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Pool Heaters & Heat Pumps
The perfect pool is neither too hot nor too cold. A comfortable and enjoyable 77-85 degrees provides the optimal experience. However, depending on where you live and your climate, keeping a continuous temperature throughout the summer or even all year requires heating your pool.
A pool heater or a pool heat pump are the most common heating solutions that allow you to extend your swimming season. Both enable energy-efficient heating for every budget, and there are various factors to consider when determining the best heating solution for your pool.
HEAT PUMP VS. GAS HEAT
An advantage of having a gas heater is that they heat your pool or spa faster than a heat pump. Gas pool heaters perform well in any climate, allowing you to quickly heat your pool and spa even when it’s cold out.
Gas heaters come in different sizes for your pool. Your pool professional can help you determine which size gas pool heater is appropriate for you.
A pool heat pump transfers heat from the air into your pool water. They are extremely energy-efficient to operate, and while they are commonly used in warmer, more humid climates, other factors could make them an effective heating solution in different environments and situations.
As mentioned earlier, a pool professional has the experience to let you know if a heat pump makes sense. Typical factors they consider when assessing your situation include:
- If you live in an area that has no reliable access to natural gas
- If you live in an area that has high gas prices
- If you live in an area that has low electricity costs
- If you have access to solar electricity