As natural pools mimic nature, they are subject to changes during the seasons. This is also a reason why they are always a feast for the eyes. Regular maintenance is required for them to remain beautiful and clean, however. Biotop provides support for all necessary maintenance work, e.g. preparations for winter or spring.
To schedule a maintenance visit from an expert, please contact your local Biotop partner.
We offer special workshops during teaching you how to remove silt or cut the plants, and our individually designed spring and autumn brochures summarize the most important tasks. Our all-new service videos contain further useful tips and instructions.
Our service videos provide step-by-step instructions for the spring and autumn maintenance tasks for your Natural Pool or Living Pool.
Every three to five years, a full service should be performed on your natural pool. Particular attention is paid to the regeneration area in this service.
In spring and autumn, the pool walls and floor should be brushed and vacuumed using a silt vacuum. Dead wetland and water plants should be removed and the remaining plants cut back.
Emptying & rinsing the regeneration area
Brushing & vacuuming
You can order these and similar products at your local Biotop partner:
Biotop Natural Pool-care kit
Biotop Underwater scythe
Biotop Rake with stainless steel adapter for telescopic pole
Biotop Natural pool-sludge suction cleaner kit
Biotop Fertilizer tablets for water lilies
Biotop Fertilizing lance
Biotop Fertilizer for water plants (bucket of 5 kg)
Biotop Algae stop (Algenstopp) powder
The digital Service Brochure summarizes the most important maintenance task and explains how to use our pool care tools. If you would like to schedule a maintenance visit for your pool, please contact your local Biotop Partner.
The reed plants should be cut back in spring. The water plants can be fertilized regularly starting in April. Water lilies can be fertilized using the Biotop fertilizer lance.
A certain amount of algae build-up is part of a natural pool’s annual cycle. There are many environment-friendly ways of counteracting this algae growth.
To maintain the water quality, as few leaves as possible should be allowed to fall into the pool. A leaf protection provides efficient prevention.
Prepare your Natural Pool or Living-pool for winter in time and enjoy the beauty of a frozen pool surface.