• DO cover your pool – you can conserve up to 95% of water lost through evaporation.
  • DO turn off water features in your pool to reduce evaporation.
  • DO fix water leaks to prevent unnecessary water loss.
  • DO keep your pool topped up as the pump & filter cannot operate properly if the water level is too low.
  • DO backwash & rinse your pool filter every 2 weeks or when your automatic pool cleaner becomes sluggish.
  • DO continue with a regular pool care routine to prevent problems that come with additional water costs.
  • DO consider harvesting rainwater for use in topping up your pool. Test and correct your pH and chlorine levels regularly.
  • DO turn off solar or electric pool heaters as this will reduce water loss due to evaporation.
  • DO locate plants/trees near to the pool to provide shade and reduce evaporation.
  • DON’T leave pool water untreated – contaminated water is a health and drowning risk and a breeding place for mosquitos.
  • DON’T allow boisterous activities in the pool, as this results in splash-out.
  • DON’T over-stabilise your pool water – this will result in having to drain a portion of pool water.
  • DON’T empty your pool – there is a risk that the pool surface may crack, and the pool shell may lift out of the ground.
  • DON’T add “grey water” directly to your pool.
  • DON’T allow pets to swim – this requires additional filtration and backwashing.

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