Top 5 Reasons to Heat Your Pool

Just because the temperature drops, doesn’t mean you can’t use your pool. With the right heating equipment, you can use your pool all year round. Here’s our top five reasons to heat your pool during the cooler months:

Health Benefits

Swimming is a great form of exercise, and what could be more enjoyable than doing laps or partaking in water aerobics in a warm pool. What’s more, for those with joint problems or injuries, swimming provides a low-impact alternative that is gentle on the body.

Woman in Heated Pool

Solar Equipment

Heating your pool doesn’t have to cost the Earth. Solar heating is a great alternative that is not only eco-friendly but also cost-effective to run. It is becoming increasingly popular due to these advantages and also due to its extended lifespan compared to gas or electric heaters.

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Property Value

A pool can add value to your home, and a heated pool even more so. Why? Because buyers would be more inclined to purchase a pool which they can use all year round. Given that a house (and pool) is such a large investment, it makes sense that you would want to use all the facilities that come with the property at any time you choose.

Value Increase Chart

Improved Comfort

Enjoy your investment all year round with a heated pool, which will be inviting addition for the whole family. Have the hottest pool on the block, entertaining friend while the kids enjoy swimming in diving the warm water!

Inverter Technology

Inverter technology means you can control your heating on the go with the touch of a button! This system includes a WiFi module, allowing you to control the pool’s heating from your smartphone. What’s more, inverter technology is extremely cost efficient with the highest COP (coefficient of performance) compared to other heaters in the market. This means you can dive into the pool quicker to water that remains at a consistent temperature.

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