Why And How You Should Heat Your Pool

Why And How You Should Heat Your PoolWithout a pool heater, homeowners are limited to when and how often they can use it. But if you heat your pool, you can benefit in several ways, including perhaps the most significant one: increasing your return on investment.

Why you should heat your pool

With a comfortably heated pool, you and your family can enjoy your pool regardless of cooler temperatures. Not only will a pool heater let you use — and enjoy — your pool during early spring and fall when temperatures drop, but you can extend pool hours into the evening and early morning, when it’s harder to tolerate cooler temperatures.

Many health experts encourage the use of a heated pool not only for exercise purposes, but for therapeutic ones as well. When you heat your pool, you’ll ensure that you and your family members exercise more often simply because you won’t be prevented from accessing the pool during cooler seasons and times of day. A heated pool is optimal for younger children and the elderly, as they are more prone to losing body heat in a chilly pool.

Use an efficient pool heater

With the need to heat your pool clear, the next question is what’s the best option for heating the pool? Heat pumps have become the go-to heating system for pool heating for several reasons: They operate efficiently through all of Florida’s seasons, sourcing heat in the air when temperatures are above 30 degrees or so. And they don’t consume a lot of energy, particularly compared to a gas-powered system; they only require energy to power the pump to move the heat.

With the expert help of the professionals at Symbiont Service Corp., you can boost your investment in your pool incrementally. If you need to heat your pool, contact us today for more information about the whys and hows of pool heating and geothermal systems. We’ve proudly served homeowners, business, aquatic parks, condominium associations and schools across the state of Florida since the 1980s.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Englewood, Florida and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).  For more information about heating your pool and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.

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