A swimming season lasts longer with Pool Heating
A swimming season that lasts longer

Pool Heating

With pool heating, you can swim for a longer period of time.
Depending on when and how you use your pool, you will need one of three types of pool heating systems.
For performance (speed of heating), efficiency (energy consumption vs energy output), and cost (purchase cost and operating cost), we can help you decide what pool heating is best.
When constructing a new pool, it is important either to install or to have provision for pool heating, because this is far easier and more economical than attempting it later.
Heat Pump

A heat pump is like a fridge working in reverse, using free heat extracted from the ambient air and then efficiently transferring it to the water.

Because they ‘extract’ heat from the air it only takes one fifth of the energy to run them as they produce.

A heat pump may produce 6 to 10kW of Heat energy for every 2kW it consumes.

We use and recommend Hot Water Heat Pumps Limited: waterheating.co.nz

Solar Heating

For solar you need roughly 70-100% square meter area of the pool, available on the roof for the panels.

The area needs to be on NW, N, or NE exposure side of your roof. Initial install costs are roughly the same as a heat pump but of course the heat is free thereafter. As sunlight is not always dependable, speed of heating may be slow or non-existent.

We use and recomend this supplier: heliocol.co.nz

Pool Solar Bubble Covers

Remember also that a pool cover is the most energy efficient product for your pool.

A pool cover traps sunlight heat and prevents evaporation. When your pool is not in use, you can help keep it warm by using a cover. 

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