Pool Equipment Advice for Newb

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VanG
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Pool Equipment Advice for Newb

Postby VanG » Mon 14 Mar, 2016 20:01

We're excited to be putting a pool in this summer and wanted to be more informed about our purchase.

Narrowed it down to Leisure Pools Allure or Icon - 35' x 15' 6"

So far we've only been shown equipment packages by Hayward but have the option to source our own.

Located in Toronto so would like to be energy efficient on hydro and gas.

Looking for input on pumps, heaters, covers, filtration, and lighting.

I'm sure many more questions will surface but you have to start somewhere.

Thanks in advance and please ask if you need more information.


Greys0n
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Re: Pool Equipment Advice for Newb

Postby Greys0n » Fri 01 Apr, 2016 04:03

Congrats on your purchase :) U need a lot of equipment for your pool. As about vacuum I have Poolbustercg vacuum, I read a good review about it on http://bestpooladviser.com/5-best-pool-vacuum-reviews-a-complete-guide . It comes with a feature of clearing out the dust and other debris from the pool in a very efficient manner. U can also find useful reviews on heaters, pumps and cleaners there.
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Re: Pool Equipment Advice for Newb

Postby Greys0n » Mon 04 Apr, 2016 09:10

Hope it helps :)

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