Dip your toe into the perfect temperature
When the pool is just a bit too cold in Melbourne, it can turn you away from using it. And if you swim regularly to stay fit, or just love the pool, that can be more than just a little inconvenient. Contact Pro Pool Services today and we can come and assess the requirements of your pool. From there we can offer the best in terms of solar, electricity and Gas pool heating in Melbourne.
Solar, Gas or electricity: Which should I choose?
There are many factors that determine which pool heating product would be best for your pool. The size of your pool and its location play a part. So too does cost play an important factor into your decision.
If you like your pool heated all year round, gas heaters offer reliable output and they are initially cheaper to install. However, as they depend on the cost of natural gas they do become more expensive in the long run. This is also true for electric heat pumps, which use and are as expensive as the cost of electricity.
Solar pool heating can often be more expensive, requiring solar panels installed on the roof or shed. But being environmentally friendly and using sunlight to heat the water, solar heating lend to far less cost long term.
I want to get Pool heating. What next?
Take a look at the heating Products we know to be reliable all year round. If you’d like a professional opinion give us a call or drop in to our convenient Moorabbin store. We can come out and asses the needs of your pool and determine the best product to keep you swimming, even on the colder days. We also install the system for you, so you don’t have to worry about voiding the warranty through DIY installation.
To make great use of nature’s best heater, many people enjoy the benefits of solar powered heating. This involves a set of solar panels installed on the roof of your home or shed. We can arrange a quote and installation of a solar heating unit suitable for your pool.
Gas Heaters are another option, especially for those who like to use their pool all year round. They are less expensive to install but in the long run, more expensive to run as they depend on the cost of natural gas.
The only difference between a heat pump and a gas heater is its power source. Heat pumps run on electricity if you don’t have a gas line nearby.