Swimming Pool Heat Pump Heating
A Aqua Heat Swimming Pool Heat Pump uses electricity to operate. They are actually a form of solar heater, as the sun-warmed air contributes to the efficiency of these units. This heat is extracted from the air, upgraded with a compressor, and then transferred to the water.
For those who enjoy swimming regardless of the weather, a Aqua Heat Heat Pump is the best option available. It is also the preferred method for therapy or athletic trainers, and also when a home is not “solar feasible” (i.e. solar panels will not fit on the roof.) A Aqua Heat heat Pump, when properly sized, can maintain any desired pool temperature between 28 and 35 degrees centigrade, regardless of outside weather conditions. A Aqua Heat heat Pump will work when the outside air temperature is above 8 degrees centigrade.
Due to their high efficiency, Aqua Heat Heat Pumps have a low cost of operation.
Why Heat My Pool?
You bought your pool for a number of reasons like family fun, exercise, entertaining and possibly even therapeutic reasons. However you’ve probably found that without heating your pool it’s often too cold to enjoy. Heating your pool will allow you to enjoy it all season, perhaps all year round, thereby increasing the return on your sizable investment
Longevity and Maintenance
Aqua Heat Heat pumps will typically last between 10 to 15 years or more. Because heat pumps are a mechanical device with many moving parts, they require periodic service by an A/C technician.