What is the real cost of a Magnesium pool?
Having a pool is no small investment. From installation to ongoing maintenance, your pool is going to come at a cost (with a wonderful reward, of course. But a cost, nonetheless).
If you are building a new pool, then you will likely be deciding between a number of different factors: materials used, surface type, shape, size and land scaping factors. However, one of the most important decisions you’ll make is what type of water you want you and your family to swim in, with the deciding factors driven by your choice in sanitation and filtration systems. The reason this decision is so important is because it’s the number one influencing factor on your ongoing monthly pool costs. So, it’s really important to get this right.
If you are existing pool owner; and are weighing up the differences between investing in new technologies consider that upgrading your pool water may cost you less long term and give you more health benefits to align with your busy lifestyle.
When it comes to mineral pools, they are often associated with a hefty price tag; mainly because suppliers blend the mineral with salt, or replace the salt with potassium and bolster the price unnecessarily. However, we have found a clean, healthy and legitimate way to make our mineral pools the most affordable on the market.
What is the cost of a Theralux Complete Mineral Pool?
Theralux’s Complete Mineral Pool systems are proud to be the most natural and cost-effective on the market. Thanks to our leading water treatment technology (Advanced Oxidation Process, AOP) and our special blend of 100% Natural Earth Minerals, we are able to offer an effective, affordable option.
A Theralux mineral pool will not cost you more than an average salt, chlorine, ozone or ionised pool, and you will notice reduced ongoing monthly costs to run it compared to the others. Often, a mineral pool will have a higher upfront cost and be sold as a cheaper long term option due to low running costs. However, it is important to us to make it an accessible option right from the beginning, without having to cut any corners. With our range, it’s less upfront, and less ongoing.
For new pools, we have three packages that suit a variety of budgets and experience choices, ranging from $4000 to $8000.
Can I turn my current pool into a mineral pool? What is the cost?
Existing pools do not need to be bound by your at-purchase decisions; we are able to transform your swimming pool water to mineral with one of six different packages to suit any circumstance, ranging between $220 to $2500. (You can also customise your mineral pool conversion!).
Depending on the mineral pool experience you are after, the upfront cost of your magnesium pool conversion can alter.
In all scenarios, though, your mineral pool will be easier to look after, with healthier, cleaner, more natural and gentle water that reduces running costs.
In every mineral pool conversion, the Theralux 100% Natural Earth Minerals will be added.
Why are mineral pools thought to be so expensive upfront, and ongoing?
Really, it’s just an unfortunate reputation legacy forged by some mineral pool brands not taking the best route to delivering mineral pools to their customers.
There are a variety of mineral blends on the market that are formulated in a way that ends up hitting your wallet. If you find yourself being advised that you only need to add the minerals, without adding a separate bag of sodium, you are likely being tricked into paying far more for your mineral pool upfront, and you’re unlikely to see any reduction in your ongoing monthly costs.
Be careful not to be fooled by claims of new or different minerals, sourced from exotic places; they are generally inflated bags of salt with some magnesium or potassium content.
When looking to opt for a mineral pool or upgrade your current pool to a mineral pool system, contact us today to ensure you’re getting the best quality system at the most affordable price.
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