Solar Pool Heating
Swim Into Savings with Solar Pool Heating
Do you want to get more use out of your pool, regardless of the season without paying a fortune? Say goodbye to expensive electric bills and dive into more fun-filled memories with solar pool heating.
The three options for heating your pool are electric, gas, and solar. Gas and electric have the benefit of keeping your water temperature consistent, but the downside is that they are much more expensive because they constantly use energy supplied by your utility company to heat your pool. Solar pool heating is the only one guaranteed to save you money.
Reasons to Switch to Solar Pool Heating
Savings that Last
Because you only pay for the installation and parts, solar pool heaters easily pay for themselves over time. Let the sun do the work for you.
Solar pool heaters are made to last. Because they lack any of the intricate components used in gas or electric pool heaters, they can last 15 to 20 years.
The only energy needed in a solar pool heater is for the pump to move the water to the solar heater. The sun takes care of the rest leaving you with a quieter and cleaner way to heat your pool throughout the year.
Increase Value of Your Home
Having a solar pool heater adds value to your home because of all these benefits.
Solar pool heaters have been warming Florida pools since the 1970s.
Find out how much money you can save with our Solar Calculator
How Solar Pool Heating Works
Solar pool heating is a simple process that can quickly keep your pool warm all year. It uses the following low-maintenance components.
- a filter to screen out debris
- a pump that moves the water to the roof for heating
- a solar collector that rests on top of your roof (essentially a collection of UV sensitive, black hoses that absorb sunlight to heat the water)
- a pool return valve that controls the flow of hot water back into your pool
It’s a simple, low maintenance system that allows you to enjoy your pool worry-free throughout the year.
Our team is ready to help answer any questions you may have.
We even offer a free, no-obligation consultation.