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Do Pool Covers Help With Heating Your Pool?

08
Nov
Air source heat pumps offer one of the most economical ways of heating your swimming pools. The heat pump does not require any heating element such as gas or oil, instead using a minimal amount of electricity in the process.

How does a pool cover help further economise the costs?

If you have a heat pump installed for your own swimming pool, it is always better to consider a pool cover. They are practical and can help avoid pool water heat loss. Pool covers are effective, especially at night, and can help save a considerable amount of energy. This works by reducing evaporation, which typically leads to loss of heat energy. Evaporation becomes all the more prevalent on cooler nights, as the humidity levels drop and the air absorbs moisture and heat easily from the pool water. Without a pool cover you might even require a heat pump with higher heating capacity.

If you have a large-scale swimming pool, Eco House air source heat pumps are the most efficient way to keep the water at an optimum temperature without the need to splash out on expensive heating solutions which use damaging fossil fuels. We offer a comprehensive range of green energy solutions suitable for a wide range of applications. Get in touch with our friendly team today for more information.
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