously, so you no longer have to buy, store or handle the dangerous chemical liquid chlorine. Personal injury risks associated with the storage of chlorine are eliminated, as are the other risks of potentially harmful situations where accidental contact with these dangerous chemicals by pool visitors or maintenance staff can occur.

When using salt water chlorination equipment failures no longer represent a life threatening situation or a potential health risk.

Reason 5 - Environmentally friendly 

Salt is a safe and naturally occurring element. A salt-water chlorinator recycles the salt over and over so there are no by-product wastes added to the environment. Due to high efficiency of the technologies used, on-site chlorine generation requires a far less energy consumption when compared to the commercial chlorine plants. Reduced handling of chlorine means less environmental damage due to accidental spillage.

Reason 6 - Reduced maintenance 

The only maintenance required with salt-water pools, is the ph levels. You no longer will need to test and dose the Chlorine as part of your maintenance schedule.
 
Why wouldn't you convert to Salt 

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