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Pool Equipment

During the course of your renovation, you may want to look at the condition and functionality of your pool equipment. As the pool area and surrounds are prone to harsh conditions, over time, pool chemicals, the constant exposure to a wet and dry climate and the elements mother nature brings, you need products that are durable and specifically built for these conditions. Here at Pebble Masters, we only source equipment of the highest quality; equipment that is renowned for its performance in pools. These brands include Theralux, Astral, Hayward, Waterco, EvoHeat, Polaris, Raypak, Hurlcon, Stanley and Davey.

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Pool pumps

The pump pulls water from the pool, pushes it through the filter and returns it back to the pool through the outlets. It does this through the skimmer lid and main drain (if your pool has one…some will have a grease plate instead). The pump is the beating heart of your pool’s circulatory system; without it, the pool water wouldn’t move and thus filtrate. The pump’s key function is to pull and push water in and out of the pool. The pump also has a small basket which may collect heavier debris such as leaves and twigs. When choosing your pool pump, Pebble Masters will guide you to the appropriate size and model for your pool and the rest of your system.

Pool Pump

Pool filters

Once the water is pumped from the pool it will be pushed through the filter. The filter cleanses the pool water by removing dirt, debris and bacteria that is in it. Now this impurity-free water is pumped back into the pool giving you clean and circulated water. There are three types of filters available on the market: cartridge, sand/glass media and diatomaceous earth filters. Our pool technicians will guide you to the most appropriate size and type of filter for you pool and backyard.

Automatic chlorinators for salt and mineral pools

An automatic chlorinator is a chlorine manufacturing device that is attached to the pool filtration system. As salt or mineral water passes through the cell, electrolysis occurs, by which chlorine is produced and automatically released back into the pool.

For mineral systems such as Theralux, their chlorinator, Therachlor, operates at a slower TDS (total dissolved solids), meaning that chlorine is produced at a much lower level. These levels are low enough to be akin to drinking water and they do not retain the harsh side-effects highly chlorinated water does. The small chlorine dosage is used to prevent algae from growing and bacteria from spreading in the water.

Chlorine-based pools do not need an automatic chlorinator as chlorine is manually released into the pool. However, you do have the opportunity to convert your chlorine water into a salt or mineral pool with the addition of an automatic chlorinator.

Automatic Chlorine feeder


Automatic chlorine and hydrochloric acid feeders

If you’re finding it difficult to stay on top of the maintenance of your pool it may worthwhile taking a look at an automatic liquid chlorine and hydrochloric acid feeding system. These control systems analyse water data (chlorine and pH levels) and emit the appropriate amounts of chemicals to ensure the safest possible swimming conditions. These feeders reduce costs in the long run as they prevent the excessive use of chemicals that may damage the pool and its equipment.

Automatic Chlorine & Acid Feeder


Pump and filter enclosures

Once all the pumps, filters and any other essential equipment for your pool system has been installed, you probably want to think about enclosing it. The Acoustic Box is an Australian made and owned company that specialises in the manufacturing of these filter and pump enclosures. These enclosures:

  • Reduce noise by up to 80%
  • Protect pool systems form natural elements
  • Comply with all Australian state and council requirements
  • Aesthetically encase the sight of pumps and filters
  • Are available in 38+ standard sizes and 10 standard colours

Here at Pebble Masters, we are a proud reseller of The Acoustic Box and recommend the installation of the product after system installs. As part of the package, our pool technician will assemble and fit The Acoustic Box.

Equipment Enclosure

Pool heating

If you’re wanting to extend your swimming season beyond the warmer months, you may be in the market for a pool heater. Today’s residential pool heaters have come a long way. They are more energy efficient, aesthetic and more cost effective. Here at Pebble Masters, we specialise in the supply and installation of gas heaters and heat pumps from Raypak, EvoHeat, Theralux and Hurlcon.

Benefits of pool heating:

  • Creates for a more pleasant swimming environment on cooler days
  • Extends pool use beyond the hotter months
  • Warmer water helps soothe joint and muscular aches
  • Able to control water temperature via a remote or smart device

Heat pumps

Heat pumps are the most popular option for backyard pools that don’t have access to natural gas. They are designed to warm your swimming pool through using electricity. Heat pumps function just like a refrigerator or air conditioner. The unit’s fan draws in outside air and directs it to the evaporator coil. The liquid refrigerant within the evaporator coil absorbs the heat from the outside air and transforms into a gas. This gas then travels through the unit’s compressor and increases in heat, creating a very hot gas that then travels through the condenser. The hot gas in the condenser begins to heat the pool water that has been pumped into the unit, subsequently returning it to the pool at a warmer temperature. This process is repeated over and over again whilst the heat pump is turned on.


  • More environmentally friendly than gas heaters
  • Have a lower operating cost and use less energy over longer periods
  • Have a greater life expectancy than gas heaters


  • Slower warm up time
  • More expensive than a gas heater
  • May have a greater installation price as it requires a 220-volt service; this is dependent on your backyard electrical servicesHeat Pump

Gas heater

If you do have accessibility to natural gas in your backyard or pool area you’re already halfway there. If not, you can still purchase a gas heater however, the unit will run off liquid propane gas rather than natural gas. The unit works by burning gas inside a combustion chamber which contains coils of copper piping. The water from inside the pool is pumped into the unit and subsequently flows through this hot copper piping. Once it passes through the hot copper piping the warm water then enters back into the pool.

Both types of pool heating units have strengths and weaknesses and are suited for different backyards and pools. We have compiled a series of pros and cons of the two heating systems so you can understand the differences and determine which is best for your pool. It is not a case of one is better than another, merely we want you to make the right decision for your backyard.


  • Heats up quicker than a heat pump
  • Costs lest to purchase than a heat pump
  • May cost less to install; dependent on your backyard gas services
  • Maintains water temperature in any weather
  • Costs less than a heat pump to initially purchase


  • Uses more energy and is more expensive to operate
  • Has a shorter unit life expectancy
  • Gas supply is needed via tank or line which may be expensive to installGas Heater

Our technicians will guide you to the most suitable system for your backyard and pool. We will also calculate, based off you pool dimensions and position, the required size needed to heat the pool sufficiently. We suggest in purchasing a pool cover in combination with your pool heater. By covering the swimming pool, you are able to retain the heated water for a longer period of time and thus saving energy and money in the long run.