If you're looking for a way to make your pool or spa more comfortable during the cooler months, we have pool and spa heating solutions that will accommodate your requirements for space, budget, and ongoing energy costs.
If you have a pool or spa heating system that is not operating correctly, we can service and repair all major brands of gas, electric and solar pool heaters.
To know which pool heater is the right for you it’s necessary to identify what you will be heating. How large is your pool? Do you also have a spa? Does the pool AND spa share the same water? These are all factors we take into account when advising on the repair and replacement of a pool heating system.
The next factor is the heating source. Does your home have propane or natural gas? Is your electrical service adequate to provide enough power? Do you have roof space for solar panels?
The final factor is how you will use your pool during cold months. Will you use it every day? Do you use your pool or spa at the spur of a moment or do you plan your use days in advance? Is your pool used by anyone other than the homeowner? Knowing the answers to these questions and others will help us provide you with a pool heating system that meets your needs in a dependable and efficient manner.
Whether you’re looking for a gas pool heater, and electric heat pump pool heater, or solar pool heater, we have solutions that will accommodate your requirements for space, ongoing energy costs, and upfront installation costs.
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Gas pool heaters typically heat faster and heat hotter than either heat pumps or solar heater installations for residential pools. Gas heater BTU output typically ranges from 250,000 BTUs to 400,000 BTUs or 2 to 3 times the max BTU output of a residential heat pump. They also can operate in nearly any temperature range that Florida is exposed to, enabling homeowners to heat their spa or pool to their desired temperature regardless of the ambient air temperature.
Solar pool heaters are by far the least expensive to operate on an ongoing basis. Their energy cost is $0 per month. They do however incur costs on installation, maintenance/repairs and they do require attachments to roofs which can introduce potential roof leaks and their associated repair costs, or the installation of rail systems on land taking up large areas of yards. Additionally, leaking solar heater panels can drain pools if no one is home to observe a leak in progress.