This pool was installed by Paradise Pools & Solar based on council flood maps. However, builder Rowan Stanfield decided to be on the safe side by raising the pool an extra 20mm. Lucky he did, as the flood waters lapped at the very edge of the deck. This image first appeared on SPASA Queensland’s Facebook page
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"Secondary drowning can happen hours after a swimmer leaves the pool.With secondary drowning, a swimmer inhales water, either due to a near-drowning incident or sudden rush of water The swimmer often appears fine immediately after the event. But over time, water left in the ...
There are some instances, in both domestic and commercial circumstances, when solar pool heating is unsuitable. While gas and electric heating are options, it seems that heat pumps are the popular choice in warmer regions. Pool+Spa looks at three recently completed projects and how pool heating was integrated to provide suitable swimming temperatures, all year round.
Ornamentation in the landscape offers numerous ways to meet gardening challenges. For example, art can add interest to an otherwise unexciting corner or create privacy screening while also jazzing up the garden.
The succulent tapestry in this amazing weathered-steel wall is as stunning as any work of art in a gallery. It has been installed as a dramatic focal point. Notice the uplighting fixtures at the base of this piece, promising after-dark enjoyment of the patterned plantings. With hidden drip irrigation, it's also a low-maintenance design element that the owners can enjoy.
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