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Welcome to the official Local Pool Care - Sunshine Coast website. We offer a variety of services to help you with maintaining your pool and pool equipment.

Residential or Commercial, we have you covered 6 days a week, excludes Sunday. Customer satifaction is our main goal, we will do our best to make sure your experience with us is second to none!

We offer maintenance and installation of all kinds of equipment and service all brands of chemical controllers.


We do not install items that have been purchased online.

Pool School | $59AU
If you've never had a pool before, or just want to learn more about your pool, we spend 1 hour with you and teach you everything you need to know to care for your pool.

If you need more than one hour - no extra charge. We will not leave until you feel in control of your pool.


Pool Lights
Installation and/or replacement of pool lighting. Change the mood of your entertainment area, with some great lighting options! Available in a variety of colour and design options.


Service Calls | $90AU
We offer a once off service call to locate any problems you might have with your equipment. Includes 1 hour of on-site consultation.

This is a great way to make sure your pool is running well. Pricing is the same, all year round!


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Chemical Controllers
We are the Authorized Service Agent for Chemigem on the Sunshine Coast. Supplying and servicing all brand of automatic chemical controllers.


Constant Algae Problems
This is a very common question that keeps coming up. A lot of people treat their algae or green pools with high doses of chlorine, with little or no effect.

The most common reason for this problem, is the Ph levels have not been adjusted first. Chlorine is Ph dependant, so make sure you always get your Ph low before adding high doses of chlorine.

Another reason for reoccurring algae problems, is that there are many types. Some algae require a very unique treatment. So you need to know what type of algae you are dealing with.

And last but not least, is animals in the pool. If you let your dog swim in your pool, it is equivalent to having twenty people in your pool.

A chlorinator will have no chance at keeping up the chlorine level in that pool, and algae will build up. This is also the case for friendly neighbourhood ducks visiting your pool.