Saying ‘So Long!’ to Cold Pools with Solar Thermal Heating

In Residential Solar, Solar Advice, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

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Picture this: it’s a beautiful day, the sun is shining, and you’re thinking that it would be great to go for a swim in your pool.

So, you head over to the waters edge and reach down to do a quick temperature check, only to recoil in shock as you realize how cold the pool is! There’s no way you would enjoy a dip in that frigid water!

The good news is that this situation can be avoided by making use of the unlimited, natural, thermal energy provided to us by the sun.

Striking the Perfect Balance

For most pool owners, the swimming experience is optimal when the temperature of the pool is between 77 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit. However—especially during the cooler months—this temperature range doesn’t always maintain itself.

…which is where a solar-powered pool heating system from manufacturers like Hi-Tec and iSwim can make a world of difference.

These systems rely on modern automation technology to intelligently monitor the temperature of your pool, using solar-heated collector arrays to warm the pool naturally, without running up your electricity bill in the process.

All you have to do is tell the system controller what temperature you want your pool kept at, and then let the advanced engineering take it from there.

A properly installed solar-powered pool heating system means you don’t have to roll the dice when you feel like going for a swim. Instead, you can look forward to a pleasant, refreshing swim every time, all thanks to the sun (and modern technology, of course)!

How to Get Started

If you’re wondering how feasible a solar-heated pool is for you, your local LeverEdge dealer can help!

To get started, head over to our Contact Page, complete the form, and a local representative will be in touch with you shortly to answer your questions and discuss your options.

With solar-heated pool systems from the LeverEdge, a warmer, more enjoyable pool is within your reach!

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