Propane pool heaters affordably and reliably heat above-ground and in-ground pools and spas, maintaining your preferred water temperature any time of the year, day or night. Pool owners prefer propane over electric pump heaters and solar heating, and here are the main reasons why.
1. Electric pump heaters use the nearby outdoor air to warm the pool water, so in colder or gloomy weather, they’ll never heat the pool optimally. Conversely, propane heaters burn the propane gas, warming the water from the pool pump and then circulating it back into the pool or spa. So no matter how cold it is outside, you’ll be sure to have a perfectly warmed pool during any season, and any time of day or night.
2. Propane heaters work quickly, bringing the water up to your desired temperature up to four times faster than electric models. Hence, propane pool heat is more efficient and environmentally friendly than electric heat pumps.
3. Propane beats solar heat hands down in dependability. Since the sun is the main component for solar heat, it won’t perform well at night or on overcast days. Using solar to heat your pool will perform even worse on consecutive cloudy days, further decreasing its dependability.
Propane is an abundant fuel that can be delivered on an as-needed basis so your pool can always stay warm, as long as your propane tank stays filled. Using propane to heat your swimming pool extends swim season safely and efficiently. Operating much the same way as a home water heating system, propane pool heaters are easy to install and low in maintenance, making them much more attractive. Bundling a home’s appliances to run on propane provide the best in cost savings, convenience and versatility.
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