How to Heat a Pool

Who said pools are only for the summer? Today, most swimming pools can be heated so that they can be enjoyed throughout the year. Likewise, heating a swimming pool can allow us to increase the temperature of the water if even in summer it is too cold.

For the air conditioning to be correct, various factors must be taken into account, such as the pool’s size, whether it is covered or uncovered, the climate of the area, etc. In this article, we explain what you should know about how to heat a pool.

Steps to follow:

Step One

In the first place, it should be noted that a swimming pool is considered heated when the water temperature is around 27-28ºC, so that installation and infrastructures are needed to achieve and maintain this temperature.

Read also: Tips for Cleaning a Swimming Pool.

Step Two

In this way, it will be different from air-conditioning one that is covered than one that is not, since the maintenance of the temperature will have a great influence. The installation of covers in the pool does not guarantee the heating of the pool, but it will be a way to guarantee that the water remains at the desired temperature, which will be achieved through heating systems.

There are different types of covers from which we can choose the one that best suits our pool. They can be fixed or mobile, made of different materials, higher or lower, etc. In addition to helping the water temperature not drop, the covers will also prevent the water from evaporating. When choosing one cover or another, it will depend a lot on the characteristics of our space and the budget that we are going to allocate.

Step Four

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Regarding the heating system that we can install to heat a pool, we find:

  • Heat pumps: these are devices that heat the water and also distribute this heat throughout the pool.
  • Solar panels: Installing panels that capture solar energy can also help us heat water. It is a renewable energy that, after installation, does not produce consumption, but it should be noted that it is permanently dependent on weather conditions.
  • Electric heaters: Electric energy can also be used to heat the water that passes through the heater.
Sources: Uncomo