Are you just about done with having to clear your pool of debris every time you want to take a dip? Do you find your chlorine levels are constantly dropping due to UV degradation? Whilst having a pool in your backyard has its benefits, there’s definitely a downside in the way of ongoing maintenance requirements, and of course, the cost that goes along with it. Well, rather than worry, it could be time to do something about it!
At Aussie UnderCover, we offer hidden pool cover systems to pool owners throughout Melbourne and right across Australia. With a choice of manual or motorised operation, having one installed will help your pool retain more water and heat, and less leaf litter! Your pool will continue to look great even when not in use.
Get your quote today or enquire further on 1300 722 009. Based in Nowra, our company supplies DIY installation kits to homeowners from Craigieburn to the Mornington Peninsula.
Here at Aussie UnderCover, our family-owned and operated business provides the most economical hidden pool cover systems on the market—in fact, did you know we were the first to offer these in Australia? Our systems will help you create a seamless transition throughout your pool area; the pit lid can be covered by your own materials—whether that be designer tiles or stained timber. Ours is the ONLY system that enables this.
Every kit we supply comes equipped with high-quality gas struts enabling the specific weight of your chosen covering to be supported. Choose from three different models and ten adjustable sizes up to 7m in width. Smooth winding or remote control options are available.
What are you waiting for? Get your online quote now!
Hidden pool covers system work by using a hydraulic system to raise and lower the cover. The cover is raised when the pool is not in use, and then lowered back into place when it is time to use the pool. This system ensures that the cover remains out of sight.
There are a few reasons why you should invest in a pool cover systems. It helps to keep the water clean and free of debris and regulate the pool temperature, which can save on maintenance and energy costs.
The hydraulic system that raises and lowers the hidden pool cover should be checked regularly to make sure it’s in good working order. The fluid levels in the tank should be checked, and the hoses and valves should be inspected for signs of wear or damage. If any problems are detected, they should be fixed as soon as possible to avoid any further damage.