Advantages of Air Source Heat Pumps for Swimming Pool Heating

Having a swimming pool at home is convenient and fun. However, it can be costly to keep the pool at the right temperature, especially during the winter months. That doesn’t mean you have to go without, though. If you are in need of an environmentally friendly swimming pool heating system, an air source heat pump is the perfect solution.
Three of the main advantages of using an air source heat pump are:
1.  Saves Money in the Long Term
If you have a pool in your house, owning a heat pump is one of the least expensive ways to keep it maintained through all 12 months of the year and you will recoup the initial outlay via energy savings in no time.
2.  Does Not Cause Pollution
Since air source heat pumps transfers warmth from the surrounding areas to heat up the water, it doesn’t produce the harmful emissions that many other types of heating do.
3.  Long Lasting
You will not need to replace your heat pump any time soon. If used and maintained correctly, a heat pump will continue performing optimally for at least 15-20 years.
To ensure your heat pump delivers maximum efficiency when it comes to heating your swimming pool, it is important to keep the pool covered when not in use, especially overnight. The cost effectiveness of the system can also be further enhanced by considering options such as solar power to generate the small amount of electricity that is required to power the system.
Heat pumps are becoming a very popular heating solution for many homeowners and businesses, not just for swimming pools but to meet all their central heating and water heating needs. If you are interested in an effective, environmentally friendly heating system, get in touch with us today to discuss the advantages of an air source heat pump.

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