Is Your Pool Leaving You In The Dark?
With great pool comes great responsibility. Owning a pool comes with a laundry list of responsibilities from cleaning to proper safety measures, you probably feel you spend more time looking after your pool than you ever do enjoying it. In our previous post we discussed how lighting can help you appreciate your garden at all hours sun or no sun, the pool is no different. Here in Australia we're only too aware of the unrelenting, sweltering nights a pool is certainly not exclusively a day time luxury. Equipping your pool with appropriate lighting will open opportunities to fully utilise the space and transform it into a stunning visual feature at the same time.
When it comes to selecting your lights IP ratings are your key to appropriate pool lighting, of course there are many factors to consider when looking to purchase but IP ratings are by far the best place to start. If you're not familiar with these ratings they are a measure of the lights overall integrity measuring both dust ingression and the level of waterproofing within it's design. IP 68 is the top of the line capable of being completely submerged in water these are ideal for pool lighting because if there's one thing you want to be sure of it's the quality of electronics you're submerging in a large body of water used by your friends and family. Vibe has a range of lights available to fill your pool lighting needs these are high quality fittings that go above waterproofing to ensure longevity and safety. Not only are they waterproof and entirely safe to submerge they are constructed from 316L marine grade stainless steel which will counter all forms of corrosion including salt water. Along with a host of other benefits including LED lights and a variety of mounting options from recessed flush fittings to submersible spotlights.
Shine a little light on to the countless possibilities an illuminated pool can afford you, from relaxing soaks after work to an invaluable source of entertainment at your next gathering, much like moths to a flame your guests will find themselves gravitated towards the light.