There are a number of ways to save money with your swimming pool supplies; however, if you want to save big bucks consider purchasing a pool heater. Swimming pool heat pumps are excellent ways to save money on one of your swimming pool accessories.
More and more families are investing in their own backyard swimming pool. No more going to a public pool when you can dive in your own personal pool. It’s a great way to cool off on a hot day. If you want to reap more benefits from your pool, consider a swimming pool heat pump and extend the length of time you can enjoy your pool each season. The purchase of a good heat pump can give you a month or more of extra swimming enjoyment.
First, be sure of your pool’s measurements and the volume of water your pool holds. You need to purchase the correct size heat pump for your particular pool. If you buy a pool heater that is too small, it won’t heat the water to a comfortable temperature and if you select one that is too big for your pool, you will waste energy.
Heat pumps don’t generate heat; instead, they use electricity to heat the pool water. Pool heat pumps work efficiently when the temperature is somewhere between 45 and 50 degrees.
Have your swimming pool heat pumps correctly installed. It is worth the price to have a professional installer do the job. Ask around and try to get a recommendation from friends or acquaintances. If you can’t get a reliable service recommended; check your phone book for a professional heat pump installer. If the heat pump is correctly installed initially, it will save you money down the road and last for many years.
Care for your pump as recommended by the manufacturer and you will be satisfied with your investment.