Electric Pool Heaters
All Temp Solution can repair and replace all electric pool heaters. The most common and popular way to keep a pool warm is to use an electric pool heater also known as a heat pump. Be the popular house on the block with a pool that stays warm all year long. Experts say that the best temperature is between 73-82 degrees. Any warmer will allow for bacteria to flourish which can be harmful to your pool and its occupants. How an electronic pump works is to suck up pool water, heating it up, then releasing it back into the pool. This harmonious process is a beautiful back and forth that will keep your swimming pool warm all year long.
There are other forms of a swimming pool heaters that can be installed, repaired, or replaced by All Temp Solutions. Some air-source heaters can be used to both heat and cool your swimming pool. These heaters are referred to as reverse-cycle heat pumps, or chillers. As its name suggests, a reverse-cycle heat pump cools your swimming pool by reversing its refrigeration cycle. Some air-source heaters are pricier and aren't as reliable as the Electric Pool Heaters. Most experts say Electric Pool Heaters are as reliable as your household refrigerator.
Here are a few things to think about when buying a pool heater:
Taking into consideration the need to conserve energy and to minimize fuel consumption, any unnecessary pool heating should be avoided. Use of your pool for recreation, exercise, therapy or just general enjoyment obviously will require heating it at some point in the year. Your pool won’t contribute to your health or pleasure unless it’s warm enough to swim in comfortably- and when you want to swim. Actually, using your home pool can be far less wasteful of energy and cost you less in fuel than driving to distant resort and vacation areas for away-from-home recreation.
The sun alone usually can’t keep your pool water at that comfort minimum of 73-80 degrees. By having a heater to warm your water you can add substantially to the daily use of your pool-and you can also extend the so-called swimming “season”. From early morning to late evening, even with air temperatures of 65 degrees or lower – if your pool is warm.
Types of heating available: The sun itself, gas-fired, electric, and elaborate solar heating systems. Call us for more details.
Pool heaters are safe as any major heating appliance in your home. Most heaters are equipped with automatic safety pilots or ignition safeguards, pressure regulators, water pressure relief valves, and many other safety features.