Few Ways to Reduce Your Costs by Installing A Solar Pool Heating System

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There are several ways that you can reduce operating and maintenance costs, lower water consumption, and conserve heat if you heat your pool. Solar pool heaters are an option to heat the pool with “clean” energy from the sun, and can reduce heating costs.
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  • 1. In the winters and colder days, you require the help of a heating system that will assist you to get the maximum from your pool; however, the operating costs could be high. Fortunately, there are various ways through which you can reduce your pool’s heating cost by maintaining it warm enough so that you can enjoy your pool all round the year. Set up wind blocks The wind causes about 50% of heat loss in a swimming pool. You can reduce the heat loss by setting up hedges, fences and other landscaping structures all around your pool to protect it from existing winds. You can lower the wind exposure by blocking at least one side of your pool. This has another
  • 2. advantage also of improving your pool’s privacy from prying eyes. Connect your current heater with solar heating Why should your electric or gas heater do all the work when it can rest on hotter days and allow a solar pool heater to do the job. In brief, a solar pool heater uses collectors placed on your roof, as the thermostat senses the sun’s temperature; water is pumped up through the collectors and back to the pool. Make use of a solar pool cover when you aren’t using your pool
  • 3. When compared to a regular pool cover, a solar blanket or pool’s blanket works more efficiently. It will protect your pool from rubbish and it will avoid heat loss through evaporation by acting as a blockade between the air and the water. Furthermore, it can reduce your pool’s heating cost around seventy percent. When you use a solar pool cover, it will also facilitate you to extend your swimming season as well as help you to keep your heating costs manageable. When you aren’t using the heater, operate the heat pump To keep the pool’s water temperature stable, operating the heat pump will help. On the other hand, inactive warm water rises to the top while colder water goes down to the bottom. Due to which, a great deal of heat is lost at the surface and so your heater has to labour harder to keep the temperature at the preferred levels. The above-mentioned recommendations will help you to reduce your spending for achieving a suitably heated swimming pool. Solar pool heating is environment-friendly and cost-effective; they need very little maintenance and can keep your pool warm all through the year.
  • 4. Thermo Pools is a premier company that supplies heat pumps, thermotube system, pool equipment and solar pool heating in Sydney. All our products are completely Australian made and so they are robust and durable. ---------------------------------------------------------------------XXX---------------------------------------------------------------- Also Read Below blog to know about Solar Pool Heating System: Solar Pool Heater – A Simple Buying Guide Go The Solar Way By Harnessing The Energy Obtained From The Sun Choosing The Right Pool Heating System: Must Knows How Do You Keep The Pool Water Warm In Autumn? To contact us, request a quotation visit a site or one of our technical consultants call 02 8850 4030 or email: info@thermopools.com.au Thermo Pools, 14/322 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill, NSW, 2155 Head Office 02 8850 4030 | South 02 9545 5230 | Hills & West 02 9659 8840 www.thermopools.com.au
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