Jan 11, 2021 1:44 pm
Hi I am a tenant with a pool in NSW.
Since we moved in a month ago we have struggled to get the pool water clear. I have since noticed significant bubbling of the fiberglass all over the pool and when you rub the side of the pool the water becomes cloudy.
All of the pool chemistry tests are fine and calcium levels are also fine so I don't think its calcium build up.
My question is does a landlord have to resurface an old pool, I think it's around 20 years old based upon dates the house was renovated? Is it a safety issue?
Re: Does a landlord have to resurface an old pool?2
Jan 11, 2021 3:24 pm
no a landlord does not have to resurface
most likely is not a safety issue
i would doubt your water chemistry is fine
please list the numbers from a reliable test (note test used) and how the pool is chlorinated
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