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What are efficient ways to heat swimming pool water?

What are efficient ways to heat swimming pool water? Symbiont Service Corp. professionals answer 

There are many ways in which to heat the water in your swimming pool. The geothermal professionals from Symbiont Service Corp. regularly get asked, “what are efficient ways to heat swimming pool water?” One of the best ways is by using a heat pumps. This piece of equipment provides an energy-efficient way to keep the pool water warm. The way a pool water heat pump works is that it utilizes electricity to transfer heat from the area surrounding the pump aka the ambient air, through the device and then transfers it into the pool water. Rather than generating heat, as most other models do, the use of the ambient air to heat the pool water is a more energy efficient way to extend your pool swim season.

To maximize energy savings, you will want to work with your pool heating professional to make certain you are investing in the proper size equipment for your unique swimming pool. Read More »

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The GeoThermal System’s Indoor Portion: What It Involves

The GeoThermal System's Indoor Portion: What It InvolvesA geothermal heating and cooling system consists of an indoor and an outdoor portion, both of which are vital to the system’s function. The basic structure of a water-source geothermal system requires an outdoor system of pipes, often referred to as the water loop, placed in a well, aquifer, lake or other water source at a depth where the water retains a consistent year-round temperature. Ground-source heat pumps use a similar loop system buried at a distance beneath the surface where the temperature stays about 50 degrees all year long. Read More »

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Your Home’s Geothermal Heat Pump May Qualify For A Tax Credit

Your Home’s Geothermal Heat Pump May Qualify For A Tax CreditThere’s good news for homeowners installing a GeoThermal heat pump for heating and cooling their homes: Federal tax credits are available through the year 2016, and they’re generous. In fact, if you’re set to install a GeoThermal heat pump, you’d be foolish not to take advantage of them. Read More »

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The Expertise Of Your Geothermal Installer Will Dictate System Performance — And ROI

The Expertise Of Your Geothermal Installer Will Dictate System Performance -- And ROIIf you’re considering a geothermal air conditioning or pool heating system for your Florida home, it’s important you turn to a professional geothermal installer. A geothermal system is an extremely energy efficient, environmentally-friendly choice that will give you years of reliable service at an economical cost. They are technically complex, however, and should not be considered a project that can be undertaken without an in-depth knowledge of HVAC and geothermal principles.  Read More »

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How To Get The Most From Your Geothermal System

How To Get The Most From Your Geothermal SystemGeothermal systems are an ideal choice for heating and cooling your home or business. Across the country, the temperature below the ground hovers between 45 and 75 degrees, and geothermal systems take advantage of this untapped source of energy directly beneath your building. Read More »

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Geothermal Systems: Frequently Asked Questions

Geothermal Systems: Frequently Asked QuestionsGeothermal systems have been getting more and more attention in recent years as a boon for the environment, as well as providing a cost-effective way of heating and cooling your home. But many homeowners have questions about the technology that powers these systems, so if you are interested in geothermal heating and cooling, you should take the time to educate yourself.
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Geothermal Systems: Get The Facts, And Get One Step Closer To A ‘Green’ Building Or Pool

Geothermal Systems: Get The Facts, And Get One Step Closer To A 'Green' Building Or PoolIf you or your condo association are assessing ways to reduce your carbon footprint, chances are you are considering a geothermal heating and cooling system as a way to become more energy efficient and save money.
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Geothermal Heating And Cooling Optimal In Residential, Commercial Applications

Geothermal Heating And Cooling Optimal In Residential, Commercial ApplicationsFor new construction, or retrofitting, geothermal heating and cooling is the option of choice for high energy efficiency, system longevity, quiet operation, ease of maintenance and federal tax incentives. Read More »

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Geothermal FAQ: Industry Experts Give You Everything You Need To Know

Geothermal FAQ: Industry Experts Give You Everything You Need To Know Of all the kinds of pool heating that exist, GeoThermal is the most energy efficient and conserves natural resources. If you are interested in this kind of aquatic heating, read through these geothermal FAQs to learn the basics. Using GeoThermal resources for pool heating offers significant advantages over electrical, gas or solar pool heating. Read More »

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A Geothermal Pool Heater Can Save Aquatic Parks Thousands Of Dollars In Annual Operating Costs

If you operate an aquatic park or public swimming pool, you should acquaint yourself with geothermal pool heating technology. Drawing on the latent heat below the surface of the Earth, a geothermal pool heater provides effective temperature control for far less energy — which could translate into major savings on your annual operation costs. Read More »

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