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What You Need To Know About Swimming Pool Heaters



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By : Uchenna Ani-Okoye    99 or more times read
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To extend the swimming season after summer has come and gone, many individuals are turning to swimming pool heaters. A heater is great to have, especially with colder days. When you've thought about buying a heater for your swimming pool, there are believably a lot of things that you've found yourself wondering.

When using a pool heater, you can adjust the temperature of your pool water to virtually any level that you are comfortable with. The recommended temperature for a pool is 78 degrees, although most souls prefer to have their water just a bit warmer, around 80 degrees. The choice is up to you, as you can't really go wrong with either of the two.

During the year, the sun can only get your pool water so hot for a somewhat brief period of time. When summer ends and things start to cool off, your heater can assistance you make swimming last longer. When you live in the north, you can actually double your swimming season. Those living in warmer climates, such as Arizona and California can actually triple the amount of swimming by using a heater with their pool.

Even tho' you may be using a swimming pool heater, you should still invest in a swimming pool cover as well. A cover can help to protect against loss of heat from the pool, holding the heat of water inside the pool instead of chartering it out. The fact is, a good cover that has plenty of insulation can actually reduce the amount of heat loss you experience with your water.

There are a few different types of heaters available, whilst gas fired heaters running off LP gas seem to be the most common. Heaters such as this are easily the least valuable to buy, and also the cheapest to run over time. Oil is another way to heat your pool, and it is common in areas that you are unable to purchase gas fired heaters. Other pools choose to run off electricity. Electricity is a great way to heat your pool, although it can easily be the most pricy to run and take the most amount of time to properly maintain.

Last but not least, there's the solar pool heater. Solar heaters may sound like the ideal way to heat a pool for some, simply since it uses the sun to heat, helping to save money. Even though it may sound like the ideal way to heat a pool, it actually has quite a few disadvantages whenever you compare it to other types of heaters. You'll discover one flaw whenever you go to buy one - you'll see that they cost nearly half the amount of your swimming pool!

Even whilst solar powered heaters sound the best, they truly aren't. To get the most out of a solar powered heater you'll need to have large electric pump, which can cost you quite a bit of money. The pump delivers the water from your pool to the solar panels, which will in turn heat up the water. Once you have finished setting up a solar powered heater, you'll have invested thousands in it - which makes it something you should really try to avoid.

In the world of swimming pool heaters, gas fired heaters remain the best and most price efficient ways to heat a swimming pool. These heaters can be found locally, or on the Internet. They won't price you a lot of money to purchase, and they are very user friendly. Even if you are new to pool heaters - you won't have any trouble using your new gas fired pool heater.
Author Resource:- Uchenna Ani-Okoye is an internet marketing advisor

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