While some people don’t mind swimming in chilling cold water, there are many more who prefer warm pools. When you have a swimming pool in your home, you know for sure that using a pool heater will consume a lot of energy. And so many homeowners just prefer swimming in the summer so they can use whatever heat they can get from the sun. Thankfully, there’s a more energy efficient option — choose a solar swimming pool heater.
A solar pool heating system uses solar power to heat up an entire pool. Even if you have a very large swimming pool, these heaters are powerful enough to keep the water warm all year round. What’s great about these solar swimming pool heaters is that it uses free energy coming from the sun. This means you don’t have to pay for hefty energy bills even when you use the pool all the time.
Among the many benefits of using a solar swimming pool heater are the following:
Environment-friendly: Since you’re using a heater powered by the sun, you’re essentially using clean energy. This is a great way to help nurture and care for the environment. It also won’t add up to your household’s carbon footprint.
Silent operation: Electric heaters are usually very noisy. Solar pool heating systems are quieter. In fact, it’s as if they’re not even there.
Minimal maintenance: As long as the best quality materials are used and you know for sure you worked with a reliable contractor, your solar swimming pool heater will work efficiently for a long time with little maintenance required.
Lower energy costs: As mentioned, since this kind of heater relies on solar power, it means that it won’t add up to your regular energy bill. That’s going to be a whole lot of savings for you.
If you need a solar swimming pool heater for your home, TEO Solar is ready to help. We work in and around Daytona Beach, Port Orange, Palm Coast, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Bunnell, and nearby communities. Call 386-437-2671 for a free estimate.
1/21/2022 07:23:31 am
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1/21/2022 07:24:36 am
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1/21/2022 07:25:36 am
Electric heaters are usually very noisy. Solar pool heating systems are quieter. In fact, it’s as if they’re not even there.
1/3/2023 08:06:55 am
Thank you for sharing such an insightful article. Hope to read more content just like this in the future.
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