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Heat Your Swimming Pool with an Eco Friendly Heat Pump

Pool heat pumps work by transferring heat from one source (usually from the air or ground) and transferring it to pool water. This operation is similar to your home's refrigerator but in reverse.

They are very energy efficient and environmentally friendly because they use less energy than conventional oil, gas or electric heating systems. You can also purchase heat pumps online via

A typical heat pump system will use about 1 kW of electrical energy to produce 5 kW of heat energy by utilizing heat that would otherwise be wasted. For pool owners who install this kind of water heating system means a much-reduced heating bill, a pool that can be used for several months a year and a much lower environmental impact.

Initial expenses may be somewhat greater than for comparable conventional pool heating systems but the reduction in costs of running a heat pump system means that the initial outlay can be very quickly returned. Usually less than five years.

There are many factors to consider before buying a pool heating system including materials used for heating elements (titanium lasts longer but costs more), warranties provided by manufacturers and installers and, most importantly, heating power or system size.

If you are interested in finding out more about using an environmentally friendly heating system for your swimming pool, we recommend that you contact a reputable supplier with extensive knowledge and experience with a heat pump system to determine the most appropriate system for your needs.