Residential Pool Covers
Save on water loss
A Daisy Pool Cover can save up to 10,000 litres per month. And water saving is more
important than ever. In fact the average size pool can lose one and a half times
the total volume. So a 50,000 litre pool can lose 75,000 litres of water through
the swimming season. Installing a Daisy Pool Cover means you don't need to run the
hose for about 20 minutes every single day through the summer.
Save on Heat Loss
No matter how you heat your pool water a Daisy Pool Cover will help keep the warmth
right where you want it - in the pool water. The unique Daisy Solar blanket acts
as a barrier between the colder air and the warmer pool water. Acting as an insulator
the cover stops the natural process of hot and cold attracting each other commonly
known as convection.
Save on Chemicals
A Daisy Pool Cover cuts salt and chemical use by up to 50%. A major cost of pool
maintenance. No matter what form chlorine is added to the pool water it eventually
returns to it's natural state as a gas and escapes into the atmosphere. With a cover
in use the gas is trapped and stays in the water longer. However as the gas accumulates
and concentrates on the warmer surface. These extreme conditions increase blanket
degradation. The Daisy Cover with UltraDome Bubble technology is designed to withstand
these extreme conditions.
Save on Evaporation
A Daisy Pool Cover is a physical barrier to evaporation. It covers the pool water
like a lid on a jar. Although not totally airtight a cover retards the elements
that cause evaporation. A correctly fitted cover can effectively prevent 97% of
natural evaporation. Water surface area, water temperature, air temperature, air
pressure, air density, wind speed and humidity - among others - all affect evaporation.
Save on Longer Lasting Cover
A Daisy Pool Cover lasts longer because it is Aussie tough to withstand the weather
and the harsh cauldron of a heated chemical environment. This strength is built
upon the ability of the UltraDome bubble, made of extra strong polyethylene (PE),
to survive. Unlike other covers 2/3rds of the material used goes into the bubble
or bottom side of the cover most in touch with the chemically treated water. Furthermore
the thickness of the bubble material is even with no weak points that can be exploited
to reduce the life of the cover.