Pool heat pumps are one of the most energy efficient and cost effective pool heating solutions on the market. And they might be exactly what your swimming pool is missing.
Thankfully, you can learn all about them here.
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- Certified low-temperature performance for longer swim seasons
- Energy efficient heating at 75% less than gas
- Adaptive HEATING & COOLING for all climates
- Self-diagnosing, easy-to-use control board for stress-free operation
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Common Pool Heat Pump Questions & Answers
How much electricity does a swimming pool heat pump use?
Pool heat pumps use about $50-$100 worth of electricity a month. Compare that to gas and electric heaters at over $300 a month, and it’s easy to see why pool heat pumps are praised for their energy efficiency.
How much is a swimming pool heat pump?
Most swimming pool heat pumps are in the range of $3,000 to $5,000. The cost depends mostly on size, features, and installation time.
How much does it cost to put a heater in a pool?
It typically costs pool owners $1,000 to $5,000 to put a heater in a pool. The final cost depends heavily on the type of pool heater (heat pump, gas, electric, solar) being installed, and it’s size.
What size heat pump do I need for my swimming pool?
For pools in the 10,000 – 15,000 gallons, a 85,000 BTU pool heat pump is ideal. But for the highest possible energy efficiency, climate and exact pool size must be considered.
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Resources for Pool Heating
Have you ever wondered how a gas pool heater works, or how solar heaters produce heat?
What makes pool heat pumps so energy efficient, or even how to size a pool heater?
Look no further. These resources have the answers: